Here’s the thing: there is no world in which we can picture ourselves having too little to do. Like, not one. Too-busy-to-fathom has pretty much become the MO of the moment, and things don’t really seem to be slowing down. Sure, you might try meditating from time to time, or doing a mind-relaxing yoga sequence when you’re feeling overwhelmed, but at the end of the day, most of our well-intentioned stress-combatting efforts tend to put the focus on alleviating the emotional toll of stress without taking into account the physical. And at the end of the day, no matter how hard your working to keep your mental health going strong in the face of chronic stress, it’s hard not to feel consistently bogged down by everything you’ve got going on when you’re not addressing the physical ramifications of stress; most notably, adrenal fatigue.
What is adrenal fatigue?
Okay, this might not be the first time you’re hearing about adrenals, but what’s the deal here, really? The adrenals are two little glands on top of your kidneys that are primarily responsible for producing and regulating the stress hormone, cortisol. When functioning properly, your adrenal glands help your body manage stress, as well as regulate your metabolism and facilitate communication between organs in the body. In other words, your adrenals are two of the key players when it comes to coping with and managing stress.
Unfortunately, when your usual stress levels start to get a little bit out of hand, your adrenals start losing their ability to respond to the stress properly. So in the face of chronic stress, what ends up happening is that your adrenals stop producing enough stress-regulating hormones in your body to combat that anxiety, and you’re often left dealing with symptoms like brain fog, chronic tiredness, body aches, sleep difficulties, and lightheadedness, as a result. What this all boils down to in the end is what’s known as adrenal fatigue.
How can you overcome symptoms of adrenal fatigue?
Keeping adrenal fatigue at bay starts with keeping chronic stress at bay, and, again, that’s a lot easier said than done. But just because chronic stress is hard to keep in check, that doesn’t necessarily mean that dealing with adrenal fatigue is out of the question. Instead, it just means that you might need a little extra help to get the job done.
That’s where WellPath SOOTHE comes into play. The new adrenal and thyroid support supplement from WellPath helps regulate hormone production and promote balance within your body on a cellular level to help with your natural stress response on a daily basis. The expertly-crafted formula uses natural ingredients like Ashwagandha, L-Tyrosine, Schisandra, Eleuthero, and Selenium to help your body naturally address irregularities in energy levels, metabolism, cortisol, blood pressure, and more. Plus, as your adrenals and thyroid often go hand in hand, SOOTHE also helps support healthy thyroid function.
Plus, in addition to being super effective as far as tackling adrenal fatigue, WellPath SOOTHE, like most WellPath products, boasts a totally non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, and vegetarian solution that is easy to introduce into pretty much any lifestyle.
So yes, while shutting down chronic stress may not always be possible, dealing with the way your body deals with that stress is, so long as you’ve got the right tools in your stress-fighting arsenal.