Adrenal Fatigue, Adrenal Exhaustion and the Thyroid

The Link Between Adrenal Fatigue & Thyroid Conditions

Article By Dr Osansky ( Natural Healing Solutions )

Of the millions of people who are diagnosed with thyroid conditions, many of these people also develop adrenal fatigue.  Adrenal fatigue is a condition that involves the adrenal glands becoming weakened due to numerous factors that I’ll be discussing here.  Continue reading “Adrenal Fatigue, Adrenal Exhaustion and the Thyroid”

3 Steps To Heal Adrenal Fatigue

3 Steps to Heal Adrenal Fatigue

Article By Dr. Josh Axe

Adrenal Fatigue - Dr.Axe

It’s time to heal adrenal fatigue because chances are you’re dealing with it. (Or will at some point of your life.) It’s hard to believe, but adrenal fatigue is estimated to affect around 80 percent of people in the world. According to James Wilson (author of “Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome“), chronic stress and lifestyle affect the body’s ability to recuperate from physical, mental or emotional stress.

In fact, whether for a short time or a chronic condition, most people struggle with adrenal fatigue at some point in their lives. Symptoms include: Continue reading “3 Steps To Heal Adrenal Fatigue”

The Myth About Blood Sugar And Diabetes

The Myth about Blood Sugars and Diabetes

Dr. Berg teaches you how blood sugars really work in relationship to diabetes.

By Dr. Eric Berg DC

The Myth about Blood Sugars and Diabetes, part 1 – What is Diabetes? Continue reading “The Myth About Blood Sugar And Diabetes”

Don’t Underestimate the Benefits of Walking

By Mark Sisson

Even though some of you may be tired of me saying this, it needs saying. I say this a lot because it’s important: you need to walk more. In fact, if there’s one New Year’s resolution I think everyone should make, it would be to walk more. Many of you made this the centerpiece for your 2014 plans, many did not, figuring you already do enough. Nope. No one really walks as much as they should, though. That small subset of my readers who do walk enough should still read this post if only to fortify their resolve.

Why do I hammer home this point so often, anyway? Continue reading “Don’t Underestimate the Benefits of Walking”