Adrenal fatigue is becoming more and more common within our society. With more pressures and less downtime (and even when we do have downtime, we’re often looking at some sort of screen) and the constant need to be “on the go”, your adrenal glands may start to be affected. At Empowered Health one in two people we see have some sort of stress that relates to their presenting symptom. You are not alone. Many people describe it as not having the energy to get through their daily activities. Everything in their life slows down. Natural therapies may offer a safe and effective way for treating your adrenal glands*. So if you are thinking about trying a natural approach for your fatigue, then read on as we may be able to help you regain your energy and strength to do the things that you want to be doing.
*Disclaimer: Please know that the results are a typical and may vary from person to person
What Is Adrenal Fatigue?
The condition is also known as Hypoadrenia. “Hypo” meaning lower and “Adrenia” relating to the adrenals. Here we are not talking about Addison’s Disease, but instead, low cortisol, adrenalin and DHEA. Your adrenal glands are finely tuned to respond to physical, emotional or psychological stress. When these stresses happen long term, it can deplete the adrenals, causing a lowered output of these hormones, particularly cortisol. This can result in not being able to cope with stress as much as you used to.