Identify Adrenal Fatigue symptoms and make a change or two.
Adrenal fatigue is one of the most common types of fatigue. It is said that 80-percent of American women will experience it in their lifetime — that included me. You’re probably here trying to figure out why you feel so tired. Right?
I’d like to take this opportunity to “take you by the hand” and share some of my best Adrenal Fatigue treatment resources.
First, to better understand adrenal fatigue, its symptoms and causes, I’d like to share an excellent article written by Kathy Browning, Are You Constantly Tired? You May Be Suffering from Adrenal Fatigue.
Next, the result of our poll “When are your most tired?” is a must-read. In brief, we surveyed our visitors to find out what time(s) of day they felt most tired. Why? Because there are many types of fatigue and your specific symptoms, including the hours in which you feel extremely tired, is critical info for your recovery.
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Here are 8 of my favorite energy boosting & healing resources. Which should you try today? Use your intuition and pick whichever ONE is calling your name or catching your eye. I say ONE because a characteristic of tired women and men is that we are constantly doing too much and often second guessing ourselves instead of going with out “gut.”
Whichever ONE you pick is the right item – right action for you today. Enjoy it and pass this page on to a harried girl or guy friend!
Which ONE? Whoever comes to mind first.
1. What is – Who is B.O.B? (And how to get rid it it – him?)
2. Fatigue & Fear — Yikes. How to breakthrough and live fearlessly
3. ARGG & Ahhhhh with Magma Plus Greens
4. Life Keeps Getting Better with Terry Hernon MacDonald
5. Re-Energize Yourself with the Power of Food Combining
6. 3 Free Ways to De-Stress Today!
7. Relax and Re-Energize with a little purring and petting
8. Fatigue Speedbump … Energy Vampire … What hit me?
I suppose there is a health benefit to whining and complaining, in moderation. Isn’t that funny?! It needs to be moderated just like eating, drinking, exercising, thinking …
Today I set out to determine what occurs physically when we complain. I wondered what hormones are triggered and what effect that has on our adrenals. Didn’t come up with anything that specific but I’ve experienced how dis-eased and fatigued I feel when I am focused on faults instead of pearls. Don’t you?
This topic is inspired by a new column in the Wall Street Journal called “Bonds.” Today’s topic was Misery Poker: It’s One Game Worth Losing. Big thanks go out to its author, Elizabeth Bernstein for bringing this bad habit to my attention. Once there is awareness – change is possible.My husband will be thrilled.
By the by I did come across some good quotes on the topic!
I personally believe we developed language because of our deep inner need to complain. ~Jane Wagner
In trying to get our own way, we should remember that kisses are sweeter than whine. ~Author Unknown
People that pay for things never complain. It’s the guy you give something to that you can’t please. ~Will Rogers