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What lies hidden behind your STRESS
a symptom, not a cause. To manage it effectively address the actual causes...
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doubt we each encounter symptoms of stress frequently - even on a daily basis. but then too many of us make this
one mistake. That one simple error makes all the difference in whether we find effective means to reduce
That misstep is this: we
take a symptomatic approach to deciding what - if anything - to do about it. : "I have stress symptoms -
therefore I take this one approach, and that is to override the symptoms by taking an antianxiety pill,"
conditions can lie behind stress symptoms, which means that effectively addressing stress means to ferret out and
address underlying causes.
Here are just some of
Parasympathetic Nervous System imbalances;
Central Nervous System issues;
Chemicals (including petroleum solvents);
Immune Challenges (bacteria, yeast, viruses);
Nutritional deficiencies and/or dysfunctions in all organs and
Pesticides and Xenoestrogens;
Halogens (chlorine and dental fluoride especially);
Birth control choices (ALL pharmaceutical ones create estrogen
Hormone receptor site blockages;
Emotions and Attitude;
Why is it so important to
addresses causes? Here’s an example from the lives of women: When women are under stress, their adrenals secrete
adrenalin and cortisol - too much cortisol for too long weakens connective tissue, suppresses immune system
function and plays havoc with her hormonal system.
But that’s not all. In
long-term stress, progesterone can’t enter its cell receptors due to the presence of adrenalin, resulting in the
symptoms of progesterone depletion, which in turn can lead to bone loss and estrogen
However, these are
SYMPTOMS, not CAUSES! If she seeks help from a ‘paint-by-the-numbers’ or 'treat the symptom' clinician, that
person will look at the results of her hormone lab test, see progesterone depletion and recommend their favorite
product to increase progesterone. Oops!
These are just some of the
reasons that addressing stress symptoms effectively requires a holistic, rather than symptom-oriented approach -
one that searches for, and then effectively addresses causes.
This article was excerpted from Natural Female Hormone
Care online lesson series. For a free questionnaire to assess your own female hormone balance, go to
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