As we age and transition through menopause, supporting the adrenal gland should become a priority.
The job of the adrenal gland is to assist in the coping of stress from all aspects of life. It provides your body with resilience, energy and endurance. As our ovaries slowly shut-down, it is up to our adrenal gland to maintain women’s hormone levels. However, due to stress, women are often unprepared for this condition and as a result, the worse symptoms of menopause start to appear (weight gain, fatigue, mood swings, night sweats, hot flashes, lower libido etc). In addition to that, no one really informs us about this important change, so we are left to guessing what is wrong or changing with our bodies.
Adrenal fatigue is a universal problem that appears in various bodily conditions - especially when a woman complains of high fatigue. It is usually caused by mild and severe forms of stress and commonly seen in women during menopause struggling with Cortisol imbalance.
Here are some lifestyle impacts we start to experience (and accelerate adrenal fatigue):
The signs and symptoms of adrenal fatigue are commonly recognized as:
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