Posted By Sushma Hirani, MD on 03/02/2021
Don't Let Adrenal Fatigue Impact Your Life

Don't Let Adrenal Fatigue Impact Your Life

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Adrenal fatigue, also called burnout, is a stress syndrome of the 21st century. It is an epidemic prevalent in modern Western society and spreading elsewhere. The adrenal glands sit on top of the kidneys and help in responding to stress by producing hormones such as cortisol. They are responsible for handling stress, whether it is physical, emotional or psychological.

Adrenal fatigue occurs when the adrenal glands are unable to compensate for the daily stressors in life and the hormone reserves are depleted. Some common symptoms of adrenal fatigue include -

  • Feeling overwhelmed and burned out
  • Brain fog and memory loss
  • Feeling tired all the time and compensating by drinking two to three cups of coffee a day
  • Waking up feeling exhausted after a full night’s sleep of eight to nine hours
  • Difficulty losing weight
  • Hormonal imbalance and/or depletion
  • Low libido
  • Increased PMS or menopausal symptoms
  • Craving for salty and sweet foods
  • Irritability with uncharacteristic mood swings
  • Inability to relax
  • Susceptibility to flus and colds

Research links stress to many health issues. These come from a variety of sources such as: emotional or physical trauma; lack of sleep; poor diet with too much sugar and processed food; too much alcohol, nicotine or caffeine; chemical toxins; chronic infections or vitamin deficiencies.

Join Functional Nurse Practitioner Suzanne Tershak Tither of Rose Wellness Center in Oakton, VA. She specializes in natural women’s health care, hormone balancing, thyroid disorders and digestive disorders. Join her for a free, live webinar, to learn more about adrenal fatigue and how you can deal with this modern condition.

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