There are many people in US and other parts of the world who are having trouble getting up to bed, working with their daily routines, being pro-active, or even having a vigorous sex drive. Those symptoms are common to them and probably, they are not aware of the main problem. Those symptoms may sometimes being disregarded by most people. Do you have those symptoms and signs? Do you know someone who had those? Get a check-up right away, see a doctor; probably that is an indication of Adrenal Fatigue.
What is Adrenal Fatigue?
Adrenal fatigue is a medical condition that is caused by the malfunction of adrenal glands. This is commonly associated with longer duration of stress. It can also be acquired after chronic or acute infections most primarily by infections in respiratory system. Examples of such are bronchitis, pneumonia or influenza. As what the name of the disorder suggests, the most apparent symptom is experiencing fatigue. This fatigue may not be relieved by taking rest or sleep.
The affected person may relatively act like a normal person and they might not bring signs of illness physically. However, the person may feel strange tiredness, and having a “gray” feeling. Most of the times, people who are suffering Adrenal fatigue rely on coffee, energy drink, soda and other stimulants similar to that just to have a better feeling in the morning and in the rest of their day.
What are the Causes of Adrenal Fatigue?
The major cause of this disorder is the scenario wherein the adrenal gland can no longer meet what the stress demands with it. Supposedly, the gland is responsible of mobilizing the way your body respond to every kind of stress regardless if that is emotional, physical or psychological. It should mobilize your body through the hormones that can regulate the storage and production of natural energy, immune system function, muscle tone, heart rate and all of the other processes and functions in your body that will help you to cope up with stress.
Your adrenal gland should have to function properly or maintain homeostasis regardless if you are suffering physical crisis (major surgery), emotional crisis (loss or being broke) or psychological crisis (anxiety, depression). If it fails to meet its required function, that’s the time you will experience Adrenal Fatigue.
How can you Overcome Adrenal Fatigue?
Basically, there are a lot of things that a person with Adrenal fatigue can do to overcome this medical issue. Some of the best practices one can do are the following: getting to bed on or before 10 PM, waking up at around 9 AM, Believe in your capacity to heal yourself, Eating proper diet, avoiding the stressful situations that you may encounter as much as possible and being happy always. You can also try to watch comedy films more often (As long as it will make you laugh. It’s useless if not), stay adequately hydrated, move your body more often smoothly and breathe deeply. If you have a food supplement given by your physician, don’t forget to follow his or her direction. It would be of help as well.