"People who put out a lot of adrenaline at night are often in the unique position of gaining weight even while they are sleeping. This is in addition to the other characteristics of elevated night time adrenaline, such as tossing and turning, grinding teeth, restless leg syndrome, and getting up to urinate." Dr. Platt
Excerpted from ”Adrenaline Dominance: A Revolutionary Approach to Wellness”
I am honored to interviewed by Allison & Suzy on Food Heals Nation on their podcast series on "Everything you need to know about hormones, progesterone, adrenaline and more." Listen to my recent podcast with Food Heals Nation with Allison & Suzy. Click here: http://foodhealsnation.com/289-michaelplatt/?fbclid=IwAR3iKz_rOZMTnBryzxFP4pKe2amuLHNdwr8Fm_HK3qofJFrgHKHRhZo0ZvA Michael E. Platt, M.D., has been board-certified in internal medicine. He has an office in Palm Desert, CA, devoted to wellness, hormones and supplement online store. He provide answers to questions at email@example.com. He is known nationally and internationally as a specialist in bio-identical hormones. He is also the author of “The Miracle of Bio-identical Hormones”...
Hormones control every system in the body, and they certainly have a significant impact on a person’s weight. As a brief summary of what these hormones are, consider the following: Thyroid: Thyroid controls metabolism in every cell of the body, and a low level can contribute to fat deposition all over the body. Cracked heels, poor nails, and a body temperature of 97 or below are suggestive signs of a low thyroid level.Estrogen/Insulin:Excess levels of estrogen can lead to increased fat around the hips, thighs, and buttocks. An increase in insulin puts on fat around the middle.Leptin: Leptin is...