My nick name is zombie girl because that’s how I always described it to everyone. I would have a hard time waking up in the morning. I would sleep in my car during my lunch break at work. I would come home and basically not be able to move off the couch until it was time to go to bed. I started to notice all of these different symptoms, but it was really after the car accident that everything just kind of hit me. (Now, I feel) a thousand times better.
Stressed out? Always tired? You Might Have Adrenal Fatigue.
Are you exhausted? Do you drag yourself out of bed in the morning and down a cup of coffee just to get up and going? Do you fight fatigue throughout the day? Does the slightest bit of stress send you over the edge? Do you suffer from muscle and/or joint pain, recurrent infections, allergies, anxiety or panic attacks, depression, or low blood sugar or blood pressure? Have you been told that you have chronic fatigue syndrome?
Adrenal fatigue is a common health problem that Americans face today. Unfortunately, most are unaware that this could be the cause of their symptoms because their doctor never brought it up as a possibility. Like hypothyroidism, it is a common condition that is overlooked by traditional medicine, and many doctors deny that adrenal fatigue is even a real condition, however we know better.
What is Adrenal Fatigue?
Adrenal fatigue occurs when the adrenal glands cannot produce enough cortisol to meet the demands of your body. In short, you are wearing your adrenal glands out, so you feel increasingly fatigued, stressed, anxious, and many other health conditions may occur as a result.
Adrenal Fatigue Symptoms