Adrenal fatigue


How to Identify Adrenal Imbalance
07 Apr 2016

How to Identify Adrenal Imbalance

Is your stress level putting your health at risk? Every day, your body is subjected to a wide range of physical and psychological situations that it senses as stressful. Typically, we think of work, finances or relationships when it comes to stress. But the list is much bigger and broader than this. Lack of sleep, dieting and winning the lottery are also stressful! Why? Because all...

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26 Sep 2013

What to do When Your Adrenal Glands are ready to Surrender

Every day, a wide range of physical and psychological stressors — a demanding job, raising a family, relationship dynamics, lack of sleep, financial pressures, suboptimal nutrition, dieting, unresolved emotional distress — signal your adrenal glands to produce stress hormones (adrenaline and cortisol). This is helpful up to a point (because it helps us get our to-do lists done), but when our adrenal glands are required...

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