Adrenal Insufficiency and How You Can Treat It Naturally

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Adrenal Insufficiency Natural TreatmentOur adrenal glands are responsible for the production of more than 50 essential hormones, such as aldosterone and cortisol.

We rely on these hormones to maintain our vitality and overall good health. Being overstressed mentally, emotionally, and physically can cause our adrenal glands to work overtime and eventually “fatigue and crash.”

Many times this condition can be misdiagnosed and cast aside by the medical field and is a reality for many. We will look at adrenal insufficiency natural treatments.

Natural Ways to Heal Adrenal Insufficiency

With the inability of the adrenal glands to function properly, we can look at conditions such as infections, nutrient deficiency, allergies, ingestion of toxins, and leaky gut syndrome as a possible cause. Treating adrenal fatigue naturally with home remedies may be able to help your situation.

1. Adopt an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Maintain a healthy diet to combat and prevent inflammation with proteins, antioxidant phytonutrients, fibers, and good fats. It is one of the more common natural remedies for adrenal fatigue.

2. Breathe Deeply

Focusing on deep and controlled breathing helps to relax your mind and release physical tension. By maintaining proper posture when sitting, standing, and walking, your breathing techniques will flow easier.

3. Get Enough Zinc, Magnesium, and B Vitamins

Prevent blood sugar problems by eating foods such as pumpkin seeds to control levels of essential zinc and magnesium. By consuming organic meats and dark green leafy vegetables, you can ensure you are getting B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc.

4. Dry Brush Your Skin

This ancient old tradition sees the skin surface brushed to stimulate the lymphatic system naturally. It removes dead skins cells and toxins through the lymph nodes.

5. Ground Your Body

It is thought that by walking barefoot daily on the natural earth, whether it be grass or dirt, you can neutralize the harmful electromagnetic frequency your internal system is exposed to on a daily basis.

6. Avoid Caffeine and Sugar

The adrenal glands work harder when we consume caffeine and sugar in any amount. The adrenal fatigue will heighten with the use of these products. Sugar affects the blood sugar levels which depend on the adrenal glands for maintenance.

7. Use Essential Oils

Certain essential oils are applied directly to the skin or warmed in a decanter to help with adrenal fatigue. For best results, use vanilla, lavender, lemon balm, rose, chamomile, frankincense, and rosemary.

8. Get Proper Sleep

Our body needs regular sleep each night for the proper functioning of our mind, as well as for physical well-being.

To lower stress, take a 20-minute nap during the day, preferably between the hours of 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

9. Perform Low-Intensity Exercises

Having adrenal fatigue can give an overwhelming, weighted feeling of wanting to be inactive. Even managing to do a bit of walking or light cycling each day will help lower the inflammation and stress.

10. Hydrate Your Body

Keep your body well hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day. Our body depends on water for survival and can regulate stress hormone production.

11. Listen to Music

Music has been known to be a sound healer for many people regardless of the genre. With adrenal fatigue, avoid listening to loud and fast beats that stimulate you. Choose more of a light-hearted, soothing selection.

12. Positive Visualization

Another one of the natural remedies for adrenal insufficiency is positive visualization. They say believe it, and it will come true. Positive visualization may help to ease stress, boost self-confidence, and give you a positive outlook for the future.

13. Enjoy Downtime

Take time away from your busy schedule for experiencing things you enjoy. Read a book, take a nap, spend time sitting in a park, or watch a movie. Avoid things that can cause stress or stimulate extreme emotions such as sadness, anger, or fear.

14. Get Some Natural Vitamin D

Soak up the natural vitamin D our body needs through the ultraviolet rays. The adrenal glands will become less stressed and heal faster.

Remember to not overexpose yourself in the harmful rays by using protective clothing and lotion.

15. Use Epsom Salts

Add Epsom salts to a warm bath to absorb the magnesium and sulfates that uplift the adrenal glands and help to detoxify the liver. Set the stage for a relaxing bath by playing soft music, dimming the light, and lighting candles.

16. Stretch

Light body movement is a great adrenal fatigue natural remedy. Perform yoga moves or light stretching to perfect breathing techniques and stimulate endorphins.

18. Keep a Journal

Many people find it helpful to write down their inner thoughts: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Use this time to fill your mind and soul in keeping a gratitude journal where you only express the things for which you are thankful.

Adrenal fatigue is a natural state that can take over your life by creating an exhausting physical and emotional state. Ignored by many medical professionals as a real condition, it is up to many patients to learn how to heal adrenals naturally.

The symptoms may be alleviated and possibly treated with natural home remedies. You can also incorporate physical and stress-relieving activities into your daily lifestyle.


Sources:
“25 Lifestyle Strategies to Heal Adrenal Fatigue Naturally,” DrJockers; http://drjockers.com/25-lifestyle-strategies-to-heal-adrenal-fatigue-naturally/, last accessed June 6, 2017.
Sarich, C., “Adrenal Fatigue Treatment – 15 Essential Rescue & Recovery Tips,” Natural Society, August 19, 2015; http://naturalsociety.com/adrenal-fatigue-treatment-15-essential-rescue-recovery-tips/, last accessed June 6, 2017.

 




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