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ADRENAL DISORDERS

Adrenaline is one of the top four hormones in the body and as you probably know, adrenaline has the ability to speed up your metabolism and create other physiological effects on the body to help the body and mind cope with high stress or dangerous situations. Some of the disorders, which are directly related to the adrenaline gland and hormone include reduced adrenal functions and Addison’s disease. First, reduced adrenal functions are quite what it sounds, when someone is experiencing a low adrenaline reserve in their body.

This type of adrenal disorder can create quite serious symptoms if not treated immediately. Your body is still creating an adequate amount of adrenaline to maintain your body’s health, however when you are faced with perhaps a stressful or dangerous situation where your body would generally create more adrenaline, this malfunction can create anything from body fatigue to a complete collapse. Some symptoms to be aware of in order to make sure this does not happen to you include recurrent infections, fatigue, dizziness, low blood pressure, headaches, food cravings and memory problems.

Addison’s disease is a type of adrenal disorder that can develop if you are suffering from an adrenal cortex that is extremely under-active. You will experience nearly the same symptoms as reduced adrenal function except for the skin discoloration. This form of adrenal disorder is a chronic condition that will require lifelong treatment and lifestyle adjustment to keep it under control.

Adrenal problems generally occur throughout the later years of a person’s life due to heredity. What many studies are finding today is that a diet full of refined carbohydrates can deplete the nutrients required for adrenal support. Let’s go through the natural supplements you can utilize in order to maintain healthy adrenal glands.

  • Vitamin B Complex is incredibly necessary when it comes to the proper function of the adrenal glands. This can be taken in dosages of 100 mg twice a day for best results.
  • Vitamin C with bioflavonoids can be taken 4,000-10,000 mg daily and is another vital vitamin when it comes to the proper function of the adrenal glands.
  • Coenzyme A is an antioxidant that is necessary to reduce stress in your life that can alter the function of the adrenal glands.
  • Coenzyme Q10 carries oxygen to all of the glands and can help ensure proper function.
  • L-Tyrosine helps the adrenal gland function and relieves stress on the glands. It is recommended to take 500 mg daily on an empty stomach. Do not take with milk.
  • It is recommended to add plenty of fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables to your diet. Brown rice, legumes, wheat germ, whole grains nuts, olive and safflower oils are good as well.

As you can see there are many natural ways to treat your adrenal glands and ensure that they are always properly working so these more common adrenal disorders are not something you will have to deal with in the future.

 

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