Adrenal Fatigue caused by the gland
Adrenal fatigue is a collection of signs and symptoms, known as a syndrome, that results when the adrenal glands function below the necessary level. Most commonly associated with intense or prolonged stress, it can also arise during or after acute or chronic infections, especially respiratory infections such as influenza, bronchitis, or pneumonia… you live with a general sense of un-wellness, tiredness or “grey” feelings. People experiencing adrenal fatigue often have to use coffee, colas, and other stimulants to get going in the morning and to prop themselves up during the day.
“The adrenal glands respond to all types of stress in the same way… It is important to know that all stresses are additive and cumulative. The number of stresses, whether or not you recognize them as stresses, the intensity of each stress, and the frequency with which it occurs plus the length of time it is present, all combine to form your total stress load.” together with this it is necessary to be aware of connections in the body system.
Digestive and glandular systems
The digestive and glandular systems are closely related to the autonomic nervous system, which is also called the “abdominal brain”. It consists of two parts, the sympathetic and the parasympathetic, which control all our involuntary body functions and must be rhythmically balanced with one another for our metabolism and immune systems to function properly. At THE BALANCE we are able to measure this balance in a unique way via tools that assess what is known as Heart Rate Variability (HRV).
By eliminating all influencing factors (e.g. dental foci, food allergies, mineral, vitamin, and trace element deficiencies, electromagnetic stress, disorders of the autonomic nervous system, etc. more than 80% of all patients we treat for these basic disorders fully recover. Virtually all of our metabolic patients significantly improve thanks to our medicines, without having to take the drugs commonly prescribed that involve adverse side effects. With diabetes patients, the insulin dose they need can frequently be reduced. But especially the quality of life and overall wellbeing improve immensely.