Friday, April 22, 2011

Free Home - Adrenal Function Tests

Free Home - Adrenal Function Tests

1) Postural Hypotension
2) Iris Contraction Test
3) Sergent's Adrenal White Line






Free Home - Adrenal Function Tests

















1) Postural Hypotension
Lie down and rest for 5 minutes. Take a blood pressure reading while still horizontal. Then, stand up and take another reading.
Normally, your blood pressure should rise 10-20 points. If it drops, particularly by 10 points or more, hypoadrenia is indicated.

2) Iris Contraction Test
For this test you will need a weak flashlight or penlight, and a mirror. In a dark bathroom or closet, wait a minute for your eyes to adjust to the dark.
Then, shine the flashlight into your eyes, and watch the reaction of your pupils for at least 30 seconds.
If you have adrenal gland fatigue, the iris will be weak and will not be able to hold the contraction, it will either waver between contracted and relaxed, or will contract initially, but then open up after 10-30 seconds.

3) Sergent's Adrenal White Line
With your fingernail or the dull end of a spoon, draw a line across your belly. In moderate to severe cases of adrenal fatigue, the line will stay white, and even get wider over the course of time, while a "normal" reaction would be for the line to almost immediately turn red.
Milder cases of adrenal fatigue may not exhibit this sign.


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