Adrenal Type Profile

  • Physical Strong, athletic, square jaw and lean muscles, which are very hard without flexing with good tone. Women less so.

  • Emotional Great steady energy with calm, youthful endurance and even-keeled nature. Moments of extreme anger.

  • Social Competitive with self or others. Loves sports or travel and physical activity. Sees life as field to test abilities.

  • Mental Tool and body intelligence. Focus on action, challenges, and overcoming obstacles. Good visualization and building skills.

Adrenal Type Health Risks

Under prolonged stress may experience:

  • High blood pressure
  • Arteriosclerosis
  • Heart disease
  • Risk taking hobbies
  • Occupational hazards
  • Heavy metal toxins
  • Industrial poisoning

Often recessive thyroid function, leading to:

  • Slow metabolism
  • Slow mentality
  • Osteoporosis

And often recessive pineal function, leading to:

  • Poor self-awareness
  • Impaired learning
  • Seasonal depression

May look and feel healthy for many years even under heavy stress, then suddenly collapse.

Typical Adrenal Type Therapies

Supplements: electrolytes, C & B5 for adrenals, and magnesium

Glandulars: thyroid and pineal

Exercise: moderate to heavy exercise

Adrenal Gland Hormones

The adrenal glands are located over the kidneys. They help regulate energy output and muscle development.

  • Adrenalin and noradrenalin increase heart rate, dilate some blood vessels and constrict others, raising blood pressure.
  • Cortisol regulates blood sugar, muscular strength, digestive secretions, kidney function, and resistance to stress.
  • Aldosterone regulates blood pressure and mineral levels (sodium and potassium).
  • DHEA promotes muscle growth and anti-aging. It is linked to improved visualization skills.
  • Pregnenolone promotes energy and vitality.
  • The adrenals also make some sex hormones, and 23 other neuropeptides in small amounts including dopamine, which promotes a drive for movement and physical activity.
Nervous system: balance between sympathetic (fight-or-flight) and parasympathetic (relaxed rest) responses.

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