Category Archives: Cardionomic


Impact of POTS Disease (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) on Adrenal Fatigue

Impact of POTS Disease (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) on Adrenal Fatigue

Read Part 1 POTS Disease and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) is a neuroendocrine condition induced by stress that can be physical or emotional. There are four stages, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. Fatigue is the hallmark symptom, and can be incapacitating. Symptoms of advanced AFS include reactive hypoglycemia, heart palpitations, […]

Tachycardia Symptoms and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1

Tachycardia Symptoms and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1

Mitral valve prolapse syndrome, chronic orthostatic intolerance, and orthostatic tachycardia symptoms are each names that reference postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS). POTS is not a new illness. It is caused by a malfunction of the patient’s autonomic nervous system (ANS). Tachycardia Symptoms and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) 101 The autonomic nervous system (ANS) governs the […]

Craving for Salt: Understanding Low Sodium

Craving for Salt: Understanding Low Sodium

Do you have craving for salt? Do you know people that have craving for salt?  it is highly likely that if both of theses answers are not yes, then at least one of them is. Individuals often find themselves having a craving for salt, like potato chips. This seemingly innocuous craving for salt can actually […]

Vitamin D and Neuromuscular Diseases

Vitamin D and Neuromuscular Diseases

In a study conducted in Hershey, PA, Doctor Sankar Bandyopadhyay and Doctor Sol Dejesus have found that people who suffer from neuromuscular diseases have a high likelihood of being deficient in Vitamin D. This is according to a study presented to the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine at their annual meeting in Savannah, […]

About Dehydration: Symptoms and Treatment

About Dehydration: Symptoms and Treatment

Read Part 1 Now! About Dehydration and Adrenal Fatigue As mentioned earlier, aldosterone output is typically compromised while adrenal weakness progresses. The more advanced the Adrenal Fatigue, the lower the aldosterone level. Without adequate aldosterone to retain sodium, the body tends to lose water faster than it can keep, resulting in a chronic state of […]

The Benefits From Jogging

The Benefits From Jogging

Individuals who have an exercise habit of running, even for a short time and at a slow pace, are less likely to die from heart related diseases as compared to non-runners, a study revealed. The health benefits from jogging and other light exercise include lowered risk of disease, increased cardiovascular health, lowered stress, and much […]

The Food Pyramid for Diabetes and other Tips for Health

The Food Pyramid for Diabetes and other Tips for Health

Read Part 1 Now! 2. Auxiliary Supporting Nutrients Do you suffer from diabetes? Do you find it difficult to figure out what is best for you to eat? Do you think you could benefit from a food pyramid for diabetes?  Would a food pyramid for diabetes help you gain more control over you health?  Keppe reading to […]

New Research About Lycopene: Significant Reductions In Systolic Blood Pressure

New Research About Lycopene: Significant Reductions In Systolic Blood Pressure

An estimated 67 million American adults now suffer from high blood pressure, known formally as hypertension and that is 1 in every 3 American adults. Hypertension remains one of the most important preventable contributors to disease and death. New studies about lycopene though have shown that it may be an effective supplement in lowering systolic […]

Cortisol From Stress: Implications for High Blood Pressure and Adrenal Fatigue

Cortisol From Stress: Implications for High Blood Pressure and Adrenal Fatigue

Read Part 1 Cortisol From Stress  Cortisol from stress may be having a greater impact on your health than you realize. The most important anti-stress hormone in the body is cortisol. Cortisol affects the body by normalizing blood sugar – Cortisol increases blood sugar level in the body, thus providing the energy for the body […]

Adrenal Fatigue and Blood Pressure Symptoms – Part 1

Adrenal Fatigue and Blood Pressure Symptoms – Part 1

Introduction to Adrenal Fatigue and Blood Pressure Symptoms Blood pressure is an important indicator of adrenal health and function. Mild adrenal weakness is usually accompanied by normal to high blood pressure symptoms. As Adrenal Fatigue advances, low blood pressure, at rest or related to posture becomes more prevalent. This paper will attempt to examine how […]

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