The adrenal glands sit atop the kidneys. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
We all experience stress on a regular basis, because we are a society living on the edge. The result of this constant stress is Adrenal fatigue. The tiny adrenals glands are responsible for moderating your stress response and balancing many other hormones in the body. As the great balancer of more than 50 hormones in the body, the adrenal glands have a broad impact on your health and energy. They also synthesize hormones, including androgens and their precursors, such as testosterone and DHEA, as well as estrogens and progesterone — which is why it becomes very important to support our adrenal glands as we (women) approach menopause.
You might think that this doesn’t apply to you and you haven’t had any hormonal problems or that you are handling your stress. But there are many other symptoms associated with strained adrenals that should be considered warning signs that you need to address. Continue reading
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This Lunch Looks Simply Inspiring
I found this great post and photo @ Living and Loving Life “Healthy Lunch Inspiration by Lize-Mari Arthur Enjoy..
“It doesn’t matter whether it’s a plate of food, school lunch box or lunch bag for hubby, what you put inside is what counts. Continue reading
Who Knew This Muscle Was So Important
Anatomy Chart courtesy of FCIT
So What is the Gluteus Medius Anyway???
Gluteus Medius syndrome is characterized by pain in the buttocks, lateral hip,groin or the sacro iliac joint. Often times prolonged sitting can increase pain. Continue reading