Are You Constantly Tired? You May Be Suffering from Adrenal Fatigue

Kathy Browning is one of my favorite researchers and writers. Whatever topic she covers she explains in a clear, thorough and friendly vs. “high brow” manner. Her favorite topics are women’s health and gourmet food. Love that combo!

Here is one such article, very applicable to our topic.

Are You Constantly Tired? You May Be Suffering from Adrenal Fatigue
Research Shows that Nearly 80 Percent of Americans Suffer from Adrenal Fatigue

Do you have a type “A” personality? Do you feel that you never do enough although everyone tells you to slow down and smell the roses? Do you eat a poor diet, have too much stress or get inadequate sleep? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be suffering from adrenal fatigue.

Research shows that nearly 80 percent of Americans suffer from adrenal fatigue. Yes, you read that right – an astounding 80 percent of the U.S. population is affected by adrenal fatigue syndrome.

Adrenal fatigue is a collection of symptoms … click here for the rest of the article


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4 thoughts on “Are You Constantly Tired? You May Be Suffering from Adrenal Fatigue

  1. This sounds just like me … thanks for the info. I am tired of trying to figure this out.


  2. This was brought up by my primary care doctor. Then my endo wound up doing a bunch of tests and told me that I have PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). Even after being treated for the PCOS now for almost 2 years, I still feel severe fatigue. Who knows what it really is?


  3. Thanks for commenting Mandy. Sounds like it has been a rough couple years and I know how frustrating it (recovering from fatigue) can be.

    For my grandmother the breakthrough was Vitamin B Complex and iron. My mother’s hobbies and friendships are what have kept her energized and brought her back from Para-thyroid, colon cancer and other ailments too obscure to mention.

    For me it was a long, trial and error road that still demands that I pay rigorous attention to maintaining a healthy balance in my life. By balance I mean everything! Sleep, water, iron, laugher, friendship, denial (Chapter 1 of the Dynamic Laws of Healing), physical check-ups, medical advice and optimism — to name a few of the ingredients that go into my “balance.”

    A good friend of mine, Peeps, says “Don’t give up before you get your miracle.”

    I see a miracle marching up to you, Brandy. Maybe it is already knocking at the door to your heart …. V.

  4. Edie,

    Just remember, you don’t have to figure this out all on your own … I have an off-the-wall suggestion for you …
    If you belong to NetFlix go rent a bunch of “I Love Lucys” and laugh till you cry! Laughter pumps our adrenals up with “the good stuff”and is one of the quickest and long-lasting energy boosts out there!

    Stay in touch and let me know how you’re doing.


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