Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome

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Smart Publications, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 361 pages
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Adrenal fatigue is a deficiency in adrenal gland functioning that can result in debilitating symptoms ranging from lethargy to lowered sex drive to weight gain. James Wilson draws on 24 years of clinical experience and research to help readers determine if they have adrenal fatigue and learn how to treat it. Beginning with a diagnostic questionnaire, he moves through the causes, symptoms, and treatment of the condition through lifestyle and dietary modification.

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This book will waken your senses. If you think eating junk food is bad, then wait till you read what the rest of America's food chain can do to you. Simply removing some foods from your diet can ... Read full review

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I’d never heard of adrenal fatigue until a friend bought me a copy of this book on the basis that she felt I may have this condition. Having read the early chapters that determine if you may or may ... Read full review

Contents

How Adrenal Function Affects Your Everyday Life
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What Causes Adrenal Fatigue
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Signs and Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue
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