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 The primary functions of AdrenoMend™ are to overcome fatigue disorders by restoring normal function of the adrenal glands and restoring normal stress response to the other systems affected by stress. This is accomplished by first rebalancing the function of the two homeostasis regulatory systems directly involved in adrenal gland function:

Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenocortical (HPA) axis
Sympatho-Adrenomedullary System (SAS)

In addition, AdrenoMend™ rebalances the function of the other homeostasis regulatory systems involved in the stress response. While the adrenal glands play a major role in responding to the demands of stress, the adrenal glands are not the only part of the body affected by stress. The additional homeostasis regulatory systems involved in the stress response include:

Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal (HPG) axis
Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Thyroid (HPT) axis
Neuro-Endocrine-Immune (NEI) system
Glucose-Insulin System (GIS)
Brain Monoaminergic System (BMS)
Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System (RAAS)
Hepatic Detoxification System (HDS)
Cellular Signaling Systems (CSS)
REDuction-OXidation System (REDOX)
Ghrelin-Leptin-Adiponectin System (GLAS)

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 How is AdrenoMend™ used?

AdrenoMend™ is used by healthcare professionals to normalize the function of the adrenal glands, as well as the other homeostasis regulatory systems caused by stressors. AdrenoMend™ improves patients with many conditions including:

Patients experiencing acute stress, with many regulatory systems being affected. In addition to the adrenal glands, acute stress affects all homeostasis regulatory systems. By balancing all homeostasis regulatory systems, AdrenoMend™ can prevent acute symptoms from becoming chronic symptoms.
Patients who have chronic symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue and multiple system fatigue. – AdrenoMend™ can be used to recover from an event or number of events caused the chronic symptoms and multiple system fatigue, by restoring function to the adrenal glands and other homeostasis regulatory systems.
Patients with a medical condition that is not responding to therapies known to cure the condition. When a patient is not responding to a therapy that they should respond to, there is typically poor function of one or more homeostasis regulatory systems. AdrenoMend™ restores function of the homeostasis regulatory systems, so that the patient can overcome the resistance to the therapy.

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AdrenoMend™ Herbs  Synergy of Herbs in AdrenoMend™  Adrenal Health Educational Module  Adrenal Health Protocol

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