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What causes adrenal fatigue?

When adrenal glands do not fulfill the stress demands, adrenal fatigue is likely to develop. Adrenal glands prepare the body to accept different situations of stress whether the stress is psychological, emotional or physical. The adrenal glands perform this function via hormones that can regulate the energy storage and its production, muscle tone, heart rate and immune function, which also control fatigue causes.

Symptoms of adrenal fatigue for those suffering from adrenal gland fatigue

Physical, emotional and mental stress should be handled for human survival. Adrenal glands in our body have a complete set of regulatory system through which stress in the body is controlled. Adrenal gland fatigue and extreme fatigue results when adrenal glands fail to function properly thus reduce the body’s ability to handle stress.

How can we diagnose adrenal fatigue?

Diagnosis of adrenal fatigue is in fact not performed in a typical medical visit. Many physicians don’t know what adrenal fatigue is. Adrenal fatigue diagnosis is made using special laboratory diagnostic tests.  Adrenal fatigue symptoms of a person help in the diagnosis of adrenal fatigue. Accurate diagnosis of adrenal gland fatigue demands confirmation of the fatigue disease from symptoms of adrenal fatigue and the laboratory tests.

How to cure adrenal fatigue?

Consultation with a specialist is required for the treatment of adrenal fatigue. After a proper diagnosis of adrenal fatigue, adrenal fatigue treatment is necessary.  Physicians usually provide adrenal fatigue supplements to cure the disease of adrenal glands whose reduced activity make the body unable to fight against stress.

What is menorrhagia?

Menorrhagia is a condition of heavy menstrual bleeding. This heavy period bleeding may cause social, emotional and physical loss in woman’s life. Menstrual blood loss is usually each in the start then goes less at the end. In menstruation, the uterus lining sheds every month.

What is hyperthyroidism?

Hyperthyroidism is an overactive thyroid gland. Overactive thyroid gland produces more than sufficient thyroxine. Due to extra thyroxine, metabolic rate of body increases. Sometime doctors use the term thyrotoxicosis for hyperthyroidism. Both terms have the same meaning. Excess thyroid hormone causes a toxic condition i.e. thyrotoxicosis.

What is goiter?

Goiter refers to an enlarged thyroid gland. The thyroid gland enlarges due to tissue growth in thyroid gland. The thyroid gland generally produces thyroxine and triodothyronine hormones, which can maintain body functions such as digestive functions, mood, pulse rate and individual’s body temperature.

What is hypothyroidism?

Hypothyroidism produces when there is insufficient thyroid hormone in the body. Thyroid hormone helps in the metabolic functions of the body. Symptoms of hypothyroidism are accompanied by slow metabolic rates. Hypothyroidism is most common among Americans and usually they don’t know about it.

What are genetic disorders?

A genetic disorder is caused due to abnormality in person’s DNA. These abnormalities are infact mutations in the genes in which entire chromosome is added or removed. Mutation and variation both can cause gene mutation. Many types of cancers are caused due to genetic disorders in them i.e mutation in genes. Such mutations occur due to cigarette smoking and environmental exposure.

What is adrenal fatigue?

Adrenal fatigue includes many symptoms and signs which are called adrenal fatigue syndrome. In case of adrenal fatigue, functions of adrenal gland go below the required level. Adrenal fatigue results from prolonged stress, chronic and acute infections, respiratory infections, influenza, pneumonia, and bronchitis. Adrenal fatigue is a form of fatigue, which is not recovered by sleep.