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Submitted on: 12-02-2013; Answers: 14; Tagged under: Chronic Fatigue       ✘ Report abuse
Q Not sure which therapy would suit me. I have continual exhaustion and have been diagnosed as having adrenal fatigue. Look forward to hearing from you.

A Further to my last posting on this topic the article I mentioned on the difference between Healing and Dealing with Symptoms can be read in full at http://jasminesampson.blogspot.co.nz/
Answered by: Jasmine Sampson Ltd;
Answered on: 15-02-2013;
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A As others have suggested managing your stress levels is essential as well as addressing the symptoms.
I would recommend both the Daily Meditation and the Healing Meditation I offer free at this link http://www.how-to-create-miracles.com/free_guided_meditations.html

That will put you onto my newsletter list to receive a regular article about aspects of well-being.

I have also written an article about the difference between Healing and Dealing with Symptoms - you can request a copy via my website at this link http://www.how-to-create-miracles.com/contact-Jasmine.html

Blessings to you
Jasmine
Answered by: Jasmine Sampson Ltd;
Answered on: 14-02-2013;
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A From what I understand, Adrenal Fatigue is when your adrenal glands struggle to work properly due to your body being over stressed or overwhelmed. Because the adrenal glands produce important hormones which govern many of the functions of our bodies this becomes a concerning issue.
Although Massage Therapy will not ‘solve’ the problem it will complement any treatment you have addressing the main causes of your Adrenal Fatigue. In general Massage Therapy helps the body to cope with stress, it can alleviate tension, invigorates the body and it releases feel good endorphins that help the body heal naturally. Massage benefits the endocrine system including the adrenal glands by stimulating and/or relaxing the organs which helps to increase, improve, and regenerate the system.
So regular Massage may assist you to de-stress both physically and physiologically therefore helping with your exhaustion and other symptoms of your adrenal fatigue.
I hope you find some relief.
Annika
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A Nutritional Therapy can help improve the symptoms of adrenal fatigue. You can increase your energy by balancing your blood sugar levels i.e. having regular mealtimes and snacks,and making improvements to the types of foods you are eating. It is also very likely that you will need to supplement with nutrients that are needed for adrenal hormone production.

Cheers,

Shona

www.nutritionworkshop.co.nz
09 846 1160
Answered by: Nutrition Workshop;
Answered on: 13-02-2013;
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A This is common for people who tend towards work/life imbalance and experience alot of stress. Changing stress patterns (collapsing the neural pathways and learning to access calmer states of mind) can be very useful. This is an area of coaching I specialise in - karen@freshwaysforward.co.nz.
I would also recommend checking out the Lightning Process which seems to get very good results for chronic fatigue - http://www.empowertherapies.co.nz/the-lightning-process.
Warm wishes, Karen
Answered by: Start With You - Karen Ross, Expert Coach;
Answered on: 13-02-2013;
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A Reiki could certainly help you to lift your energy levels.
Answered by: Reiki and Remedies;
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A Hi, my answer would be to look into your diet, lifestyle and start from there, that's great that you are looking for solutions-that's the first step to success, happy to offer complementary breakthrough session -
Fill out the form on my website:
http://karina-kanafa.healthcoach1.integrativenutrition.com/connect-2057

You can find out there more about me and how I work,
Kindly, Karina
Answered by: Ur Bright Life;
Answered on: 13-02-2013;
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A Hi.
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Therapy work really well for most conditions including chronic fatigue. I also give advice on diet and lifestyle in conjunction with Traditional Chinese Medicine principles. You can go to my website www.aroha-acupuncture.co.nz or contact me on belinda@aroha-acupuncture.co.nz
Thanks
Belinda
Answered by: Aroha Acupuncture;
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A Hello
Adrenal Fatigue is one of the most pervasive, under diagnosed health conditions affecting people today. We can get you on the road to recovery with a personal recovery programme.Completing a simple questionnaire will enable us to define the severity and determine the right programme for you. To find out more, or for a copy of the questionnaire, call Elizabeth at Nousoma Health Centre (09) 5211 794 or email elizabeth@nousoma.co.nz.
Answered by: Nousoma Health Centre;
Answered on: 12-02-2013;
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A Hi there.

I am a homeopath amongst other things and have a long career in health care. I would be very happy to talk to you. Nutritional adrenal support may be very helpful too. But as important to me as anything in terms of restoring your health and energy is what happened before you started to experience this. If you would like to give me a call in confidence my number is 021 - 263 - 2859. Regards Sue
Answered by: Stillwater Homeopathic and Well Being Centre;
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A Hello. This can be somewhat debilitating, and often people with this condition feel that there is no end to the exhaustion! I am curious - did a medical doctor diagnose you with Adrenal Fatigue? And if so, was it based on diagnostic tests or your clinical symptoms and history?

I work with a range of modalities - I am a registered Nurse with qualifications in Medical herbalism, nutrition, naturopathy and herbal medicine - visit my website for more information.

Based on a consultation and your personal philosophies we draft a treatment plan together - working within the bounds of your abilities. Some people find it difficult to make a large number of changes at once, so if you are one of those, we will concentrate on the most important things first.

You have taken a great "first step".. I wish you well on your chosen path to recovery.

Kind regards
Sharon
Answered by: House of Health Ltd;
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A In my experience chronic fatigue requires, as it's first treatment, a complete lifestyle change. My recommendation is to seek coaching from an holistic lifestyle coach. You will need to review your daily habits, sleep patterns, diet and nutrition in order to allow your adrenals to recover and resume normal function. I can offer that service. I can work with you via Skype or phone. My contact is at the bottom of this message...
Meanwhile get some relaxation massages, drink plenty of NZ spring water and get plenty of sleep and rest time. If it feels right, learn meditation or relaxation techniques. Listen to soothing music. Eat only whole foods - no fast food or plastic-wrapped items. Check out EFT on YouTube.com and use it to allay your stress and anxiety.
And laugh lots.
Answered by: Your Essential Wellbeing;
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A Hi there, I work with NESHealth and SCENAR therapy and have used these two modalities to successfully treat people with similar symptoms you mention. I combine these with nutritional advice as correct nutritional support is important for vital and optimal wellbeing. You can visit www.beyondhealth.co.nz for more information or you can phone me on 09 414 4960. Best in health Jan
Answered by: BEYOND HEALTH;
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A Naturopathy would be excellent. Naturopaths are able to look at all the influences which contribute to exhaustion including adrenal fatigue.
You will need to be willing to make changes in your diet and lifestyle as well as supplements and or herbal medicines. Many nutrients, water, quality fats, B vitamins, magnesium co enzyme Q10 and more, are very important for optimal energy. Contact Jaine Kirtley by clicking the link below to find out more information and to make your appointment.
Answered by: Bay Health Clinic;
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