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Thank you for sharing your question about high cortisol with the EmpowHER community. Many of our members deal with this condition as well.
As a rule of thumb, eating nutritious foods, exercise and getting good sleep is the most helpful way to reduce cortisol levels. I really like this article as it has a lot of information about high cortisol as well as treatment.
You can also check out this link in the EmpowHER community that has some great interaction.
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KristinSeptember 1, 2014 - 12:23pm