*The results described are not typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.
Adrenal Gland Hormones – Essential For Life
Chronic stress is the underlying cause of adrenal fatigue. The adrenal glands release a very important hormone, used to manage stress called Cortisol, which is critical for life and the key to normal physical composition and emotional stress responses. Unlike other hormones in our body the adrenal hormones generally do not decrease with age. Called the “stress hormone,” Cortisol levels rise when emotional stress is increased or emergencies occur. When the adrenal glands are weak, we no longer view stress as a challenge, we view it as a threat. Weak adrenals set the stage toward illness and disease.
In today‘s society, women are inundated with stress, whether physical, psychological or both -stress that doesn‘t let up. Excessive and chronic excretion of Cortisol over time, will eventually exhaust the adrenal glands, resulting in lower Cortisol production. This insidious cycle can cause premature aging of tissues and total “body burnout.” Over time, chronically elevated Cortisol levels, due to persistent stress, leads to hormonal imbalance that affects all the other hormones in the body, producing the symptoms many women experience symptoms such as body fat accumulation, increased blood sugars, fatigue, bone loss, decreased sex drive and immune system deficiencies. Once the adrenals become depleted, it can lead to adrenal exhaustion and much more serious health concerns.a chain-like reaction resulting in.
Adrenal fatigue is a condition in which the adrenal glands, because of chronic stress, are unable to keep up with your body‘s increased demands for Cortisol production. They simply become exhausted resulting in subnormal Cortisol production.
Adrenal fatigue can have a dramatic effect on the vitality of a woman. Many symptoms are typically associated with this condition, which include fatigue and “brain fog.” Adrenal fatigue takes its toll on the libido and body composition. Increased fat storage, reduced interest in sex and general lethargy may be the end results. While lifestyle changes may be implicated, particular vitamins, supplements, and pro-hormones demonstrate promise in significantly raising Cortisol levels back to normal in the treatment of adrenal fatigue in women. The Harding Medical Institute monitors important hormones and utilizes specific adrenal supplements to restore total hormonal balance and tranquility.
Adrenal Fatigue can cause a host of health problems:
- Severe fatigue – the number one symptom of adrenal insufficiency
- Anxiety or panic attacks
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Irregular menstrual cycles
- Diminished sex drive
- Loss of muscle mass and strength
- Hair loss
- Muscle and joint pain
- Chronic fatigue
- Dizziness or lightheadedness upon standing
- Recurrent infections
- Allergies and/or asthma
- Low libido
- Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
- Hypotension (low blood pressure)
- Heart palpitations
- Difficulty “bouncing back” from illness
- Cold and heat intolerance
- Emerging allergies
- Reduced stress tolerance
- Inability to sleep through the night
- Craving for salt and sweets
Chronic, unrelenting stress, whether physical, psychological or both, eventually leads to adrenal fatigue. The adrenals simply cannot produce enough cortisol to meet the demands. The result, we feel “stressed out” because we are. As we age, our adrenal glands produce less cortisol. This inevitably leads to adrenal fatigue to one degree or another.
The Harding Medical Institute has successfully helped women suffering from adrenal fatigue to regain their health and vigor.* We utilize a customized regimen for each client integrating bio-identical hormone therapy combined with specific adrenal supplements, proper nutrition and fitness, to support optimal Cortisol levels.
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