So, you thought that taking fish oils were great for inflammation, but is can there really be a relationship between Fish Oils and Adrenal Fatigue? Be sure to check out the prior podcast where I discuss not that fish oils have a relationship with adrenal fatigue, where I discuss how stress impacts the body. If …
The Best Adrenal Supplement
Supporting adrenal function is usually thought of in overly simplistic concepts. Usually, there are two approaches. The first approach with adrenal supplement support falls under the “too little” adrenal hormone. That is, the classic concept of adrenal fatigue is that the adrenal glands don’t make enough adrenal hormones. So, adrenal supplement support is aimed at raising cortisol levels.
On the other hand, the second approach is that the adrenal glands are making way too much cortisol. In this case, adrenal support is aimed at lowering cortisol.
With this approach, supporting the adrenal glands is not only reductionistic, but it’s also very ineffective.
The truth about adrenal fatigue is that the concept of too much adrenal cortisol release, or too little cortisol release is overly simplistic. It ignores the idea that other bodily systems are breaking down beside the adrenals.
As well, it is necessary to understand what impacts the adrenal glands. Knowing what the adrenals are responsible for is also necessary to know. When both are known, the best adrenal supplement support can then be determined.
Stabilizing blood sugar, reducing inflammation, maintaining proper electrolyte balance and hydration, are the primary functions of the adrenal glands.
So, adrenal gland support should focus on all of the above.
Thus, our adrenal supplement support is aimed at addressing the mechanics of cortisol. Meaning, it is more effective to address the things that cause cortisol and the adrenal glands to be “maladaptive”. That way, adrenal support is aimed at addressing the root cause of your broken stress response.
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