Many times when doctors are getting a background on a patient, the patient mentions their lack of energy throughout the day. Most of the time fatigue is an underlying effect from something greater, but it’s still something that needs attention.
Fatigue is a result/symptom of hormone imbalance, it’s not so much a disease. Some adrenal fatigue symptoms include:
• Weight Gain
• Increased PMS in Women
• Low Energy Between 3 and 4 PM
• Anxiety Attacks
• Difficulty Staying on Task
A question that doctors are asking, “is adrenal fatigue a condition related to too little cortisol or too much adrenaline?” It’s important to know the answer to this question because the treatment for both are very different. Because the treatment plans differ so much, before it is completely diagnosed it may be wise to treat either of these symptoms as if it were adrenaline dominance, instead of having them on cortisol. (a powerful hormone that they may not even need.) Though doctors may not be able to completely treat chronic fatigue, there are many different approaches to finding solutions, whether temporary or long lasting.
The unfortunate thing about feeling fatigued is that people try to overcompensate by ingesting way too much sugar, which then adds another problem, weight gain. Once the problem has been diagnosed, it is then easier to treat. Adrenal fatigue is a diagnosis used mostly in the alternative medicine. This diagnosis is based on the theory that the adrenal gland can fail to produce enough quantities of cortisol. Treatment includes medication, but also diet and sleeping habits should change to aid in the treatment process.
Hormones can play a huge part in why a person feels fatigued and slowed down. There are many solutions, but it’s important to seek the counsel of a trusted healthcare professional. The most important things to focus on if struggling with fatigue is, diet, sleep patterns, and work patterns. It’s unhealthy for the body to be overworked and exhausted all the time.
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