Adrenal Fatigue 2

 Beyond Fight or Flight

  • Signs and Symptoms
  • Cortisol Dysfunction
  • Immunity Connection
  • Effects on Hormones
  • Four Stages of Progression
  • Biotherapeutic Drainage, Homeopathic and Supplement Protocols
  • Key Dietary and Lifestyle Recommendations

ADRENAL FATIGUE – Beyond the Fight or Flight Response 

Tests For Adrenal Fatigue:

The Orthostatic Test: take their blood pressure lying down and then have them stand up quickly and measure it again. If the blood pressure drops by 10 points, we know we have some adrenal fatigue. You can also take a flashlight or a small concentrated light and put it up to the eye. The pupil should contract. If the iris can’t hold the contraction, we have adrenal fatigue. Another test is the Sargeant’s White Line. Take a blunt instrument, like a ballpoint pen without the nib sticking out, and draw a line across the abdomen. It should turn into a red line because you aggravated the skin. If the line stays white and doesn’t turn red, we have some adrenal fatigue. We will also discuss signs and symptoms of Low Thyroid. In 80% of cases it is actually Adrenal Fatigue.  You may also access our Adrenal vs Thyroid test that the Client complete. This form is included in our Handouts. Adrenals, Thyroid, Gonads – when one is out of balance, they all become out of balance.  Generally, the Adrenals burn out first, next the Gonad points may weaken, and then the Thyroid goes down.  So, finding the cause is really important.  Often this can be done through a thorough patient history.  Listen very carefully to his or her story and take notes, preferably using a historical time line, so that you can discover what came first.  



Presented By:

  1. Lynne Hinton, BSc, BEd, ROHP, CHCP
  2. Marlene Marshall, CNP, ROHP, CHCP
  3. Gilda Rovan, BA, DIHom(Pract), ROHP

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