Stopping Negative Thoughts Can Help in Adrenal Fatigue

Stopping Negative Thoughts Can Help in Adrenal Fatigue With numerous tasks to handle in today’s busy life, our brain processes thousands of thoughts every day. Based on the situation, our thoughts vary from being creative, happy, appreciative, and peaceful to angry, sad, judgemental, and fearful. While happy and positive thoughts can greatly help boost success and good health, negative thoughts can cause distress, […]

Chai Golden Milk Doughnuts, the Healthy Doughnuts!

Chai Golden Milk Doughnuts, the Healthy Doughnuts! The classic slogan we are all so familiar with, “America runs on Dunkin,” isn’t too far fetched. Millions of Americans enjoy doughnuts with their coffee daily. They are served at office meetings, baseball games, school gatherings and other functions all over the county. They are a sweet and delicious treat, and hard to resist! However, […]

Electronic Cigarettes: Not the Best Way to Beat Stress

Electronic Cigarettes: Not the Best Way to Beat Stress Some claim that utilizing electronic cigarettes is a safer alternative to tobacco, and could in fact aid in reducing stress hormones and cause relaxation in your body. It’s also been said that using electronic cigarettes could help you quit smoking. But if you have Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS), it’s essential to understand whether electronic cigarettes […]

Sleep Disorders and ADHD

Sleep Disorders and ADHD ADHD has long been a hot topic and subject to much debate regarding how it is assessed and managed. Patients are often given prescription drugs to control the symptoms. However, some physicians and studies claim that ADHD is a result of lack of sleep and bad diet, which can also be linked to Adrenal Fatigue […]

Estrogen, Hypothalamus Hormones and Brain Function – Part 2

Estrogen, Hypothalamus Hormones and Brain Function – Part 2 Read Part 1 | Part 3 Hypothalamus Hormones, Estrogen and Alzheimer’s Disease Demonstratively the main cause of age-related dementia, Alzheimer’s is the reason behind at least 50 percent of dementia cases. It is a complex of declining hypothalamus hormones, cognitive and functional skills beginning in middle age or later and includes behaviors that vary in […]
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