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<p>Stress is a very broad term, and some things that put stress on our bodies and affect the adrenal glands and the HPA axis include blood sugar swings, digestive issues, food intolerances and sensitivities (like gluten), chronic infections, autoimmune diseases and inflammation. Overworked adrenal glands can lead to hypothyroid symptoms, even though the thyroid is perfectly fine, leading to thyroid hormone resistance (the hormones released become less and less effective), and excess ...

Ashwagandha Benefits Thyroid and Adrenals

Ashwagandha, is an adaptogenic herb popular in Ayurvedic medicine that lowers cortisol and balances thyroid hormones.

Exercises for Adrenal Fatigue

Relaxing exercises for Adrenal Fatigue. Walk for 45 minutes at brisk pace keep heart rate below 100 bpm

Maca Capsules: All around amazing herb. Great for Health Benefits of Maca:- Increases energy and endurance / stamina - Ideal for both men & women! Alleviates chronic exhaustion (fatigue) syndrome & depression - Rebuilds the adrenal system so that your body creates its own energy - Reduces anxiety, stress, & fatigue from work or illness - Has a beneficial action on the circulatory system - Speeds wound healing and reduces anemia - Enhances memory, learning, and mental ability

The Meditation Diet

Straight from the archives: follow the Meditation Diet he has worked out exclusively for BAZAAR—and you, from our May 1972 issue.

How I kicked my Autoimmune Disease into Remission - Autoimmune, Thyroid and Yeast issues addressed here

Relieve Sore Neck Pain

We all hold tension in our neck and shoulders. These are a daily MUST to release the tension. :)

Lupus Survival Guide

This is for ANYONE who doesn't get it! If you care about anyone with Lupus or any autoimmune disease read this!

Free Resources to Try "Yogic Sleep"

Yogic Sleep - 1 hour is as restorative as 3 hours of sleep. The perfect thing for over-worked moms!

Food Allergy Awareness Week: Over 100 Recipes and Resources

Food Allergy Awareness Week: Are You Allergic or Intolerant?