Adrenal Fatigue: How to Fight Chronic Adrenal Fatigue and Elevate Your Energy Level

Fatigue

Feeling exhausted day after day is no way to live. If you experience symptoms like fatigue, mood changes, digestive discomfort, and even weight gain, you could be suffering from adrenal fatigue.

Although you may consider stress caused by a busy schedule to be normal, chronic stress can quickly lead to adrenal fatigue. If left untreated, adrenal exhaustion can leave you vulnerable to a number of health disorders that include heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.

If you're running through life at breakneck speed, then you're probably accustomed by now to the feeling of exhaustion. Fatigue, stress, weight gain, and a number of related illnesses are signs of a greater issue.

Adrenal fatigue will affect up to 80% of the population.

We’ve forgotten how to pace ourselves. We've forgotten how to balance our inner vitality to contribute to overall physical wellbeing and joy.

How Adrenal Fatigue Affects Your Body

For most of us, we’re all too familiar with that midafternoon slump - the time of day when your energy levels plummet, and you find yourself reaching for a cup of coffee, an energy drink, or a chocolate bar to help you keep your eyes open until five o'clock.

Although coffee and other stimulants may provide a temporary lift in energy, they also create a cortisol surge, which will make it nearly impossible for your body to manage stress in the long run.

And once stress begins to affect your body day in and day out, it can break down healthy tissue and even cause hormonal imbalances. As a result, you're likely to experience a number of common disorders that seem "normal" in our modern world, like:

  • Gut disorders, including irritable bowel syndrome
  • Hormonal imbalances, including irregular cycles and possible infertility
  • Autoimmune disorders, including hypothyroidism, celiac disease, and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity

Although these conditions are severe, in many cases, they occur when stress is chronic enough to break down healthy systems in the body.


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