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Adrenal Fatigue Complications

Hormone Circuit Complications

Connecting Adrenal Fatigue and Low Thyroid Gland Function

The human body is complex. Many of its functions occur completely unconsciously and hidden from view. This is why it can be so difficult to identify the underlying problems when something goes wrong. This is particularly true when it comes to thyroid gland function. Your thyroid performs a number of essential tasks in the body, […]
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Hormone Imbalance Symptoms, Causes, and How to Get Them Back on Track

Hormones are one of the main messengers your body uses to communicate. They travel to different organs and tissues in order to send messages about how and when to function. For example, they increase your appetite when your body needs nutrition or make you sleepy when it’s your natural bedtime. Hormone imbalance symptoms can vary […]
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Bioenergetics Circuit Complications

A Catabolic State and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

Catabolism refers to a set of metabolic pathways that break down large molecules into smaller molecules. For example, these pathways break down proteins into amino acids and fats into fatty acids. This helps provide energy for the cells. But catabolism and the catabolic state are not the same thing, as we’ll see later. Learn More: […]
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Mitochondria’s Impact on Adrenal Gland Diseases

The mitochondria in all our cells are the energy power plants or the engine block for our bodies. They produce a chemical called ATP, which is the body’s currency for energy. Mitochondria provide over 90 percent of the body’s energy. When someone is diagnosed with mitochondrial disease, it means that they are not functioning properly […]
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Detoxification Circuit Complications

A CBS Mutation Could Be Causing Your Health Problems

Breakthroughs in medical technology are bringing us ever closer to improving the quality of lives and helping people achieve longevity. Through genetic testing and mutation identification, scientists have found what is known as a cystathionine beta-synthase (CBS) gene mutation, or CBS mutation. This mutation causes the CBS enzyme to work too fast. CBS is the […]
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Brain Fog

Do you sometimes feel as if your brain just isn’t functioning properly? As if you just can't seem to focus or recall the right thought? This sensation is fairly common, and it’s known as brain fog. It is often harmless and natural, something that goes away with a little more sleep or a good rest. […]
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Challenges and Best Practices for Overcoming Benzo Withdrawal

Benzodiazepines, also called “benzos” or BZD for short, are tranquilizers. They are most often given for anxiety and insomnia, but also as muscle relaxants and anticonvulsants. They are also used for alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Although benzos are meant for medical use only, some people use them recreationally. If taken for long enough, you can develop […]
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How to Boost Your Body’s Detoxification Process Safely

Learn More: » Read our complete long-read article on detoxification and Adrenal Fatigue » Adrenal Fatigue FAQs » Take our 3-minute test to see if you may have Adrenal Fatigue There has been a lot of talk about detoxification in the health sphere lately and for good reason. This process can be a good way […]
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EMF Radiation and Health: An Emerging Danger

Living in this complex, modern world has advantages, like energy and time-saving tools, but it also has a myriad of disadvantages, including constant bombardment by the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) throughout our environment. Homes and offices are filled with wireless devices, from cell phones to computers, laptops, and printers. How much do we know about these […]
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Heavy Metal Poisoning, Copper Overload, and Adrenal Fatigue

Introduction to Heavy Metal Poisoning and Adrenal Fatigue High copper levels in the body are associated with Adrenal Fatigue. Copper, a heavy metal in its unbound form, is ubiquitous in our environment and food. While some copper is necessary for survival, it can cause major problems within if imbalanced, and extreme amounts can result in […]
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Top Foods for Better Liver Health and Gentle Detoxification

Your liver is your body’s main clearinghouse. It helps your body get rid of toxins, metabolic by-products, and other unwanted substances. If it’s not working properly, these substances start to accumulate in your system, increasing the toxic load on your body and creating a host of problems. That’s why maintaining optimal liver health makes such […]
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MTHFR & Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

Methyl-tetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), is an enzyme that is responsible for protein methylation in every single cell in your body. If you have a history of multiple miscarriages, chronic migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, or a family history of heart attack or stroke, this little enzyme might be the cause of your illness. Methylation 101 and […]
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Pyroluria and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

Pyroluria is a genetically inherited but correctable biochemical imbalance involving an abnormality in hemoglobin synthesis. It can be purely genetic or acquired through environmental and emotional stress and especially from leaky gut syndrome and the overuse of antibiotics. Charles Darwin is thought to be afflicted by this condition. Pyroluria is known by many different names […]
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Reactive Metabolite Response

Metabolite Response Metabolism is a term that is used to describe all chemical reactions involved in maintaining the living state of the cells and the organism. They can be anabolic (building up) or catabolic (breaking down) in nature. A balanced metabolism is critical to good health and metabolite processing. A damaged metabolism can lead to […]
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Receptor Related Disorders and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

In cellular biology, a receptor is a protein molecule usually found embedded within the plasma membrane surface of a cell. Its job is to receive chemical molecules (also called ligands) that can include peptides, neurotransmitters, and hormones. Once coupled like a key fitting into a lock, a specific series of tissue responses are initiated and […]
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Retox Reactions in Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

Retoxification, or retox, is connected to the natural detoxification process of the body. Detoxification is the process of removing toxins from the body. It is a fundamental process of our cells during its respiratory cycle. The most basic form of nutrition and detoxification is breathing. On each complete breath oxygen is consumed as a nutrient. […]
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Inflammation Circuit Complications

Chronic Lyme Disease Symptoms and Adrenal Fatigue

What Is Lyme Disease? Lyme disease, also known as Lyme Borreliosis, is an illness caused by an infection of one or more species of the Borrelia genus of bacteria, including B. burgdorferi, B. barinii, and B. afzelli. There are over 50 discovered species, and more are being revealed with time. Of these species, 13 are […]
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Are You Intolerant of Histamines In Your Food?

What Are Histamines? Histamines are chemicals your immune system produces in response to being exposed to some kind of allergen. Some of the most common allergens that do that include pollen, dust, and pet dander. Learn More: » Read our complete long-read article on Histamines and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome » Adrenal Fatigue FAQs » Take […]
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Origins of Autoimmune Disease and the Microbiome

Autoimmune disease is one of the fastest-growing causes of disability and death in the U.S. Some researchers and clinicians believe the incidence of these chronic conditions is skyrocketing in nearly all industrialized countries of the world. Presumed causes vary, but all seem to be centered on the microbiome. The mucosal barrier between the gut and […]
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Post Bacterial and Post Viral Fatigue in Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

The invention of the microscope in the 1800s was a scientific milestone that has led to revolutionary advances in medicine. It helped with the discovery of bacteria and parasites later in the century, which eventually led to the invention of antibiotics in the early 1900s. However, these inventions have also initiated our undoing in recent […]
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Neuroaffect Circuit Complications

Chemical Imbalance, Neurotransmitter Balance, and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome

Neurotransmitters (NTs) are chemicals in the brain that act as messengers, transmitting signals between the neurons, allowing communication to take place with the multitude of organ systems functioning within the body. These are potent neurochemicals that regulate nearly every function in the body including, physical and cognitive performance, weight, the perception and response to pain, […]
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Effects of Glutamate Sensitivity and Hidden Ingredients on Health

Glutamate sensitivity is a controversial topic that has proponents on both sides of the issue. Some researchers and a large number of alternative medicine practitioners believe there is a danger associated with sensitivity to this amino acid. On the other hand, there are a significant number of researchers and conventional medicine practitioners who point to […]
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Cardionomic Circuit Complications

Underlying Causes of Electrolyte Imbalance and What to Do About Them

Electrolytes are essential minerals that your body needs to function properly. Essential nutrients are those that your body cannot produce itself, so you need to get them from external sources. And not many people are aware of the risks associated with electrolyte imbalance. Some of these risks can be very serious. This is why it's […]
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How to Hack Your Biological Clock to Restore Your Health and Energy

Learn More: » Read our complete long-read article on biological clock and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome » Adrenal Fatigue FAQs » Take our 3-minute test to see if you may have Adrenal Fatigue Your biological clock is actually a network of different clocks that interact to help maintain equilibrium in your body. This includes your circadian […]
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