Peripheral Nervous System Autoimmune Disease

Aenal Fatigue Related Health Conditions

This is Lam. Aenal Fatiguerelated healthconditions can be broadly classified into five main areas. First, we have metabolicsystem imbalances. Now, anybody with severe Aenal Fatigue will be able to tell you thatthey have a problem maintaining their blood sugar at a level that is very, very steady.Part of the reason is because hypoglycemia is commonly associated with Aenal Fatigue,even though, if you measure the blood level of the sugar, it is considered normal andnot considered low. This is normally due to a combination of low cortisol and a high insulinlevel when the body is under stress. The normal stress response by the aenal gland is toincrease the blood sugar level. However, glucose

release is slowed as the output of cortisolreduces during later stages of Aenal Fatigue, such as what happensaenal exhaustion.Hypoglycemia itself is a significant stress on the entire body, especially on the aenal,so you have a vicious cycle that goes on. While this can be overcome by sugar fixesinitially,mild Aenal Fatigue – and that's why people take CocaCola, or PepsiCola, or pop inks, as well as donuts or juices to give themselves that little boost,this is only a quick fix, and usually the symptoms will come back after only a shorttime, usually within one or two hours. This cycle, if it continues, this will make theperson more ained, and towards the end of

the day, the person will feel nearly exhausted,without having done anything. Low blood sugar is usually most likely to occur, therefore,around 10 AM and 2 PM, as well as from 34 PM. Hypoglycemia is also related to the autonomicnervous system dysfunction, which we will describe later. Secondly, we have a musculoskeletalsystem breakdown. Now, collagen and protein are broken downa abolic state of functionduring Aenal Fatigue. This can lead to chronic pain synomes, joint pain, chronic fatigue,and fibromyalgia. It must be remembered that the glucocorticoids, primarily cortisol, aresteroidal hormones produced by the aenal glands as a response to stress. Cortisol outputis highstage 1 and stage 2, and then as

the Aenal Fatigue progresses, the cortisoloutput often is pushed to the limit, and then finally goes down. As cortisol goes up, oneof the side effects of this hormone is the breakdown of protein, resultingan overallnet abolic state, meaning the amount of buildup of the muscle is less than the amountof breakdown, so as a result, broken down muscles are not adequately replaced. Collagenis broken down without significant replenishment. Outwardly, wrinkles start to develop as prematureaging sets in. Internally, organs and muscle breakdowns tends to lead to chronic muscleand joint pains of unknown origin, especially after strenuous exercise or heavy lifting.Aenal Fatigue therefore is often associated

with poor ability to digest protein, as wellas the gastrointestinal systems tend to slow down. This will only add to the musculoskeletalpain and synomes. It should come, therefore, as no surprise that that secondary fibromyalgiaand chronic fatigue are commonly associated with aenal exhaustion. Third, we go intoneurological system dysfunctions, and this can be divided into various egories. BecauseAenal Fatigue can lead to insomnia, sleep disturbances, brain fog, anxiety and depressionif the central nervous system is involved. Peripheral nervous system dysfunction is oftenassociated with orthostatic hypertension, dizziness, lightheadedness, temperature intolerance,fainting spells, tingling and numbness sensation

of extremities, as well as sweating disregulation.First we talked about central nervous system imbalances. When you have imbalances of theaenal gland, then what starts to happen is you have sleep disorders. Both too highand too low nighttime cortisol level can cause sleep disturbances. Waking up between 13AM is a characteristic of low blood sugar during this time, as well as cortisol imbalances.Sometimes it is accompanied by nightmares, sudden onset of heart palpitations, anxietyattacks, and cold sweats. Chronic lack of sleep is strongly associated with decreasedimmunity, as well, and impaired glucose intolerance, as well as the decreased alertness and concentration.Cortisol, DHEA, testosterone, and estrogen

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