WAKE UP! Romantic young couple


… if you can!


Do you feel like life is slipping through your fingers? Are you seeking strength in yet another cup of coffee or an energy drink? It’s time to take control and break free from the vicious cycle of stress.


What if you’re always enthusiastic, but in reality, you’re asleep?

Energized, yet tired?

You’re somehow bursting with energy, but you still feel like life is slipping through your fingers.

Everything is in your life, yet there’s nothing.

The only thing present and real is time. And you don’t have enough of it.

So, you live in constant scarcity.

In stress.

In frustration.

When you’re stressed, there’s hope.

In frustration, hope disappears.

Why does hope vanish?

Because your body and mind have now betrayed you.


Symptoms like listlessness, lack of motivation, persistent exhaustion, fatigue, sleeplessness, lack of strength, muscle pain, waistline expansion, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol appear.


This is called subclinical hypercortisolism or more popularly known as burnout syndrome.


What’s happening to you?

You’ve entered the vicious circle of stress. For some reason, your stress has been going on for a long time. Your adrenal glands are exhausted. Due to their exhaustion, you lack neurotransmitters that boost mood, such as serotonin, dopamine, adrenaline.


On the other hand, cortisol, which has been elevated for weeks or months (years), has now dropped to low levels. So, when you need it in the morning to wake up, it’s not there, and you resort to a cup of black coffee.

And in the evening, when you need rest and recovery, it rises, preventing cells from detoxifying and renewing.


Cortisol is a drug. Okay, a hormone. But a drug that uplifts. It lifts you out of bed in the morning. It lifts you to your feet when you need to flee. It raises your voice when you defend yourself. And in the end, it raises the white flag.

CortisoL is the natural hormone produced by the human body.

CortisoN is the synthetic drug we often use in medicine.


Have you ever wondered why your doctor prescribed HORMONES (corticosteroids) for conditions like eye, ear, sinus, knee, ligament, skin inflammation?

Well, you’re stressed; you have symptoms of stress – a rash, sinusitis, eye inflammation, joint inflammation.

You don’t have joint inflammation; you have stress.

Let’s call things by their real names.

Stress implies a loss of the will to live.

Cortisol is the chemistry that keeps us alive.


Maybe your dermatitis is called lupus or atopic dermatitis or seborrhea (which is popularly said to be as much stress as seborrhea…)… but if you want to wake up, if you want to have enough of your own natural cortisol flowing through your veins, then confront your stress, not your skin.

Measure your cortisol levels in your blood, saliva, urine, hair.

Cortisol should be normal, meaning high in the morning and gradually decreasing throughout the day. Around midnight, it should be very low, allowing cells to regenerate.


People between the ages of 35 and 50 are exposed to the greatest stress and are in the worst psychological condition.

Is that you?

Well, it’s easier now that you know others are the same.

It will be even easier when you realize there’s a remedy.

But the remedy is not overeating, skipping meals, workaholism, but confronting the source of stress.


How will you know what the source of your stress is?

You can only know that when you fully understand yourself.

Self-awareness is the most crucial step on the spiritual path.


Take that step:

Join the workshop “Women’s Mind, Women’s Heart” – discover what causes stress in women.

Women reduce stress by talking, recounting, hugging, socializing. This releases more oxytocin, which gives a sense of calm, love, and security.

In a group, the tangle is easier to unravel.


Take your first step, a step closer to your health. Join us in workshops throughout Croatia: mulier.hr

“Heal naturally, eat healthily, work on yourself – and you will believe in health.” – Dr. Meri Bura

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    Meri Bura, MD
    Meri Bura, MD

    Intoxication, obesity, Thyroid problems, fatigue - require healing for both, souls and bodies. Body healing begins with a change in diet. The soul is healed with professional support and investment in knowledge. "Life is too long to be sick and too short to take too long."

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