Adrenal Fatigue

The average American has a very hectic life. No matter what the age, we have work, social commitments, and family obligations. In a world with twenty-four hour department stores and restaurants, along with the availability of the internet any time of the day, is it a wonder that sleep has lost priority.

If we do not get adequate sleep, our adrenal glands cannot recharge. The adrenal glands sit on top of the kidneys and are a source of cortisol, the hormone of stress. When we are stressed, our body’s response is to produce cortisol to help us through that stress. If every day we stress of bodies by poor diet, toxins, or lack of sleep, then the adrenals wear out. When this occurs, we are like to experience the following:

  • Fatigue/Exhaustion
  • Moodiness
  • Weight Gain
  • Difficulty losing weight
  • Depression
  • Salt/Sweet Cravings

Luckily we are able to evaluate how the adrenal glands are working. If they are not functioning properly, with physician guided treatment plan, they can be repaired. Do you have any of these symptoms? Call today for your consultation and evaluation of your adrenal glands today.

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