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Adrenal Stress Index (ASI) Test Results + Restoration Plan

Adrenal Stress Index (ASI) Test Results + Restoration Plan
Posting the Adrenal Stress Index (ASI) Test results received from Diagnos-Techs, Inc. Note the images 4 and 5, which provide a great restoration plan approach to resolving the adrenal deficiencies found in the test. Hoping this may be helpful for folks out there that have seen similar results, but are unsure how to proceed.          

 

Adrenal Stress Index (ASI) Test Results + Restoration PlanDynamic Neural Retraining Program (DNRS)

 

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  • Maff
    Maff says #
    Thanks for posting the great info. Glad you are having good success with your treatment, particularly with restoring a normal circ
  • TheStache
    TheStache says #
    I have seen success following the suggestions, specifically those listed on the last page: 1a) Optimize DHEA/cortisol balance In
  • susiecax
    susiecax says #
    Wow this was helpful I'm in total adrenal insufficiency Anybody had success with the suggested supplements?
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Do You Know How Toxic Your Life Is?

Do You Know How Toxic Your Life Is?
Intentionality in changing our buying and cleaning habits is vital for protecting our well-being. In order to be stronger and live longer, we must choose to create a healing habitat that effectively eliminates toxins in our bodies and reduces the source of toxins in our environment so that restoration of optimum health can occur.   These check-points will alert you to some of the ways to improve your health through behavioral changes:   1. Check in your sink and under it   Dishwashing liquid residue is left on dishes and eaten, use a non-toxic alternative such as Seventh Generation Free & Clear Laundry Liquid Clean your sponge; studies have shown that the degree of contamination of sponges of a hundred million to one billion microorganisms of any kind per sponge. Wash your sponge (put it in your dishwasher even). Toxic chemical arsenal under the sick! Yes, most of us are...
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    I’ve been a regular face at the hospital to get treatment for my condition. After a very long time, I kind of almost gave up. Th
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The work of The European Society for ME

European Society for ME - Research & Knowledge
 I received an email update this week on the work of the European Society for ME (ESME) that I thought you may be interested in. ESME is a Think Tank of top scientists in fields relevant to myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) where the latest research and knowledge on the illness can be discussed and efforts made to propogate this to the medical profession to improve care for patients. ESME was founded just last year and had its launch meeting on June 13th, in Stavanger, Norway. The launch was well covered by the mainstream media and the following are summaries of this coverage with links to full articles and videos.   ESME Press Summary 2009 SKY NEWS - UK In connection with ESME's Think Tank meeting in Norway, Sky News aired a story on the 13th of June with the heading, "Could a Cure for ME be Near?" In the piece,...
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Check out my hip, savvy social network for EIs

Planet Thrive's new homepage!
Hey all, Just wanted to let everyone know that my website Planet Thrive was recently freshened up, with an updated design and some great new features! We have close to 1500 members, and we are growing every day. Please come check us out. Here are some highlights of the new features we just unveiled: EI Lifestyles - featuring inspirational people and places. Read our first feature on the inspiring world traveler Mirjam, MCS Adventuressa, now exploring Brazil for cleaner air. Latest News - for chemical sensitivity, electrical sensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, myalgic encephalomyelitis, gulf war syndrome, autism, cancer, and other environmentally based illnesses MCS-TV - live TV and video library for Environmental Illness and related conditions (thanks to MCS-International!) Mind Games - all new games to exercise our injured brains!! We also just posted an interview with filmmaker Michael Roland Williams and Karen Noseff of the upcoming Black Mold...
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    Maff says #
    Thanks for the nice comments Julie. If a small percentage of those 70,000 visitors find something useful it's worth all the effort
  • earthwalker
    earthwalker says #
    Thanks Maff Hope you don't mind the PR via your site. I am still amazed that you are getting 70,000 visitors per month. That is so
  • Maff
    Maff says #
    Hi earthwalker, Thanks for letting us know about the updates to Planet Thrive. It sounds like you've made some great additions. I
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The many faces of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Many of you will have seen the news this week on this site and elsewhere that seven subtypes of chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) have been catergorized based on new genetic research. This is fascinating stuff. Not only does it give us a deeper understanding of what is going on in ME/CFS and offer the hope of diagnostic tests and treatments in the not too distant future, but it also puts another (rather large!) nail in the coffin of the idea that the disease is psychological in origin. Let's face it, this idea should have been buried years ago but its proponents (mainly psychiatrists) are a stubburn lot! ME/CFS has always been a highly puzzling illness for researchers because despite obvious commonalities between patients, chronic fatigue being the obvious one, there are also many differences. These can be grouped into different areas of investigation: Illness Onset A proportion of patients can trace...
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    adminv15 says #
    I for one, am thrilled whenever any new research findings are made public that back up the actual physiological changes which occu