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The connection between adrenaline dominance and excessive stress

Conditions with ties to adrenaline dominance

  • Attention deficit disorder
  • high blood pressure
  • fibromyalgia
  • depressions/anxiety
  • headaches
  • tinnitus from muscle tension in the neck
  • Anger issues
  • PMDD
  • IBS
  • road rage
  • alcoholism
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • insomnia
  • frequent night time urination
  • teeth grinding when asleep
  • Excess stomach fat
  • intense sugar cravings

Action steps to address adrenaline dominance

  • Load up on high-quality protein, low glycemic carbohydrates, and healthy fats at every meal.
  • Eat every four hours to ensure you have a steady supply of nutrients especially for the brain.
  • Address precise life stressors such as unhealthy relationships, social media addiction, drug addiction, job dissatisfaction, health issues.
  • Get a massage once a week or at least twice per month
  • Go relax at a spa once a week utilizing a sauna, hot tub, steam room.
  • Don’t suppress anger. Confide in friends, seek counseling, keep a journal to express your thoughts.
  • Spend more time in nature. Go for hikes often

Supplements that help with adrenaline dominance/resistance

  • Theanine: an amino acid that helps with relaxation. take 500mg-2000mg two times per day. Great post workout to wind down or anytime you want to relax.
  • GABA: 100mg-200mg helps with relaxation and deep sleep. Also increases GH levels.
  • 5 Http: increases serotonin, reduces sugar cravings, reduces anxiety, and helps with relaxation. 100-200mg before bedtime.
  • Melatonin: 1-6mg before bedtime for deep sleep
  • Progesterone: Life-Flo cream at 10mg 3x per day for men. Women 50mg 3 times per day. Reduces the release of adrenaline by blocking insulin-induced hypoglycemia. Apply to inner arms a few minutes before meals to improve insulin sensitivity.
  • Reishi mushroom: modulates cortisol and helps with stress management at 500mg 2x per day.
  • Rhodiola Rosea powerful adaptogen improves EPO levels for more endurance, increases ATP for real energy. 200-600mg
  • Ashwagandha helps lower cortisol, raise DHEA and Testosterone levels. 150mg of Sensoril three times per day.
  • B vitamins: B vitamins get depleted from too much stress. 1 tab 2-3 times per day with meals.
  • Maca: 2-3 tablespoons per day: helps with adrenal health. Also helps women make more progesterone and is great for estrogen metabolism. Also available as a 20:1 potent extract in caps. 200mg 3x per day.
  • Systemic enzymes; lowers the need for inflammation and the subsequent cortisol surge to lower inflammation. Systemic enzymes are the ultimate recovery supplement and lower c-reactive protein. 3-5 caps ex per day.

Sources and recommended reading

Mastering Leptin by Byron Richards

Adrenaline Dominance by Michael E. Platt, M.D.


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