14 Signs Of High Cortisol And How To Lower It

High Cortisol can wreak havoc on you. If your levels are high, it can cause a myriad of issues. Learn how to lower your levels now.
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If you are living in a state of stress, chances are your Cortisol is overproducing. Cortisol is the stress hormone and it can absolutely overpower your body and mind.

The good news is that some sensible lifestyle and dietary changes can make a world of difference and lower your Cortisol levels and improve your immune system in the process.

via Dr.Axe

Symptoms Of High Cortisol Levels

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According to Dr. Axe, weight gain around your stomach, a puffy and flushed face are a couple of the most noticeable symptoms.

Increased anxiety, excessive thirst, and irregular periods make the list also. Cortisol is the root of many common issues and when you put your focus on regulating this hormone, everything changes.

Stress Is No Good For You Video

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When we shared the video above, it shows how stress affects your body. It’s important that you understand that stress is something that has hugely damaging effects on your body.

Until you achieve control over your reactions and your stress levels, your body and mind will continue to exist in an emergency mode.

One way that is highly effective is meditation. We highly recommend you learn this practice. It has been a game-changer for us and should be part of your daily wellness program.

To view the video, click play above and then continue scrolling for infographic and Dr. Bergs’s explanation of Cortisol.

Anxiety Bracelets have also proven popular. You can get one here.

How To Lower Cortisol Levels

via Dr. Eric Berg

Today we are sharing with you this excellent video explanation from Dr. Eric Berg. He explains the steps that you can take to reduce your Cortisol levels. He has some extremely good information that you won’t want to miss. Click Play above now ^

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