If you have chronic emotional, physical or mental stress of any kind, then your adrenals are working extra hard pumping cortisol and adrenaline to keep things running in your body. You could take pathology tests and check for signs and symptoms to adrenal burnout, but you can also do your own bio-hacking with these tests: Continue reading “FREE stress tests – biohacking the adrenals”
Body signs such as edema, water retention, sharp wrinkles, sunken eyes and cheeks, muscle cramps and weakness, high blood pressure, skin pigmentation changes and always being thirsty but dehydrated could be showing adrenal fatigue, in particular an imbalanced hormone aldosterone. Continue reading “Edema, water retention, always thirsty?”
Your quality of life can really be transformed from bringing your cortisol output up. Mood and motivation will increase, and so will your energy levels. Lack of this hormone could be the cause of your fatigue, your postural tension, muscle weakness, anxiety, PMS, menopausal symptoms and some food cravings.
If you have low cortisol you may not want to get out of bed in the morning, you may be wanting to take naps during the day, and it could keep you up during the night.
30 Days without processed sugar, caffeine, dairy (except whey protein), grains, seeds, nuts, fruit, eggs or alcohol. Only one prepared meal a day at lunchtime and two meal replacement shakes for breakfast and dinner. Naturally supplementing with vitamins, minerals, enzymes, probiotics and fiber to help with intestinal cleansing and repairing.