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Top Natural Ways to Heal Your Adrenals and Get More Energy

Show some love to your adrenals to maintain sustainable energy and productivity. Here are some natural ways to combat fatigue from the root and fuel your body for greatness. Are you wired-and-tired? Drained and spent? But still feeling the weight of the world on your shoulders? These don’t have to be your secret struggle anymore. You are not alone.

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#122: Why Adrenal Fatigue Is a Myth

If you’ve ever felt so exhausted that simply functioning seems like an impossibility you may be suffering from adrenal fatigue. That’s what I was diagnosed with a decade ago. Our adrenals are hormones produced in a set of glands near our kidneys. But here’s the deal, chronic fatigue doesn’t actually start there – it begins up in our limbic, or survival, brain.

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Essentially You Podcast 025: Is Coffee Bad For Your Adrenal Health with Dr. Mariza

#25: Is Coffee Bad For Your Adrenal Health with Dr. Mariza

Recently I have been hearing a lot about a controversial subject in women’s health. The question that everyone’s asking me is, ‘is coffee bad for your adrenal health?’. There seems to be a new study every day villainizing our coffee habit, yet we still hear that coffee can be beneficial for many of our bodily functions. Today I am here to set the record straight about coffee and how it is affecting you.

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Top 3 Ways to Naturally Increase Low Progesterone Level

When your body is experiencing hormonal imbalance, it can be very easy to feel like your entire life is out of balance. One critical part of feeling (and looking!) your best, is to make sure that your hormone levels are in agreement with one another for the stage of life that you are in.

Women who are between the ages of 35 and 50 years old are at particular risk for hormone imbalance as they approach the season of perimenopause and menopause. If you find yourself with symptoms that your body isn’t functioning at its best, low levels of progesterone may be to blame. Learning as much as you can about progesterone might be just the key that you need to get your body back into balance in a healthy, natural manner.

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