Adrenal Hypofunction – Addison’s Disease Wellness

Adrenal Hypofunction – Addison’s Disease Wellness Protocols


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Hormone imbalances can cause many problems.  Cushing Syndrome a condition when your cortisol level increase higher than normal. Let’s talk about Addison Disease. Addison’s disease is a disorder that occurs when your body produces insufficient amounts of certain hormones produced by your adrenal glands. In Addison’s disease, your adrenal glands produce too little cortisol and often insufficient levels of aldosterone as well. Cortisol belongs to a class of hormones called glucocorticoids, which affect almost every organ and tissue in the body. Cortisol’s most important job is to help the body respond to stress. Among its many vital tasks, cortisol helps * maintain blood pressure and cardiovascular function
* slow the immune system’s inflammatory response
* maintain levels of glucose—a form of sugar used for energy—in the blood
* regulate the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats The symptoms of adrenal insufficiency usually begin gradually. The most common symptoms are : * chronic, worsening fatigue
* muscle weakness
* loss of appetite
* weight loss Other symptoms can include : * nausea
* vomiting
* diarrhea
* low blood pressure that falls further when standing, causing dizziness or fainting
* irritability and depression
* a craving for salty foods due to salt loss
* hypoglycemia, or low blood glucose
* headache
* sweating
* in women, irregular or absent menstrual periods Lab tests can confirm that you have Addison’s disease. If you don’t treat it, it can be fatal. You will need to take hormone pills for the rest of your life. If you have Addison’s disease, you should carry an emergency ID. It should say that you have the disease, list your medicines and say how much you need in an emergency. Treatment of Addison’s disease involves replacing, or substituting, the hormones that the adrenal glands are not making. Cortisol is replaced orally with hydrocortisone tablets, a synthetic glucocorticoid, taken once or twice a day. If aldosterone is also deficient, it is replaced with oral doses of a mineralocorticoid, called fludrocortisone acetate (Florinef)), which is taken once a day.




Disclaimer: These Wellness Protocols are not intended to replace the attention or advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare professional. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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