A Quick Test for Adrenal Fatigue

A Quick Test for Adrenal Fatigue

A Quick Test for Adrenal Fatigue

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hey guys we’re back we’re gonna talk about an excellent in very inexpensive way to test for adrenal function it’s actually free and all you have to do is hold your breath and we’re going to do this test and I want you to do this in a bit but let me explain something when you have adrenal fatigue and the adrenals are in very poor shape and that’s the stress gland you will not be able to hold your breath very long so your ability to hold your breath for a long period of time will really indicate if you have an adrenal problem at all because people that have adrenal fatigue cannot go for a very long time maybe 10 seconds and they just really need to bring so here’s what you want to do you want to do this during the fasting period you want to totally relax for a few minutes and you want to breathe out on an exhalation pinch your nose and hold your breath okay well you have a little timer there and just just watch the seconds until the first desire to breathe okay you don’t want to do this while you’re really straining and going through a stressful state you want to go as long as you can until you’re like well I need to breathe and then record how many seconds that would be on a little chart you want to do this over a period of time and it’s kind of like an exercise to strengthen your adrenals but if you can go 40 to 50 seconds you’re in pretty good shape I would recommend doing it several times a day to strengthen the adrenal system you’re going to find it’s going to lower stress it’s gonna improve your energy it’ll improve your oxygen carrying capacity it’ll improve something called the parasympathetic nervous system that’s the opposite of the flutter fight that’s a system that helps you rest and digest it’s going to help you sleep but this is the recovery system so overall it will enhance your ability to your capacity to carry oxygen a lot of athletes do this and I think you should try it out as well so go ahead and do this test and record your seconds down below thanks hey if you’re interested in finding out the underlying cause of your body issues click the link below and take the evaluation quiz

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Dr. Berg shows you how to do a test to measure adrenal function. You need to hold your breath. The longer you can go, the healthier your adrenals. If you have adrenal fatigue, you will not be able to hold your breath very long. If you can hold your breath for 40-50 seconds without straining or stress, you are in good shape. If you practice this over time, several times per day, it can increase your oxygen carrying capacity, improve the parasympathetic nervous system and even your fitness and sleep.

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