Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome
By Jim Wilson, N.D., D.C., Ph.D. (with a foreword by Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.)
$16.95 - 361 pages, Softcover
Find out what adrenal fatigue is and how you can recover your:
Energy, Immune Resistance, Vitality and Enjoyment of Life
Do you have adrenal fatigue?
- Tired for no reason?
- Having trouble getting up in the morning?
- Need coffee or colas to keep you going?
- Feeling run down and stressed?
- Crave salty or sweet snacks?
- Struggling to keep up with life's daily demands?
- Can't bounce back from stress or illness?
- Not having fun anymore?
- Decreased sex drive?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above, you need this book!
Includes a self-test questionaire to determine if you have adrenal fatigue and, if so, how severe (page 61). With clear, easy to understand direction, Dr. Wilson shows you not only how to find out if you are suffering from adrenal fatigue, but what to do to feel good again.
"When I read this book I started crying because someone described what I had been experiencing for the past several years but unable to express. It answered so many questions about my health and for the first time, I also understood my teen-aged daughter's health patterns & behavior."
-- Tania Vasquez
"The questionnaire alone is worth the price of the book. Anybody under stress needs to read this awesome book. It will give you your life back."
-- Marie Wagner, Book reviewer
"I heard Dr. Wilson's lecture at ACAM 4 different times and each time I learned something new. He is a great communicator."
-- Stephen Feig, M.D.
"If every doctor would read this and apply the information in it, their approach to stress would change."
-- Michael Stone, D.C.
"This is the missing book in health. It describes what every doctor sees almost every day but is being either missed or misdiagnosed in almost every case."
-- Ward Dean M.D., Co-Author of Smart Drugs & Nutrients
"There can be no question that many patients are still being neglected or misdiagnosed because of the widespread attitude [in medicine] that the only adrenal deficiency is Addison's disease. These individuals go about in a constant state of ill health without episodes severe enough to cause hospitalization and without a clear-cut diagnosis"
-- E. Steinfield, M.D. http://www.smart-publications.com/bios/james-l-wilson-nd-dc-phd/