Take a FREE 50-question Adrenal Fatigue questionnaire to identify the severity and source of your fatigue and how you can begin your journey towards overcoming it!
If you’re wondering whether you might be suffering from adrenal fatigue, look no further. Here at Global Health Clinics, we offer a free, comprehensive test designed by world-renowned adrenal fatigue expert Dr James Wilson who we collaborate with on treatment plans with a high level of success.
This test can help identify the severity and source of your fatigue and start you on your journey towards recovery. This detailed questionnaire has been designed by Dr James Wilson, one of the world’s leading authorities on adrenal fatigue. And as we said, it’s free - when you become a free Beat Fatigue Club member, you can access this test as often as you like.
This test will help you discover whether your adrenal glands are functioning as they should. If you’re ready to get started on your journey to regaining energy and vitality, Global Health Clinics can help provide you with an adrenal fatigue test today.
Adrenal Fatigue is an umbrella term that describes the signs and symptoms resulting from suboptimal functioning of the adrenal glands. This is usually associated with intense or chronic stress, but it can also result from other infections, like influenza, bronchitis, and pneumonia.
The adrenal glands make multiple hormones, including the stress hormone cortisol. According to the theory of adrenal fatigue, excess periods of stress or illness can deplete the adrenal glands of their hormones. This reduces their functioning and can cause various symptoms and consequences as a result.
An adrenal fatigue test is essential if you suspect you might be suffering from adrenal fatigue because it is not a readily identifiable diagnosis. You might be suffering from adrenal fatigue and have no apparent signs of a physical illness. But, under the surface, you might still be suffering from a general sense of dullness and tiredness.
The main symptom is constant fatigue, that remains no matter how much sleep or rest you get. People suffering from adrenal fatigue usually need to turn to energy drinks, coffee, and other stimulants to get going in the morning or stay going through the days.
Thinking about taking an adrenal fatigue test? Here are a few key symptoms to look out for:
In women, adrenal fatigue can also affect hormone cycles and menstrual flow, PMS, perimenopause, and menopause.
Reduction in the adrenal glands’ functioning can also compromise the other organs’ ability to function at their best. This can lead to other health issues. For this reason, it’s vital to get an adrenal fatigue test to address this condition before it begins to affect the rest of your body and causes other problems. Otherwise, you might be faced with more complex and costly treatment.
Now that you know all the trouble adrenal fatigue can cause, you might be wondering what the best treatment for it is. Look no further - the team here at Global Health Clinics have the tools to give you an accurate assessment of the causes of your fatigue. We’ll look at your nutritional profile, blood oxygen levels, and thyroid function as part of a comprehensive adrenal fatigue test. We’ll then give you a detailed programme to address factors contributing to your discomfort. This could include diet, exercise, relaxation tools, supplements, emotional therapy, and more.
We also offer 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month maintenance plans to get ongoing support as you return to achieving peak levels of vitality and functioning.
Are you ready to recover from fatigue? With Global Health Clinics’ Beat Fatigue Programme, you can start feeling better at last. For a comprehensive assessment and to get started on your journey to vitality, get in touch with us at +64 (09) 488 0208.
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