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Does Your Dogs' Adrenal Glands Need These???

STRESS is something that all our dogs face on a day to day basis and it can be impossible to eliminate all stress from their lives. So managing stress effectively is a far better option. Our dogs are equipped with their very own self healing system and so , in order to deal with stress, their adrenal glands produce certain stress hormones such as cortisol to help keep them going through any stressful situations. But often the level of stress our dogs face everyday can place its own stress on these tiny glands. So today I want to share my top 5 supportive supplements to help keep these glands healthy and strong. So stay tuned to learn more. When your dogs adrenal glands don’t produce adequate anti-stress steroid hormones including cortisol, their body’s ability to cope with stress is reduced and this can come from an adrenal gland that is becoming fatigued. Many things can lead to adrenal fatigue including both physical and emotional stress, poor living situations, poor diet, an overload of chemicals and medications like steroids can cause these glands to start to fatigue in their function. Experiences such as grief, trauma or any kind and even autoimmune conditions can have this negative impact on the adrenals causing them to weaken. Your dogs adrenal glands have a very profound effect on their entire body - They’re the glands that first respond to stress, but also the first to suffer as a result of stress.” Allergies, poor energy and stamina, poor sleep and generally lacking in vitality as well as being prone to infections can all indicate that your dogs adrenal glands are not functioning as well as they could be. Longer term diseases such as Cushing's and Addison's disease may develop if the adrenal issue goes untreated. Watch the video to learn more........

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