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2018 Adrenal fatigue solution

ADRENAL FATIGUE – WHAT IS IT? On a basic level, adrenal fatigue (sometimes called suprarenal insufficiency) is a condition that occurs when the adrenal glands fail to meet the demands placed on them and occurs after a period of excessive stress.


Reduced energy, mental function, libido, hypoglycemia, poor sleep patterns and difficulty losing weight are typical of those who suffer and, although there are no official figures, I estimate that adrenal fatigue affects 1 in 10 of my clients in varying degrees. Why didn't you hear about him? More than seven decades after Hans Sale began to identify an autonomous reaction of the adrenal glands to external stressors, adrenal problems are still largely ignored by the pharmaceutical industry. Unlike thyroid conditions, which are treatable with several combinations of T3 and T4 replacements that have been developed and patented, there have been no equivalent drugs that can restore adrenal function to its natural level. In a nutshell, there is no benefit for pharmaceutical companies. What is more, as the pharmaceutical giants are the biggest contributors to the costs of educating new physicians, adrenal fatigue remains destined to remain omitted from the agenda for the foreseeable future. The function of the adrenal glands is a complicated science. There are a number of important substances secreted by these pyramid-shaped glands, which include aldosterone by the adrenal cortex (which affects body hydration), adrenaline from the adrenal medulla (responsible for energy and the state of Alert). However, most diagnostic centers of adrenal fatigue throughout the steroid cortical are easier to measure hormones and DHEA, produced in the adrenal cortex. These hormones should get up in the morning to wake a person and then progressively fall from mid-afternoon to allow them to relax and sleep. They work together to balance your decision making, your energy levels, your blood sugar, the immune system function, the sex hormones and almost every system you care to mention. Because cortical has important effects on the immune system and blood sugar levels, and because DHEA is the base substance from which the body produces estrogen and testosterone, the effects of adrenal imbalance can be difficult to Define and categorize.


It is the medical point of view that adrenal function is presented in only three flavors, normal Cushing's disease, of (extreme excess both cortical and DHEA) and Addison's disease (extreme, life-threatening deficiency, both cortical and DHEA). The reality is that adrenal dysfunction does not respect the textbooks they try to compartmentalize. Cortical and DHEA sometimes not too much go up and down together, but this is rarely the case, within the different tissues of the adrenal glands can fatigue at a different rate, so there is no reliable way to recognize. This is why the adrenal medulla (responsible for releasing adrenaline) can still be more active, while the adrenal cortex (responsible for releasing cortical and DHEA) is far inferior to active. So how does this happen? First of all, adrenal fatigue is a consequence of the external environment and one of response to it. This refers especially to the response to stress. When a stressful situation is detected (formerly capturing a look from a larking predator, it is currently being cut off by an oversight of the driver SUV or receiving a rough email from a coworker), the brain sends a A hormone called ACTH to the adrenal glands, which stimulates the secretion of adrenaline, followed by cortical and DHEA. This system increases agility, increases heart rate and generally prepares the body for action. It is the ' fight or flight ' of reaction. This reaction works well unless it is activated too often. If this is the case, the reaction becomes exaggerated. The adrenal glands on the release of adrenaline, cortical and then, every time you get a signal from the brain. This is the adrenal fatigue stage one of them, and almost all of us enter this at several points during periods of stress, like a week of prolonged and consecutive stress. This would typically result in more fatigue at the end of each day, becoming nervous quickly, and stirring easily by loud noises. The affected people remain fully functional and, as long as the stressors are eliminated, the adrenal function reliably returns to normal. However, if it is not, an individual introduces the second stage. It is characterized by a constant excess secretion of stress hormones, especially cortical – the voltage switches permanently chasqueadas to the ' ON ' position. Although still able to function in the working world, people in this state are often tense, forgetting, without motivation, constantly suffering from colds, have wounds or ulcers that heal slowly, may have difficulty Digest the food and you will notice an increase in blood pressure and body fat (especially around the abdomen). The higher stress hormones will keep the body alert later in the evening, and usually these people will take a lot longer to fall asleep, despite how tired they feel. To overcome this response, now rooted in the adrenal glands, a total elimination of stress factors should be maintained to allow hormonal secretions to slowly return to ideal levels. If stress factors are not removed, then the individual will inevitably move into the third phase of adrenal fatigue. This could take weeks, months, or even years, but this is defined by a strong drop in the secretion of adrenal hormones. Tissues that is responsible for their manufacture ' burn ' by sustained overuse. While more often than not is the production of cortical that is carried out, DHEA levels can also collapse in this way (greater confusion, this mimics an accident in cortical). An excess of stress hormones seriously will drain anyone's resources,


however, since they are essential to the production of energy, a deficiency leaves an even more tired person. "Death in heat" is often a statement used by customers in this state. Blood pressure also decreased in most cases, allergic reactions can occur more often, and salt cravings are likely. Overworked tissues responsible for the production of stress hormones cannot keep pace with the requirement, which sees cortical (or DHEA) levels are kept low throughout the day damaging. Often, these tissues are compensated with overworking of low performance by continuing to release the stress hormones well into the night. This creates a paradox in which an individual cannot invoke enough energy to function properly during the day; however, he cannot sleep at night. Instead of having taken a healthy response, tissues are now incapable of performing their function, which is naturally a more serious condition. The good news is that it is possible to completely restore functional and healthy adrenal function. In theory, it is a simple case of resting the damaged tissues so that they can heal – this means reducing the load placed on them (reducing stress factors, and increasing rest and time to sleep) and, normally , helping them to meet the load (which complements with licorice root, hydro-cortisone or DHEA). If you are going to take supplements that adrenal hormones effect, this should only be done after an adequate trial and under the supervision of someone familiar with the adrenal function. Cortical can be reinforced by licorice root, as it extends the average life of the hormone and increases its potency. I have good results with 250mg-750mg a day of licorice root extract (standardized to 20% glycerrhizinic acid). Cortical can also be strengthened through hormonal replacement (the use of bio-identical hydrocortisone), with different doses required for different situations; 5-20mg is often more appropriate from my experience.


When DHEA supplements are indicated, 10-40mg is often all that is needed to restore a customer to its best shape. After a period of time, usually 6-8 weeks, supplements may be reduced in small intervals and, provided there is no return of disease, interrupted completely. This usually occurs for several months. Supporting adrenal function with vitamin C, vitamin B5 and licorice root can be extremely important as it is eliminating psychological stress factors. Caffeine, alcohol, tobacco and sugar all have to be eliminated. In practice, this process is often devoid of problems. The effect this has on blood sugar levels, mental response, sex hormones, and all other systems of the body means that the intervention can have multiple interactions. Alterations in stress levels over any period of time will reliably affect many different areas of the metabolism, especially digestion. Digestion is intrinsically linked to the function of the liver, and I rarely see any client recovering from adrenal fatigue who would not benefit from a liver cleansing. The affection that cortical: DHEA's ratio on estrogen and testosterone levels should not also be overlooked, especially in women whose hormonal interaction is more complicated. With a firm understanding of both the adrenal function and interactions in one around the human body, it is possible to navigate an efficient route back to optimal health. There are a number of difficulties that are usually confronted in the restoration of adrenal function in several individuals, especially the bio-chemical individuality and obtaining the cooperation of the client's physicians (who are usually very cautious when in An unknown territory), but the approach that is best suited to coping with adrenal fatigue is to evaluate all that is possible (through blood/saliva analyses, as well as customer questions), analyzing this will a mentality Global that takes into account the whole body, but forever "treat the patient, not the test." Of course, it is better to prevent than cure, and the increasing incidence of adrenal fatigue only serves to show how important it is for any practitioner to give priority to reducing stress in the lives of all customers with whom they deal on a basis daily.


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Adrenal fatigue what is it  

On a basic level, adrenal fatigue (sometimes called suprarenal insufficiency) is a condition that occurs when the adrenal glands fail to mee...

Adrenal fatigue what is it  

On a basic level, adrenal fatigue (sometimes called suprarenal insufficiency) is a condition that occurs when the adrenal glands fail to mee...

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