Hormonal imbalance And Stress Related Illnesses

Hormones are chemical messengers that are released from endocrine glands. These messages communicate to tissues and organs and have a direct effect on growth and development, mood, reproduction and sexual function.

Signs of hormonal imbalance are fatigue, depression, anxiety, irritability, inability to deal with stress, being ‘sensitive”, weight gain in some, body temperature irregularities, poor sleeping patterns, low libido, sweating, cravings and digestive problems.

Most hormonal imbalance comes from a form of stress. Treating stress-related disorders is what Dr.Fox mostly works with via correcting adrenal function, resetting circadian rhythm and correcting hormonal imbalance via acupuncture, herbal medicine, lifestyle changes, diet, and nutritional supplementation.


Lecture Videos – Adrenal And Stress Disorders

Comprehensive Adrenal Health Talk Series – 4 x 1.25-hour videos. This series will help you understand what stress is on a physiological level.

Learn about passive and active stress and how they drive hormonal imbalance and mood disorder. These talks will provide you with an easily accessible scientific explanation of the interconnectedness of the adrenal glands, the nervous system, sex hormones, the digestive system, the immune system, sleep quality, and mood disorder.

This series took four years of research to write and present. You can not go past treating adrenal dysfunction when it comes to health and wellbeing. This talk is for nearly every person on the planet to watch.

$60 AUD.

Sleep Science Lecture And Relaxation/Yoga Nidra

Whilst our bodies are dependent on the rejuvenating effects of quality sleep, nearly half of the Australian adult population report having two or more sleep-related problems. Sleep has been discovered to be so vital for health that shift work is now being considered a carcinogen.

Sleep is an essential biological need. It maintains many physiological processes, including cognition, mood, and tissue repair and affects almost every type of tissue and system in the body – from the brain, heart, and lungs to metabolism, immune function, mood, and disease resistance.

Research shows that a chronic lack of sleep, or getting poor quality sleep, increases the risk of disorders including high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic pain, stroke, cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer’s, depression, and obesity.

This lecture covers the topics of: Circadian Rythum, brain waves frequencies and how they affect deep sleep, what occurs during the stages of sleep, issues with sleep, and how to enhance quality sleep.

1 hour 45 minutes.  $30 AUD.



Stress is one of the major causes of hormonal imbalance, fatigue and mood disorder. Stressors that negatively impact adrenal function such as mental, physical, psycho/ spiritual, nutritional and environmental stress all impact hormonal balance. Other disruptors of the endocrine system are poor diet, nutritional imbalance, insomnia and chemical disruptors such as certain chemicals, plastics and heavy metals.


Dr Fox is a Chinese medical practitioner with training in hormonal balancing and clinical nutritional through ACNEM. Your hormonal balance and ratios will be tested via a range of pathology tests, which will aid in determining the root cause of your imbalance and will indicate where to start in correcting it.
Hormones can be found in excess or deficient states. Where there are symptoms arising from high levels of certain hormones, dampening the “flight and flight” response and clearing the liver and the gut is the main course of action.
Where there are signs of deficiency there may be long-term stress that needs to be dealt with and a new energetic pathway that needs to be corrected. A variety different methods may be used. Treatments for deficient hormone states include herbal medicine, dietary and nutritional supplements which are used to nourish the glands and rebuild hormones.

Common Hormonal Conditions Treated

  • Adrenal fatigue – Moodiness, fatigue, poor sleep patterns and inability to cope with stress that may reflect as depression, anxiety, anger or irritability.
  • Thyroid imbalance – This may be arising as symptoms occurring with the menstrual cycle, fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, depression, apathy or issues with fertility.
  • Immune complaints and autoimmune disorders.
  • Sex hormone imbalance, Menstrual, Menopause, Andropause.