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Cortisol is a steroid hormone that is produced by the adrenal cortex (the outer part of the adrenal gland). It is a life sustaining hormone dedicated to maintaining balance in the body. Cortisol is called “the stress hormone” because it influences and regulates many of the changes that occur in the body in response to stress. Whether that stress is physical like illness, low blood sugar levels, surgery, trauma, temperature extremes, or psychological.
Six-pack abs have a reputation for being the ultimate sign of health and peak fitness. Many people dream about having a six-pack, and some make it a goal. In reality, six-pack abs are not all they are cracked up to be, and are generally not worth pursuing (especially not if you suffer from Adrenal fatigue). Superficiality and vanity explain their popularity, rather than genuine interest in fitness or good health.
If you are stuck at your desk for eight hours each day, it is difficult to fit in a proper workout. Sitting for long periods of time has health consequences, including poor circulation, posture issues and chronic pain. Fortunately, there are exercises that you can do while sitting at a desk, and none of the exercises below require you to leave your chair.
Many people feel uncomfortable spending more than a few hours alone, yet voluntary solitude, if used gainfully, can improve mental health, reduce stress, and assist personal growth. Here are seven ways to benefit from spending time alone.
We have already discussed a few valuable tools that can be used as part of a treatment plan in the form of nutritional supplements, herbal therapies and glandulars. In this article we will discuss a very powerful treatment tool that can be very helpful in some more severe cases of Adrenal Fatigue:
Adrenal gland disorders (or diseases) are conditions that disrupt the normal functioning of the adrenal glands. Disorders of the adrenal glands may occur when the adrenal gland itself is affected by genetic mutation, tumors, or infections. But sometimes the cause is a problem in another gland, such as the pituitary, which helps to regulate the adrenal gland. Certain medications can also cause the adrenal glands not to function properly. read more
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