When someone has:
Balanced Type Health Risks
Adrenal-thyroid Balanced types experience health issues related to these types, from mild acne to mild high blood pressure. Those with 4 or 5 strong glands may not show much difficulty even under high stress, until the 2 or 3 weaker glands begin to give out. A high-functioning liver is key, so liver problems may show under stress:
Typical Balanced Type Therapies
Exercise, nutrients and life-style should meet the needs of the dominant glands while addressing the weaknesses of the recessive ones. For example, an adrenal-thyroid type should incorporate suggested therapies for both the thyroid type and the adrenal type.
Balanced Gland Hormones
A very strong liver is what makes a balanced type possible.
Someone who is "super-balanced" has high hormone levels from all their dominant glands.
Some hormones influence characteristics in opposing ways. For example, dominant gonad function promotes early puberty while dominant pineal and thymus function promote later puberty.
Oppositions tend to cancel out. Most characteristics, however, have unique influence. A gonad-adrenal-thymus-thyroid type
would be tall and lanky except perhaps with a barrel chest, have profuse body hair and a receeding hair line, enjoy physical endurance
and strong muscles, and have a fast metabolism and quick mind.
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