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Read This! You're maybe one of them having this condition!
October 5, 2011
11:33 pm
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of you may suffer from fatigue, poor sleep, unexplained weight gain, memory

loss, anxiety and depression. Traditional medicine treats these symptoms by

medicating with sleeping pills, antidepressants and thyroid medications.

Unfortunately, this treatment approach may lead to more health problems due to

the side effects of these medications. The focus on drugs also tends to

suppress early-stage symptoms rather than treat their underlying causes. Before

you resort to covering up your symptoms with these drugs, I urge you to check

the function of one of the most neglected glands in your body…

That is, the adrenal


Every challenge to the mind

and body creates a demand on the adrenal glands. Today, these challenges are

endless: the threat of losing your job, lack of sleep, a demanding boss,

financial pressures, yo-yo dieting, relationship problems, death or illness of

a loved one, skipping meals, reliance on stimulants like caffeine and sugar,

digestive issues, over-exercise, illness or infection. The result…adrenals that

are over producing and are constantly on high alert. The over worked adrenal

glands eventually wear out…resulting in a commonly missed condition…ADRENAL FATIGUE.

Who gets Adrenal Fatigue?

Anyone can suffer from

adrenal fatigue. An illness, a life crisis, or a continuing difficult situation

can drain your adrenal resources even if you are the healthiest person. Factors

that can make you more prone to adrenal fatigue include poor ifestyles (bad

diet, substance abuse, too little sleep, or chronic stress), a recurrent

illness or repeated infections such as bronchitis or pneumonia.

An estimated 80% of North Americans

suffer from adrenal fatigue at some point in their lives. Sometimes the adrenal

strain is temporary and only lasts a few days. At other times it can be

debilitating and last for years (or a lifetime if the adrenals are not properly

restored). Adrenal fatigue usually begins with impaired adrenal function,

leading to significant adrenal stress and finally complete adrenal exhaustion.

October 11, 2011
12:52 am
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Right, adrenal fatigue is a serious illness if not taken seriously leadind to stress and depression. It's best to live healthy and be conscious to what's your eating and make sure to exercise regularly to avoid the symptoms of the said illness. Thanks for this helpful post.

November 15, 2011
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Those are some good facts to know.  What's especially important is to recognize the symptoms and avoid having adrenal fatigue accelerate into depression or excessive stress.  Many people are not sure the difference between adrenal fatigue and depression, as they are closely correlated.  However, if you read some of the facts on depression and adrenal fatigue you can focus your energy on discovering which one you may have (or a family member) and get the help needed.

October 30, 2013
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This is a serious illness if not taken seriously leadind to stress and depression.

Smile PlzzZZzzz…..(Usman Malik)

September 5, 2014
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thanks for such postiong about health....

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