You have trouble getting up in the mornings, you always feel tired for no reason, you're constantly run down, you're always falling sick and you crave salty foods often. If these symptoms are the story of your life, there's a good chance that you suffer from adrenal fatigue.
The biggest contributor to a fatigued adrenal system is stress. You guessed that, didn't you?
Thankfully, as soon as you begin to practise stress-relieving methods, your adrenals begin to heal and symptoms disappear. One of the best ways to get your stress levels down is by practising yoga.
Keep reading to to learn more about yoga as a powerful tool to restore your adrenals.
How practising yoga can help improve adrenal fatigue
Yoga is a fantastic exercise
for many different reasons. Not only is the physical aspect of it helpful to cycle out all the excess hormones in your body, but the mental aspect is super-beneficial as well.
Forms of meditation such as yoga that incorporate slow movements help slow down your heart rate and shift your body from the sympathetic “fight or flight” mode, to the parasympathetic “rest and digest mode”.
You see, when your body is in “stress
mode”, your adrenals become inflamed and, not to mention, fatigued. The minute you reduce your levels of stress, your mind and body calms down, and your adrenals get a chance to recover.
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And what do recovered adrenals translate to? They translate to “adrenal fatigue be gone”!
Locate your nearest yoga studio and get started today!
To find your nearest yoga studio, a quick Google search is all that’s required. There are loads in Johannesburg. Many gyms, such as Virgin Active, also offer daily yoga classes. Sign up and start feeling the benefits today!
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