HOW STRESS IS CAUSING YOU DISEASE ? Cortisol is the stress hormone that you should be friends with.

Do you suffer from repeats of cough and cold infections?

Or UTI’s ?

Having extreme tiredness and lethargy inspite of thyroid being normal? Lack of energy always is the way you live your life ?

Do you face fainting, low sugar or low B.P ?

These all symptoms are pointing towards excess stress in your body. Stress is not just mental, it can be physical or physiological too. 

Do you think taking stress or tensions in life is just a part of it ? Actually, if you’re like most people who believe they can easily get away with tensions or lack of sleep, then you’re heading yourself towards long term hormonal and auto-immune diseases and faster ageing. 

As, stress can be: 

  • mental or 
  • physical (excess workout with lack of sleep) or 
  • physiological (which occurs due to long standing infections, surgery, allergies and the like)

Any kind of long standing stress leads to release of cortisol hormone in the blood. Cortisol is released by adrenal glands which are attached on top of each kidney. 
Cortisol should be in normal range (for morning it is 15-30 mcg/100 ml of blood) to avoid the serious health complications in long term. 

Excess stress leads to derangement of cortisol, either it can go up or below the normal range, both conditions are harmful for you. 

Auto-immune diseases involves body’s immunity destroying it’s own organs like in case of multiple sclerosis, lupus, systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis etc. Abnormal cortisol levels due to stress in the body can causes immnune disbalance or hormonal disorders (like irregular periods, hirsutism, acne).
Repeat infections also occur due to immune disorder created by cortisol derangement.

SPAD’s Stress Management Program provides you the most scientifically advanced treatment method to manage your stress and hence correcting your cortisol levels, which is bound to give you vibrant health and boost your energy levels. 

Be Your Best-Self, 
Dr. Vipul Indora, MD