If you constantly feel run down and can’t seem to find that extra step, you may have what some experts call Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome. Not to be confused with Adrenal Deficiency Syndrome, which is a medically proven condition, the fatigue syndrome can be brought on by prolonged stress and other factors.
However, while medical professionals still debate the existence of Adrenal Fatigue, it has a name already and you may have the associated symptoms. Luckily, there are also some ways to treat those symptoms. Here are six signs your adrenal glands, which are located atop your kidneys, may need some assistance…
We all have our bouts of being worn out, but Adrenal Fatigue Syndome (we’ll call it AFS for the purposes of this article) can leave you feeling tired even when you haven’t done anything that requires energy, according to AdrenalFatigue.org.
That can leave you with feelings of being run down and needing a nap, or having trouble getting up in the morning even when you’ve had sufficient sleep. You may feel like small tasks have become overwhelmingly large because you just don’t seem to have the energy.