Chronic stress is very common and can be caused by work pressure, career changes, the death of a loved one, moving, illness, and failed relationships. One of the main responses of the body to stress is the production of stress hormones. In chronic stress, the adrenal glands would keep producing these stress hormones until a certain point when the adrenal glands would become exhausted. This is known as adrenal fatigue.Read More
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Adrenal fatigue is a problem that is increasing in both frequency and magnitude. That’s why so much research is being done into how to alleviate this problem and get rid of it completely. One proposed solution for adrenal fatigue is the use of essential oils.Read More
We live in a society that values hard work, but this can often translate to a lack of sleep and a reliance on substances like caffeine. When we’re exhausted, we also tend to reach for sugary foods to keep us going. Chronic fatigue may be more common than the average person realizes. If you find yourself feeling burnt out, anxious, and achy more often than you’d like to admit, then you might be suffering from adrenal fatigue.Read More
Whether you believe in Adrenal Fatigue being a disease or not, these steps can help you live a healthier and longer life. It’s a fact that the medical community has yet to accept this disease as a real one. There are hopes that as strides are made in the medical community, some points may be proven or disproven. As information keeps coming in, we’ll keep you updated about the latest developments regarding Adrenal Fatigue. Click for more.Read More
Today’s busier lifestyles, characterized by longer working hours, growing social commitments, greater use of social media, and more, can cause you to constantly lack the energy to carry out everyday tasks. Take a look at the following causes of low energy to find out if one of these may be the reason why you’re always so tired.Read More
Starting a new diet plan all at once can be extremely difficult for many people, and often it’s a better idea to start small with a few easy changes to your diet instead of pursuing a complete overhaul all at once. This is difficult in some cases when dieters expect to see immediate results after changing their eating habits; small changes are easier to work into a nutrition plan, but the dieter sees much slower results.Read More