Where this course came from
For years, I was struggling with various health issues. I worked shift work rotating between day shift and night shift every two weeks. I was not able to sleep well with this work schedule and suffered from insomnia. When I was awake I was tired, when I tried to sleep I was awake. Always lacking sleep, I lost my drive and energy. I was moody and tired and struggled dealing with the regular stresses of life. This created friction with my closest relationships. I had constant brain fog. I had regular migraines accompanied with nausea upon waking while on night shift. I experienced restless leg syndrome, the sensation also spread throughout my body, so while trying to sleep I couldn't lay still. I also started seeing changes in my skin like dark spots and skin tags.
I drank too much coffee trying to compensate for my chronic fatigue. I exercised regularly which I thought was healthy but the intense training just added more stress to my already maxed out body. The scariest part for me was my heart problems (who knew they were linked to hormones?) While trying to sleep I would get heart palpitations. My heart beat would be super slow but hard-thumping and very irregular. This is when I decided something needed to change.
Whenever I had health issues, I would always do research and talk to medical professionals, determined to find a solution. Guess what kept coming up as possible cause of my health problems? Right, hormones. Through my research and making changes in my life, starting with improving my sleep, I was able to eliminate the above problems from my life. I found my energy again, and my drive. I noticed I was happy feeling most of the time. I felt like myself again.
I found while doing my research that most information on hormones was geared towards women and not men. That's when I decided to share from my experience and research, and to reach out to help as many men as possible to take back their Mojo.
Disclosure: "The depicted experience is not typical. Your background, education, experience, work ethic may differ. This is used as an example and not a guarantee of success. Individuals do not track the typicality of its student's experiences. Your results may vary."