hypoadrenia

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hypoadrenia

[‚hī·pō·ə′drē·nē·ə]
(medicine)
Reduced functioning of the adrenal glands. Also known as hypoadrenalism.
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One more note: If you have serious adrenal fatigue (which I've written about extensively in previous issues, which are available on my website), you should not take pregnenolone supplements without the guidance of a physician knowledgeable about bio-identical hormones.
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On reflection, I was a prime case for adrenal fatigue.
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These tests help detect frequently missed causes behind the odd number such as adrenal fatigue, hidden blood loss, autonomic nervous system failure, food sensitivities, hardening of arteries, electrolyte deficiency, overmedication, dehydration, as well as many others.
And I might even do gut testing, food sensitivity testing, and saliva testing for adrenal fatigue, depending on what the situation calls for," she says.
He discusses how to decide whether holistic approaches are right for a client; how to assess contributing lifestyle, environmental, and internal factors, including sleep, food, exercise, sunlight, hydrotherapy, electronics use, blood sugar, thyroid issues, DHEA, Vitamin D, digestive health, adrenal fatigue, genetics, neurotransmitters, and environmental toxins; supplements for treatment, such as oils and fats, probiotics, vitamins and minerals, botanical medicines, and homeopathy; mind-body medicine, including yoga, meditation and mindfulness-based therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, and the emotional freedom technique; working with medications, avoiding side effects, and using natural medicine to wean patients off medications; and making recommendations and designing treatment plans.
Preserving your 'adrenal sanity' is very important because prolonged adrenal fatigue can lead to adrenal exhaustion.