Adrenal Fatigue Fundamentals:
What You Need to Know About It and
How to Approach It
Are you one of the millions of Americans who:
Feel tired most of the time?
- Can’t get a good night’s sleep?
- Generally feel lethargic?
- Often experience dizziness?
- Get mildly anxious or depressed from time to time?
- Have some kind of brain fog?
- Can’t seem to lose weight?
These could be signs that you’re suffering from Adrenal Fatigue and either you don’t know it or you suspect it but can’t confirm it with your doctor. We find many people in our coaching program have these same problems.
The majority of adults suffer from this chronic condition at least once in their lives, and the challenge in tackling it is twofold:
- Most people believe such symptoms are just part of leading a busy life with many responsibilities, or just part of getting older
- The mainstream medical community hasn’t yet caught onto the condition and instead often writes these symptoms off as signs of some other issue, such as depression
But these symptoms are not a natural part of aging or leading a busy life. There is a reason behind these symptoms, there is a reason you’re not getting better even if you’re taking your supplements and exercising regularly, and there’s a reason why you can’t find the help you need.
At this time, Adrenal Fatigue has not yet been recognized by mainstream medicine, and most conventional physicians have not been taught anything about it in medical school.
This pattern has happened in the past with many chronic conditions. It sometimes takes decades for mainstream medicine to accept patients’ legitimate concerns with a yet-unrecognized condition.
A similar path happened with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome many years ago, for example, until health professionals began to take their patients’ experience more seriously and realized that such vast numbers of similar complaints must mean something.
But for the time being, most sufferers of Adrenal Fatigue or adrenal burnout will have trouble finding the validation and relief they need. Instead, they will be met with skepticism or, worse, be misdiagnosed. Most sufferers will go to their healthcare provider with different Adrenal Fatigue symptoms and get one or several tests done. The results are likely to rule out other conditions but fail to solve their primary problem. Identifying the root cause of these symptoms and helping you on your path to recovery is one of the main goals of our coaching program.