The dysfunction of the adrenal glands which are situated at the top of both kidneys, is usually called adrenal fatigue when it is in its first stages of development. The adrenal glands produce several hormones which regulate the energy levels in the body and also the production of other hormones. When your adrenals are tired due to periods of stress, depression or physical exhaustion, they do not produce sufficient amount of adrenal hormones. For example, in the mornings when the levels of the cortisol have to be higher in order your body to wake up, they are low and you wake up without any energy. But there are so many more symptoms and conditions your body experiences when the adrenal glands are not working properly.
The first and most common symptom would be chronic fatigue coming together with low energy, muscle weakness, brain fog, fast heart rate and high blood pressure, dizziness, not being able to do anything other than lying on the bed. You may also experience problems with falling asleep and waking up in the middle of the night, disorientation, inability to concentrate and even trembling. If your adrenals suffer your PMS would be worse with sweet or salt cravings, bloating and headaches. Some of the adrenal fatigue symptoms are digestion issues like nausea, irritable bowel syndrome and diarrhea. In some cases, you may even experience flu-like symptoms.
Emotional and cognitive symptoms
Anxiety and panic attacks are results of the abnormal functioning of the adrenal glands which change periods of hyperactivity with ones with a very low hormones production. So, you may find yourself being easily irritable, angry, emotionally unstable, oversensitive and even paranoid. Impatience, low sex drive and overreacting to stress situations could also be signs of adrenal fatigue. Basically, when your adrenal glands are depleted by stress which could be just perceived or emotional stress, you would feel even more stressed, trapped in the “fight or flight” response and not being able to calm down easily.
Fibromyalgia, diabetes, hypothyroidism, estrogen dominance, hypoglycemia, allergies and other autoimmune disorders are linked to the adrenal fatigue as the high levels of stress hormones would steal the potential of your body to produce other vital hormones. The sex hormones like testosterone and progesterone would be affected as well as the thyroid hormones and insulin. Many people experience also lower back pain or fibromyalgia which comes with pains all over the body. If you find yourself with some of the linked conditions, you need to treat and cure your adrenal glands as part of your healing process.
All the above symptoms could be addressed with lifestyle changes but you can support the healing with a very successful method called coMra therapy. This is a very easy to apply at home therapy which uses a laser, magnets and changing colourful lights to induce the healing abilities in your body. It provides the needed energy for your organs, systems and cells to restore the overall health. The coMra therapy heals your body as a whole by treating the organs that are out of balance in a very gentle and non-invasive way. You can find the adrenal dysfunction treatment in the coMra user guide under the name Universal Treatment 5 – Somatic Biostimulation routine 2. All the steps on how to apply the coMra therapy are described in details with the frequency you need to choose and the time to treat each point. You can use coMra therapy as a pain relief, for healing and even as a prevention.
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