Are you tired and all the time? Are you easily stressed or lead a stressful lifestyle? Do you have high blood sugar or blood pressure?
You may have adrenal fatigue.
ADRENAL FATIGUE is the major culprit behind low energy and low libido.
Adrenal fatigue can also lead to high blood sugar and high blood pressure.
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Adrenal fatigue affects millions of Americans, yet the majority of people with adrenal fatigue, don't even know they have it.
The adrenal glands are located at the top of each kidney and are responsible for a lot more than many would imagine.
When the adrenal glands malfunction, producing excess or too little cortisol, tremendous strain is placed on the pancreas, which causes insulin resistance and type 2 Diabetes.
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The hormone aldosterone, which is also produced in the adrenal glands, is responsible for maintaining stable blood pressure levels.
For this reason, when the adrenal glands are fatigued, and stop releasing aldosterone, high blood pressure results.
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Unbeknownst to many, testosterone is produced in the adrenal glands, not just in the testes. And for women, about 20% of all female hormones are produced in the adrenal glands.
The adrenal glands are also responsible for producing cortisol.
Cortisol is a steroid hormone which is released into the body in response to stress. Long periods of high stress will potentially release high levels of cortisol. And when a person has abnormally high or fluctuating levels of cortisol, it can cause other hormones to stop being produced due to the body’s overproduction of cortisol.
Over time, these elevated cortisol levels will cause adrenal fatigue.
Adrenal fatigue in men is quite distinct in that abnormal cortisol levels will cause testosterone levels to drop more than any other hormone.
Important Note: Many factors can produce bodily stress: including bad diet, medications, and excess weight.
Ultimately, adrenal fatigue leads to the body not being able to produce enough cortisol, and the resulting low cortisol levels contribute to decreased energy, abnormal hormonal levels, and low libido.