Adrenals Sound Therapy
Are you or someone you love suffering from Adrenal disease and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Adrenal disease with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our Adrenals sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Adrenals sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease occurrence of upper body obesity, round face and neck
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction of Adrenal Disease
One very common pattern seen in today’s health care facilities is stress related illness. Some agencies and practitioners report as high as 85% of their patients fit into this category. People exhibiting this condition are having reactions to stress, which is either causing or aggravating their illness. Adrenal Glands are the anti-stress glands of your body. They are the backup organ that your body relies upon to be there when it encounters a stressful situation. They make it possible for your body to deal with stress, whether it be from:
- work related or even
- relationship issues
Your very life, your energy and endurance depend on how your Adrenal Glands perform.
Adrenal Fatigue is the culprit and happens when the stresses in your life become too large or are too many and overload the system. How do you deal with it, what is the recommended fix? There are many different approaches to helping you with adrenal fatigue:
- hormone therapy
- different medications
- life style changes
But I am here to tell you that we have one thing that you have not heard of until you checked out our web site. I believe that I would be accurate in saying that you have probably done an exhaustive search and couldn’t find something that really felt right. Well, search no more and welcome to Universal Sound Therapy.
We specialize in helping your body heal itself from Adrenal Fatigue. We have been in the sound therapy business for about 5 years and have had a lot of success. But people are surprised when we tell them how it works. Your body hears the frequency it needs and adjusts itself to get back in tune, and heal.
Since we can’t guarantee our type of therapy works for everyone, we do guarantee that you can have your money back if it doesn’t help. We strongly believe in our product and want everyone to try it. So give our Universal Sound Therapy Healing on Adrenals a try.
Short Description of Adrenal Disease
Adrenal Disease usually happens when there is a tumor or a hyperactive adrenal gland that produces too much adrenal hormones. The adrenals are two small glands that are located in the back of the abdomen and above the kidneys. They are responsible for producing a lot of hormones that are vital for normal body functioning.
Symptoms of Adrenal Disease
- Upper body obesity, round face and neck
- Thinning of the arms and legs
- Skin issues such as: acne or the presence of reddish-blue streaks on the abdomen or underarm section
- Moodiness, irritability and depression
- High blood sugar
- Slow growth rates in children
About Adrenal Disease
Located above the kidneys, the adrenals are very important organs that produce hormones that regulate metabolism, immune system functioning, blood pressure and other vital bodily functions. Adrenal disease happens when the glands make too much or too little hormone levels.
Etiology of Adrenal Disease
- Genetic mutations
- Issues in another gland like the pituitary which helps to regulate the adrenal gland
Types Adrenal Gland Disorders
Adrenal Cancer (Primary Adrenal Carcinoma) – This is a rare but aggressive form of cancer wherein the cancer cells are found in the adrenal cortex, the outside layer of the adrenal gland. Symptoms include abdominal pain, weight loss and over production of hormone levels leading to hypertension, high blood glucose and increased hair and irregular periods in women.
This medical condition refers to masses of tumors that are bigger than one centimeter found on the adrenal gland. It is usually an “incidental” finding when the patient undergoes a CT scan of the chest or abdomen for another condition such as abdominal pain or injury.
These are tumors that occur in the adrenal medulla, the inner part of the adrenal gland and result in the over production of catecholamines. Catecholamines are essentially hormones like epinephrine and norepinephrine that are essential for the maintenance of blood pressure. High catecholamines result in high blood pressure. Pheochromocytoma is considered a rare condition and if left untreated can have serious complications such as stroke, heart attack and other major medical problems. Patients with the condition often present with sweating, headaches and heart palpitations. Other symptoms include lightheadedness upon standing, shortness of breath and weight loss. In most scenarios, the condition presents with a single benign tumor that happens in a patient with no family history or endocrine issues but a small number is related to heredity.
Also known as adrenal insufficiency patients get the condition when the underactive adrenal glands do not make enough cortisol and in some cases, the hormone aldosterone. It is a potentially life threatening disease that can affect the health of both sexes. Around 100,000 people are suffering from adrenal insufficiency. In most scenarios, the adrenal insufficiency is caused by the destruction of the adrenal cortex, the outer layer of the adrenal glands. It is known as primary adrenal insufficiency and is part of an autoimmune problem wherein a patient’s immune system uses antibodies to attack and destroy its own adrenal glands. Some less causes of insufficiency are: tuberculosis, adrenal tumors and other infections.
There is also secondary adrenal insufficiency and it occurs due to a lack of ACTH. This is a hormone that is produced by the pituitary and stimulates the adrenals to produce cortisol but not aldosterone. Low ACTH make low adrenal cortisol production.
This is a condition where the patient is exposed to high levels of chemicals known as adrenal glucocorticoids, one of which is cortisol. Usually, the adrenal glands produce enough cortisol as a response to stress but when there is too much of the hormone in the body, symptoms of Cushing’s disease happen.
Aside from the over-production of cortisol, symptoms of the disease also occur when a patient takes in too much steroids in order to treat other medical problems like rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, lupus and severe bronchial asthma. Steroids are also given to patients that have had organ transplants. In some scenarios, a tumor in the pituitary gland, stimulates the adrenals to produce too much cortisol leading to Cushing’s disease. Patients with Cushing’s present with body weight gain, easy bruising, poor wound healing, round face, weak bones, easy fatigue, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, feel weak muscles, acne, mood swings, increased thirst and urination, lack of menstrual periods in women and growth of facial hair in women. Cushing’s disease may occur in children and adults and affects more women than men.
Primary Hyperaldosteronism (Conn’s Syndrome)
This is a health condition wherein there is an oversupply of mineralocorticoids (aldosterone) by the adrenals. Patients with the health problem present with nonspecific symptoms. They can get headaches, high blood pressure, excessive thirst and urination, cramps and muscle weakness. Patients usually have no complaints but have hypertension or get low potassium on blood tests. In order to diagnose Conn’s Syndrome a blood test and a 24-hour urine collection is performed. The patient may be asked to add one flat teaspoon of salt to their meal for five days and collect the urine during the last day of the salt load. If laboratory tests indicate the diagnosis of primary hyperaldosteronism, a CT scan is performed to ascertain the condition of the adrenal glands.