Jaco Malan

Adrenal Fatigue:

What Does Adrenal Fatigue Feel Like?
The best indicators for what adrenal fatigue feels like are that you will have a low tolerance for stress; have a short fuse and get easily irritated. Another good indicator is fatigue; feeling run down. We’ve listed below other ways on how adrenal fatigue will make you feel.

Suffering from adrenal fatigue is extremely unpleasant; based on the fact that it causes one to feel completely low – like feeling your body has run out of fuel. What is it? It’s a health condition where your adrenal glands get overworked and burned out. And as a result, it can have a major impact on your health and wellbeing.

Though the term adrenal fatigue is often given in health books, it is not considered as a real condition and isn’t recognised as a medical diagnosis. This is because the symptoms are very general and can appear in many other conditions. But the ones who support adrenal fatigue agree that this condition exists and arise from chronic stress.

A small amount of stress on the body can be good for you. When under a small amount of stress (such as when exercising, taking a cold shower, etc.) your body is able to compensate and get stronger.

But the problems start when we are under stress all of the time and it doesn’t stop. Chronic exposure to certain stressors breaks things down and wears out our adrenal glands. This leads to something called adrenal fatigue.

Your adrenals are forced to pump out cortisol (a stress hormone) to deal with the constant, chronic stress.

But eventually your adrenal glands get completely worn down and are unable to function properly. This is a big problem and leads to a wide range of symptoms in the body that will make you feel ill.

The strength of your adrenals relates to your ability or inability to handle stress. If you’re feeling you can’t handle stress very well, chances are, you have adrenal fatigue.

How Adrenal Fatigue Will Make You Feel?
Tolerance to stress (your ability or inability to handle stress)
Fatigue and feeling tired all the time
Insomnia (inability to sleep)
Feeling run down
Not able to recover and rejuvenate
Chronic inflammation
Hormone imbalance
Poor immunity (constantly feeling ill or chronic health problems)
Skin problems and hair loss
Muscle and bone loss
PMS and strong menopause reactions, including hot flashes and mood swings
Lightheaded and brain fog (unable to think clearly)
Loss of appetite and weight gain
Cravings for junk foods

Adrenal Fatigue Causes
Here is a listed the top causes of adrenal fatigue that will make you feel unwell:
• Chronic lack of sleep
• Long-term consumption of too much caffeine
• No exercise
• Chronic stress or shock
• Low nutrients: Vitamin C, Vitamin B1, Zinc, Magnesium, Potassium, Vitamin D
• Chronic pain and inflammation
• Chronic infection

Please note: that the cards will be available on the members forum.

Adrenal fatigue:
• Fatigue
• Support for the Adrenals
• Stress
Base 44: 8. 14. 15. 16. 16.    Base 10: 1. 1. 3. 2. 7.

Adrenal Burnout:
For relief of symptoms due to mental, emotional, or physical fatigue: nervousness, body aches, apathy, weariness, confusion, irritability, indifference, or lack of focus.
Base 44: 8. 13. 15. 16. 22.     Base 10: 5. 2. 2. 8. 5.

Adrenal:
Provides specific sarcode support for the adrenals.
This gland produces androgens and cortisol. It helps to control blood sugar. In addition, also helps your body do the following:
Promoting proper cardiovascular function
Helps in how we respond to stress
Properly utilizing carbohydrates and fats
Helps distribute stored fat
Gives your body odor and pubic hair
Promotes healthy gastrointestinal functions
Base 44: 3. 8. 9. 11. 11.     Base 10: 1. 1. 8. 3. 9.

2 comments

  1. Charmaine

    Thanks Jaco, lots of people suffering from this issue.

  2. Carmen

    Thank you very much, I have been there in the past and it is not much fun.

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