Eighteen Overlooked Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue

26 06 2012

This is another good article I came across. Below is a snippet. Please click on the link at the bottom to be taken to the full article. Thanks!

 

(NaturalNews) More and more alternative health practitioners are beginning to recognize how widespread adrenal fatigue (hypoadrenia) is in the general population. In mainstream medicine, doctors refuse to recognize there is a problem with the adrenal glands unless you meet the diagnostic criteria for Addison’s disease (extremely little adrenal function) or Cushing’s disease (hyper adrenal). These diseases together affect less than 2% of the population, but some experts believe that upwards of 80% of the population suffers from some level of adrenal insufficiency. Besides the usual symptoms of overwhelming fatigue and inability to handle stress, the symptoms listed below provide a more complete picture of adrenal fatigue and are often overlooked even by alternative practitioners.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/024985_cortisol_blood_fatigue.html





Recovering from adrenal fatigue: How your body can overcome chronic stress and feel energized again

26 06 2012

I found the below article interesting and made me realize that maybe I am still dealing with adrenal faigute afterall, but maybe to a little lesser degree than before. Check it out:

 

The easy, relaxed lifestyle experienced by our ancestors no longer exists, and we’re not even aware of how much stress we’re under. The problem? “Our lifestyles have changed, but our bodies haven’t,” Dr. James Wilson said in his November lecture at the First Arizona Choices Exposition in Tucson, Ariz. A large portion of our population is feeling tired and stressed out, and we want to know why.

 

The adrenal glands sit over the kidneys, where they play a significant role in the body, secreting more than 50 hormones necessary for life, including epinephrine (adrenaline), cortisol, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), progesterone and testosterone. Since they produce so many essential hormones, theadrenal glands are responsible for many of the functions we need to stay alive and healthy, including:

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Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/019339.html