Although stress-related conditions like Adrenal Fatigue are becoming increasingly common, many in the medical professional still do not give them the recognition they deserve. There are many ways in which stress can impact your health, and chronic stress in particular can lead to hormonal depletion, exhaustion, and adrenal fatigue. All of these realizations can lead us on a path of discovery, understanding what our problems are and how or what can we do to change – to learn new ways of “being”. Here is the 9 changes that you can make to your lifestyle that will ensure a full adrenal recovery.
#1. Modify your exercise
There are many benefits to regular exercise and although it may be difficult at first to get going, many of my patients marvel at how well they feel after a workout. If this is you, stick with it. However, some people will feel absolutely exhausted and their energy levels depleted. If this is the case then one needs to slowly introduce exercise into your daily life. Mornings are best for aerobic exercise because this is when your cortisol is naturally highest, but try not to let your heart rate go above 90 beats per minute. If aerobics are not for you, then find something that is not so demanding like a relaxing walk, yoga, or any kind of exercise that restores you instead of draining you. Source