By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Maria Cummings
Life is busy, super busy! You have a lot to do in 24 hours and getting up early in the morning can be half the struggle. Why is it, that no matter how much sleep, coffee or other stimulates you have, you are still tired and worn out? Your answer could be that you are dealing with adrenal fatigue.
Adrenal fatigue is caused when your normal cortisol levels are depleted from your body. This is usually due to stress and it prevents your body from responding correctly. If you have symptoms like not being able to get out of bed, anxiety, trouble concentrating and depression you may benefit from our test kits that can find out if you truly are suffering from adrenal fatigue. Those symptoms alone are stressful, but you don’t have to suffer daily because of them. There is help and it all starts by finding out IF you have adrenal fatigue first and foremost. Did you know that you can have your adrenals tested at home? It is simple! You just order one of our test kits, collect your sample, send it into our lab and you will receive your results within 2 weeks with a complete protocol to help you feel better!
Life can be stressful and you have too much to do- don’t let adrenal fatigue get in the way of your energy. After all, you need all the energy you can get to work on time, get the kids off to school on time, drive through stressful traffic, get through a busy and demanding work day and make come home and prepare a dinner that is healthy for yourself and your family. And do all this in a good mood and a smile on your face so no one realizes just how truly tired and burnt out you are! Don’t depend on multiple cups of coffee or stimulant drinks to get you through the day. Those can burn you out even more as time goes on.
Get your adrenal test kit today and say “good night” to fatigue!
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Medical disclaimer: Our adrenal fatigue test kits and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.