Magnesium, Minerals and Adrenal Fatigue – Carolyn Dean MD ND

Replay Announcement – This weekend Dr. Carolyn Dean was a guest panelist at the NBA All-Star weekend, discussing many aspects of magnesium deficiency and anxiety and so tonight’s radio show is a replay of a previous recorded and related topic.

Ongoing stress and anxiety fosters adrenal fatigue,  stress-related condition that occurs when the adrenal glands, hypothalamus and pituitary gland (together – the HPA axis) are functioning below their optimal level. Although you might not have heard of the adrenals, they perform several vital roles in maintaining your health. Most importantly, they control your body’s response to stress by releasing hormones like cortisol, DHEA and epinephrine, which are used to regulate your heart rate, immune system, energy storage and more.

When the adrenal glands are overstimulated for a long period of time, they begin to weaken. Typical causes of Adrenal Fatigue include long term stress, diet or even prolonged use of antibiotics or pharmaceuticals. Eventually, the adrenals weaken so much that they are unable to respond adequately when we need them. Fortunately, the good news is that Adrenal Fatigue can be corrected with some basic minerals and a change in diet.  Tonight, in during our live radio show replay, Dr. Carolyn Dean outlines her protocol for adrenal fatigue and thyroid insufficiency as well as taking questions from our callers.

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  1. Hi. I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism in my early twenties. I have been on Levothyroxine (generic) and very recently switched up to Synthroid (brand). I have been experiencing hair loss and that is something my Endo cant fix. I want to be completely out of my synthroid but I do not know where or how to begin. I just ordered Remag and Remyte. Can I eliminate synthroid while on Remag and Remyte or do I slowly phase it out? Help? 🙂

    • Hello! Dr. Dean never recommends stopping your current drug therapy – but she will recommend adding ReMag and ReMyte to the structure and function of your cells and working with your doctor to adjust your dosing as you feel the improvement and empowerment of these minerals over time.

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