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We’re video chatting with Dr. Andra Campitelli, a leading naturopathic doctor based in Toronto, Canada. As an educator, health specialist, and new mom, Dr. Campitelli is sharing her insight on how to cope with the pandemic.

First, Dr. Campitelli explains that naturopathy is an alternative, preventative medicine based on the theory that diseases can be successfully treated with lifestyle modifications such as diet control, supplements, nutraceuticals, exercise, and more.

Then, stay tuned as she offers suggestions on ways to boost the immune system, eat properly, stress less, and stay healthy. In addition, as social distancing can create psychological issues, staying connected via digital devices is more important now than ever before.

“Connect with family and friends, and manage stress response,” she says. “Implement things that bring your stress down, whether that’s deep breathing or mindfulness. I also use a lot of lavender supplements to reduce stress.”

“The health of our body is really important right now,” she adds. “Make sure your diet is on point and get exercise and movement.”

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