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What You Need to Know about Adrenal Fatigue


All modern diseases including their symptoms are influenced by chronic stress. From PMS, common cold, to an increased risk of developing chronic diseases, such as diabetes and cancer, stress triggers the development and prevents healing of various health concerns. Unless stress is managed well, the impact it brings will override the advantages that nutrition and diet offer to your body's healing.

Adrenal Fatigue: What is it?
Adrenal fatigue is a syndrome that occurs when the functional level of the adrenal gland is below the normal range. When this happens, a set of recognizable signs and symptoms is produced.  Just because adrenal fatigue is not diagnosable, it does not mean that it will not have a profound impact on your health.
As a matter of fact, adrenal fatigue is an early warning sign of increased risk to various conditions and diseases including depression, diabetes, cancer, thyroid disorders, autoimmune disorders, Alzheimer’s, and a lot more.
The great news, however, is that adrenal fatigue is measurable and can be remedied. A trained professional can provide guidance on how to improve lifestyle and diet along with the use of herbal supplements and microcurrent therapy to help you revive your wellness.

What is Modern Stress?
The human body is designed to survive and thrive in stressful cases such as calamities, financial crises, unemployment, and other tasking problems. But in today's industrialized world, we are constantly exposed to stresses throughout the day. These stresses may stem from congested traffic, complying with work deadlines, relationship glitches, parenting issues, taxes, bills, phone calls, emails, text messages, and even social media alerts.
Then there are also stresses that do not regularly feel stressful, but they add to our stress levels in subtle ways. These include lack of exercise, sitting all day, skipping breakfast, overtraining, staying up late to watch your favorite TV episode, or exposure to artificial light.
When the condition of stress is prolonged, the cortisol level is sustained at greater than normal levels for a long period of time. When there is intense emotion or situations that evoke strong responses, the adrenals eventually fail to keep up with the demands for production of cortisol, thus leading to adrenal fatigue.

What does adrenal fatigue look like in the human body?
Adrenal fatigue due to the destruction in cortisol production may develop if a person goes through a major illness or an extreme trauma, but in a lot of cases, adrenal fatigue appears gradually over years of chronic stressors, wrong food choices, and life's up and downs.

How does it feel to have adrenal fatigue?
People suffering from adrenal fatigue often live normal lives. They do things they usually do and may not show signs of chronic physical illness. However, they usually feel less than perfect wellness, fatigue, or a sort of flat tone to what used to be their vibrant lives.
These individuals use stimulants, such as coffee to get them going every morning, and even throughout the day. In more advanced cases, people may feel so tired that getting out of bed is quite a bit of a challenge.

Signs of Adrenal Fatigue

  • An increased risk to infections flu and colds
  • Worsening PMS
  • Difficulty staying asleep or falling asleep
  • Muscles and joints pain
  • Easy bruising
  • Hypoglycemia between meals
  • Feeling fatigue particularly if you wake up one thing to get back to bed or wanting to snack or not between 3 to 5 p.m.
  • Craving for salty and sweet snacks
  • High or low blood pressure

Things that you can do to manage adrenal fatigue:
1. Manage your emotions well.
While we do not always have control over the circumstances that happen in our life, we have power over how we respond and perceived events. This is more significant than the situation itself in terms of its influence on our physiology.
The way we perceive events determines our mental and emotional response. This leads to changes in our nervous system and heart rate, which influences our hormonal response. The manner we respond to situations determines if we have abnormal or normal physiological effects, for instance, if we find ourselves in a big fight with our partner, we may experience the symptoms of cold the following day. The stress acts by suppressing the immune function.
There will always be a time when we experience intense emotions. Just like the sun behind the drifting clouds, our emotions can pass through and reflect on our child's wellbeing. This is different from the habitual emotional distress or endless mental chatter we experience in the form of self-criticism, worry, doubt, joy, love, sadness, and unexpressed anger.
One of the most effective ways to take control of stress is to manage unresolved emotional issues with a counselor, a therapist, or a coach, or to learn novel tools to resolve conflicts and to effectively relate to different stressor day in and out.
2. Eat a well-balanced diet
To ensure a well-balanced diet, the following guidelines are an ideal place to start.
a. Drink lots of water.             A good goal of water to consume is 50% of the body weight in pounds.
b. Sit down when eating.
c. Reduce caffeine consumption.
d. Consume just the adequate amount of blood sugar. This means:

  • Have breakfast 30 minutes upon waking up.
  • Avoid eating carbs alone.

e. Have a healthy snack.
3. Control long-term inflammation
a. Avoid food triggers
b. Get assistance for chronic pain
c. Diagnose and manage gut infections
4. Supplement wisely
            The most ideal adrenal repair programs are tailored to your hormone levels on your test results. Nevertheless, there are nutrients that are vital to adrenal repair, and herbal allies that are immensely helpful, safe, and available to use. A mineral or multivitamin is an excellent supplement to start, as the adrenals has lots of absorption issues and just are not achieving the nutrition from foods.

 

Conclusion

Adrenal fatigue is reversible through lifestyle modification and eating a well-balanced nutrition. TimeWaver’s microcurrent therapy is also an excellent modality to reverse adrenal fatigue. 


   
 
 
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