Author: Dr. Michelle Durkin on 18 October 2016
Have you ever experienced chronic tiredness (even first thing in the morning), trouble falling (or staying) asleep, or difficulty concentrating? If so, you may have come across the term adrenal fatigue.
Not a proven medical condition, adrenal fatigue refers to a collection of symptoms thought to be caused by poorly working adrenal glands in response to chronic mental, emotional, or physical stress.
In a previous Eat Real Food TV episode, I explained that adrenal fatigue can often underpin many thyroid conditions.
The best part? It’s reversible.
Find out what everyday choices you can make to help your adrenal and thyroid glands work the best they can.
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Now I would love to hear from you. Do you have symptoms of adrenal fatigue? If so, what’s one thing you’ll begin to change in your daily routine? Leave a comment below and I’ll see you next week on Doctor as Teacher Tuesday.
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