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Physiological Effects of Stress

Cheryl Ravey

Cheryl is our Undercover Superstar, as she manages the entire production of our monthly eMagazine we call Home Cures That Work, our blog and our social media accounts. She recently married and moved from Chicago to the Sunshine State, where she enjoys kayaking, camping and scuba diving with her husband. Cheryl also loves to bake, run, do mission work and travel.

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  1. Chuck

    If one takes DHEA and your body still doesn’t come up. Then what?

  2. Amanda Box ND

    If you’re taking DHEA, make sure you’re taking it in the morning. Also, I would recommend getting a saliva adrenal stress test done, just to make sure it’s your adrenals and not something else. DHEA is a hormone and you can get too much of it, so a test would be a wise idea. If it is your DHEA tests come back low, stay on it of course. Also, if your Cortisol levels are low in the morning, take licorice in the morning as well. Adrenal Fatigue has a long road of recovery, but you can get there!

    Hope this helps!

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