Few people are as familiar with the workings of the mitochondria as they should be. For fatigue patients, the connection between these cellular energy factories and chronic low energy is something that can be of vital concern.
In the treatment of adrenal fatigue, diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes are rarely sufficient to realize full recovery. The brain’s performance also needs to be adjusted, and neurofeedback is a safe and effective way to accomplish that goal.
While elevated cortisol levels remain the focus of most people’s conversation, low cortisol is an equally critical concern. To avoid it, you should know its causes, effects, and symptoms – and then learn how to effectively treat it.
Many fatigue patients already understand on some level just how dangerous chronically high cortisol can be. Learn to get your hormones back under control through diet, supplements and lifestyle changes.
Cortisol is a hormone, which plays an important part in your body's response to stress. Learn the signs of chronically high cortisol, so you can take steps towards normalizing the levels of this crucial hormone.
The pineal gland plays a role in the natural circadian rhythm. Fatigue is just one of the results when this rhythm is disrupted. That is why it is important to understand how calcification of pineal happens and how to reverse it.