About adrenal fatigue – Ramblings


My most difficult task is to slow down.

I mean, it’s not so difficult to slow down, the most difficult thing is to stop longing to achieve lots and lots of things.

After about 2 years of trial and errors with my health I came to the conclusion that I need to stop the cortisol and adrenaline rush to be allow my body to recover from the prolonged stress it went through.

I still have the feeling at the end of the day that I have not achieved anything that day (even if caring for 3 preschool and school children, with various health issues, is quite a task in itself).

I still have to force myself to limit my “screen” time and especially to limit it 1.5 – 2 hrs before going to bed.

I still have to use all my “force” to convince myself to go to sleep at 9.30 (for a 7.30 wake-up) to be able to achieve my 10 hours sleep a night.

I still have to be extremely disciplined to avoid getting 20 books from the library (which really stresses me out) at once.

I am just doing my best!






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