Fatigue & Recovery Treatments

Fatigue is a common symptom of many illnesses, including diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, anemia, thyroid disease, and sleep apnea.

Our modern life, with its many ongoing stressors, can turn on your stress response and throw away the key. Unlike acute stress, for which we’re biologically hardwired, chronic stress turns on the fight-or-flight response without any rest.

If the stress response doesn’t leave, those cortisol triggers never stop. Some chronic stressors that can lead to adrenal fatigue include:

  • autoimmune
  • conditions
  • emotional
  • stress
  • excessive
  • exercise
  • food
  • intolerances
  • microbiome
  • dysfunctions
  • toxins

If you’re struggling with adrenal fatigue, you’re likely experiencing most of the following symptoms:

  • You’re slow to start in the morning
  • You crave salty or sugary foods
  • You have a low libido
  • You’re fatigued in the afternoon
  • You get a “second wind” in the evening
  • You can’t stay asleep
  • You experience dizziness when standing up quickly
  • You get afternoon headaches
  • You have blood sugar issues
  • You have chronic inflammation
  • Your nails are weak
  • You’re often moody
  • You have difficulty losing weight

So, what’s next? If you think you might have adrenal fatigue, visit Reverse Mind and Body

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