Some call it “burnout” but adrenal fatigue is a stress syndrome and is found in near epidemic proportions in our modern society. The adrenal glands help in responding to stress by producing hormones such as cortisol and are responsible for handling stress. Yet adrenal fatigue occurs when the adrenal glands are unable to compensate for the daily stressors in life and the hormone reserves are depleted. Join Dr. Sushma Hirani, of Rose Wellness, in Oakton, Virginia, for a free, live webinar, from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. on April 23 to learn more about adrenal fatigue and how you can deal with this modern condition.
Healing the adrenal glands requires identifying and treating the causes of stress. The top three causes of stress are mental stress (negative emotions and overwork), dietary stress (glucose imbalance and food intolerances) and hidden gut infections. Once these have been identified, adaptogenic herbs, vitamins, glandulars and adrenal hormones will be required to help heal the adrenal glands.
When stress becomes chronic, it can affect the adrenal glands which are responsible for the production of a variety of hormones, including sex hormones, hormones that help regulate blood pressure and metabolism and controls the fight or flight instinct. If stress is not relieved, adrenal hormone functions can begin to decline and cause hormonal imbalances in the body, which can lead to many symptoms. Learning how to relieve stress and nourish the body can help restore adrenal functions.
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