Internal sources of stress are many. It could be because you are undergoing changes in your life, job, and marriage or in some other area of your life. It could come from fears and worries of things coming to pass and so much more.
Testosterone is produced by both men and women but the amount produced by women is much smaller and the production comes from the adrenal glands. A decline in the testosterone level is associated with decrease in sex drive and libido in both sexes and this condition is commonly observed in those with Adrenal Fatigue.
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Kale is one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can find in the produce section of the market. Kale has seven times the beta-carotene of broccoli and ten times more lutein. When Kale is finely chewed, sulforaphane is formed which triggers the liver's detoxifying enzymes.
Adrenal hormones are essential for life. Too much of it or too little, however, can be dangerous. Hormone replacement is commonly prescribed by physicians when presented with a patient's symptoms suggestive of adrenal insufficiency.
It is critical to know the different types of stress and how to avoid them. Chronic stress is a serious issue that can have extreme adverse effects on ones health and mental well being. Acute stress can even lead to high blood pressure, cardiac problems and death.
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition released a new analysis of clinical trials which showed that taking vitamin C supplements in the short term reduces both diastolic blood pressure (DBP) and systolic blood pressure (SBP). The study was undertaken to determine the implications of vitamin C for blood pressure. Taking as little as 500 milligrams of […]
There is a new epidemic that’s plaguing our society. But it’s not what you think. These days, if you don’t have diabetes, but it runs in your family, you’re diagnosed as “pre-diabetic.” You don’t have anxiety but your prone to it, so that means you have “pre-anxiety”. If you’re at risk of having high blood […]
Question: I am 41, perimenopausal. I have regular, yet heavy periods. I have insulin resistance, which I treat with low-carb and exercise; therefore, I am no longer overweight. I am still having worsening of hirsutism and hair loss (itchy, oily scalp, graying and breakage). My nails have developed longitudinal lines. My TSH is 2.0 on […]