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The Reason You are Sick and Tired May be Fatigued Adrenals
by Tony Isaacs
Are you sick and tired of always being sick
and tired? Do you feel tired and rundown most of the time and have problems
getting a good rest – and when you are able to sleep it does not seem to help
much with how tired you feel? If so, your problem may be adrenal fatigue -
particularly if you have experienced major stress in your life. Fortunately
fixing adrenal fatigue is relatively simple to do and if you take the right
steps you may soon be able to renew your adrenals and gain back energy and
wellness that you may not have expected to see again.
When a person endures stress for a prolonged
period, whether mental, physical or emotional, the result is often a constant
need for those two hormones which outstrips the adrenals’ production of them. As
a result of deficiencies in the hormones, cognitive function may become
impaired, energy levels may drop and the body may become less able to handle
stress. Deficiencies can also contribute to cardiovascular disease, diabetes,
weight gain, fatigue, allergies, infections, mood disorders and poor libido.
People who suffer adrenal fatigue often have
a distinct pattern. They are usually fatigued and dragging in the morning and
often do not fully “wake up” until around mid-morning. Usually they won't feel
fully awake until after a noon meal. Often, they also feel a mid-afternoon lull
and then generally begin to feel better after 6 PM. By 9 PM they are usually
tired again. People with adrenal fatigue often work best at night and in the
Correcting Adrenal Fatigue - Diet and Lifestyle Changes
Correcting adrenal fatigue should begin with
reducing stress and making healthy lifestyle and dietary changes. Simple changes
such as more laughter, taking small breaks to lie down, increased relaxation,
regular meals, moderate exercise, early bedtimes and sleeping until at least 9
AM whenever possible can all be beneficial for adrenal fatigue.
Herbs for Adrenal Fatigue
Cordyceps. Cordyceps is a Chinese mushroom that supports the adrenal glands. It
also normalizes and supports functions of the immune system, kidneys, lungs,
liver, nervous system and cardiovascular system.
Adrenal glandular extract (AGE). AGE contains growth factors that promote cell
healing and has nutrients that support gland function and repair. Take one to
two tablets daily without food, reducing the dosage if you become jittery or
have trouble sleeping.
About the author:
Mr. Isaacs articles are featured at Natural News, the Health Science Institute's Healthiertalk website, CureZone, the Crusador online, AlignLife, the Cancer Tutor, the American Chronicle and several other venues. Mr. Isaacs also has The Best Years in Life website for baby boomers and others wishing to avoid prescription drugs and mainstream managed illness and live longer, healthier and happier lives naturally. In addition, he hosts the Yahoo Oleandersoup Health group of over 3500 members and the CureZoneAsk Tony Isaacs - Featuring Luella May forum. Mr. Isaacs and his partner Luella May recently began hosting The Best Years in Life Radio Show for Rumor Mill News on the Micro Effect Radio Network" forum.
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