Dr. Sharon Norling is a nationally known and highly respected medical doctor specializing in integrative medicine and practicing advanced functional medicine in Hendersonville, NC. Dr. Norling graduated from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and has trained at USC and UCLA. She received her MBA from St. Thomas University. Dr. Norling’s expertise is based on her years of clinical experiences, former Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School, and her research. She is national board-certified in OB/GYN, Integrative Medicine and Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Norling combines a credible and responsible academic knowledge with years of experience and a caring nature. Recognized for her expertise, she has testified before the White House Commission on Complementary Alternative Medicine Policy. She has served in multiple leadership roles as Medical Director and senior management in two large healthcare organizations.During her years in health care she has been nurse, medical doctor, hospital administrator, advocate and a dismissed and misdiagnosed patient. Her passion is finding the root cause of illnesses instead of just using a pharmaceutical drug to treat the tip of the iceberg. Hormonal and neurotransmitter balancing is one of her specialties. Dr. Norling is an international speaker and the author of Your Doctor is Wrong. As a presenter, she is engaging, articulate, humorous, and insightful, making learning a dynamic professional and personal growth experience. Whether you have heard her on the radio, seen her on TV or sharing the stage with celebrities, Dr. Norling is the expert. Dr. Norling is a medical authority, a visionary and an extraordinary leader who provides real solutions for patients who have been dismissed or misdiagnosed.

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Dr. Norling’s Insight into Procite-D and Low Dopamine

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

During this interview, Dr. Sharon Norling, a well-known and highly-respected functional medicine doctor, shares her experience with Sanseco’s targeted nutritional formula, Procite-D™ and low dopamine. Dr. Norling is board-certified in OB/GYN, and has a deep interest in integrative medicine and medical acupuncture. Throughout her life, she has worn many hats in the medical world. She […]

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Conquering Brain Fog: You’re in Charge of Your Brain

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

Brain Fog Begone! Do you have brain fog? Are you having difficulty concentrating, remembering names and appointments, and keeping track of your glasses or keys? Are you easily distracted and less focused? Do you feel you are not as sharp or on-the-ball as you once were? Do you worry, “If I am like this now, […]

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The Keys to Healthy Aging: 8 Tips for a Long, Healthy Life

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

Healthy aging is key. Living a long life has been a human obsession since before Ponce de Leon’s 16th century search for the Fountain of Youth. While numerous pills, potions and elixirs have been tried and failed, new longevity research reveals how you can extend your life further and remain healthier longer than you ever […]

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Can testosterone levels influence what kind of a father you are? 

Testosterone: What Dads Need to Know

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

Can testosterone levels influence what kind of a father you are? A good father makes all the difference in a child’s life. He’s a pillar of strength, support and discipline. Being a dad is one of the most important and rewarding responsibilities a man can have. Do you have the right tools? Symptoms to Watch For […]

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Your Thyroid: Here’s What You Need to Know

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

Are you tired, depressed, cold or irritable, and do you experience swollen joints and poor memory? Maybe you are having difficulty losing weight, even though you have tried everything. Do you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, muscle cramps or difficulty swallowing? If so, you need to have your thyroid checked, as these symptoms may […]

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In the Name of Love: Stress, Sex & Hormones

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

Stress & the Sexes When trying to reduce or deal with stress, men release testosterone and women release oxytocin, a pituitary hormone. Ironically, high cortisol levels can interfere with the normal production of both testosterone and oxytocin, hampering men and women from their attempts at stress reduction. Men vs. Women: After Work When men get […]

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