Adrenal Fatigue Email Series

Could It Be Adrenal Fatigue?

Have you been tired for seemingly no reason? Do you struggle to get up in the morning? Are you feeling run down or stressed? If the answer is ‘yes’ you may be experiencing adrenal fatigue.

The adrenals are walnut-sized glands located on top of each kidney and are responsible for many essential functions in the body. The adrenal cortex produces hormones including cortisol, DHEA, estrogen, and testosterone.

The adrenal glands are triggered to secrete stress hormones with every challenge to the mind and body. Our body is constantly bombarded with various stressors from environmental toxins to constant worry and nutritional deficiencies from an inadequate diet causing the adrenals to work in overdrive.

Around-the-clock stress results in overworked adrenals leading to poor hormonal regulation. Medical conditions where adrenal fatigue is a likely factor include fibromyalgia, hypothyroidism, chronic fatigue syndrome, and arthritis, just to name a few.

You Have Options

When you’re not feeling well and looking for answers, you probably visit your healthcare provider.

Did you know there are different types of medical interventions available? Conventional medicine is the most common, yet many people also turn to holistic or alternative therapies. Another well-known option is functional medicine.

Functional medicine is a different branch of medicine which aims to provide whole person health care. While conventional medicine treats symptoms, functional medicine considers symptoms in addition to other aspects of health, such as lifestyle and environmental factors, to find the root cause of a condition.

Symptom treatment works for acute illness; however, chronic conditions are better addressed using the functional medicine whole body approach. Adrenal fatigue may not be detected through conventional medicine techniques until the condition is in an advanced state. Our goal is to prevent the progression of diseases by treating it at its onset.

During we will share everything you need to know about adrenal fatigue as well as related health concerns and techniques for managing hormone levels through lifestyle changes.

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Prevention Is The Key To Longevity

When it comes to health, maintaining a state of wellness is always easier than reversing damage from diseases. Prevention is an essential factor for adrenal related conditions in particular. Regarding adrenal fatigue, even though you feel symptoms, you may be told your hormone levels are normal until it’s too late.

Our goal for Adrenal Fatigue Email Series is to provide the information you need to better understand the function of your adrenal glands, the factors that lead to adrenal fatigue, the signs to look out for, and ways to help regulate your hormone levels.

During our upcoming Adrenal Fatigue Email Series, we will explain the fight-or-flight response, adverse effects of chronic stress, and lifestyle fixes. Are you ready to help your body heal naturally? Opt-in now so we can add you to the list!

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