Here’s 21 Ways to Give Your Adrenals a Boost …
But first . . . why is this even necessary? Does it feels like a everyday struggle – just to maintain a normal life? Do you wake up exhausted or hit a wall of exhaustion after you eat your midday meal?
Well, you’re not alone because thousands of people suffer from constant fatigue unrelieved by rest and sleep and this can lead to (or indicate) adrenal issues. Today’s lifestyle is overflowing with the demands of home, work, family, finances, and more. These can fatigue your body’s primary stress-handling glands, the adrenal glands. In 1998, Dr. James L. Wilson coined the term ‘adrenal fatigue’ to identify a specific kind of chronic tiredness that many people experience. It can affect anyone who undergoes frequent, persistent or severe mental, emotional or physical stress.
Adrenal fatigue occurs when adrenal gland function becomes less than optimal—usually as a result of stress, physical (internal or external), mental or emotional stress. An estimated 80% of people experience adrenal fatigue and the physical symptoms of stress at some point in their lives, yet it is frequently overlooked and misunderstood by the medical community.
If you answer “yes” to more than three of the following questions, you may be experiencing adrenal fatigue . . . Read More