Adrenal Fatigue and Allergies,

Asthma, Sinuses, Cold, Flu


“One of the most sublime experiences we can ever have to wake up feeling healthy after we have been sick.”
Rabbi Harold Kushner

Millions of people are walking around suffering from respiratory allergies, asthma, recurring colds, and bronchitis and they don’t have to be. You might wonder what Adrenal Fatigue has to do with these other conditions. My answer: Everything. What’s really going on is that Adrenal Fatigue is hidden as allergies or asthma. Once Adrenal Fatigue is properly diagnosed and treated, these other conditions quickly clear up.

The adrenals are an integral part of the endocrine system. The adrenals are walnut-sized glands located on top of each kidney, where they serve as important manufacturing centers for many of the body’s hormones. They are responsible for producing several important hormones and are critical to the stress response. The adrenal glands produce their array of hormones in a complex symphony that is orchestrated by two structures in the brain called the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland.

The adrenals have two parts:

  • The cortex

  • The medulla

The cortex is the outer wrapping of the gland. It produces cortisol, which is a powerful anti-inflammatory hormone. Cortisol controls inflammation. The level of Cortisol in the body affects allergies, wound healing, asthma, fibromyalgia, arthritis, and lupus, just to name a few. The cortex produces also DHEA, and the sex hormones estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.

The medulla, which is the inner part, pours out epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine. These hormones speed up the body's metabolism in order to help us to cope with stress. These are the two most important hormones in the body. They govern the fight or flight response (alarm reaction), and are almost a direct extension of the nervous system.

Along with several other key responsibilities your adrenal gland’s primary purpose is to help you survive in the face of a threat, rallying all your body’s resources into “fight or flight” mode: fear, aggression, stress, by increasing production of adrenaline and cortisol. In critical situation or danger stress serves us as a survival mechanism.

In this program you will learn:

  • What are phases of adrenal fatigue

  • What functions adrenal have

  • What adrenal fatigue does to the immune system

  • What problems adrenal fatigue can be the root

  • What you need to know about oral steroids

  • How to stay away from being sick all the time