Editor’s Note: Another, perhaps more important way for empaths to stay “clean” inside, is for the empath to recognize their own inner Magnificence which places them beyond being weighed down by the influences of others.

Know your own internal significance, find your own inner strength of peace within, and then BE in…

Quantum Joy!


Due to the emotional responsibilities that empaths carry, they often experience a sudden drop in energy, which leads to chronic fatigue. When an empath does not remain grounded, balanced, and consciously aware, they can unconsciously give their energy to others. When an empath spends too much time in the company of negative or depressed people, they take on their energy, and this can lead to emotional exhaustion. This is one of the main reasons they must spend time alone as a way of recharging their internal batteries.

The mind, soul, and body are connected; whatever we think and feel has an effect on our physical body. An empath must have regular periods of isolation throughout the day in order to process feelings and emotions. This prevents emotional exhaustion, which then enables them to constantly let go of crushing negative energy. If an empath does not do this, they find it difficult to sleep at night because their minds are unable to process and make sense of the information that took place during the day. This hyperactive mindset causes empaths to become extremely tired. If it is not possible for the empath to find solitude during the day, it is essential that they meditate before they go to bed so that they can release any emotions they have come into contact with throughout the day.

Negative feelings can lead to the empath experiencing fear, resentment, anxiety, paranoia, and panic, and they become genuinely convinced that something bad is going to happen to them. These thoughts send signals to the adrenal glands, which produce hormones that release excess amounts of energy. Not enough sleep, too much work, a bad diet, bad relationships, and family problems all have a negative effect on the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands are shaped like the kidneys but are approximately the size of a walnut. They are located just above the kidneys in the lower back area. The adrenal glands are of great benefit when we are under stress because they assist in keeping us focused and alert and they increase our levels of stamina, which enables us to handle the pressure.

However, when the adrenal glands are overstimulated, they continue to produce energy, which is what prevents us from being able to sleep. The mind and body stay on high alert, which causes excess stress on the adrenal glands and will eventually cause them to malfunction. A lack of energy leads to a craving for foods that are high in sugar and refined salt, which quickly turn into energy giving the body an instant but short-lived energy boost.

The body naturally craves sugar and salt. However, we tend to feed it with refined sugar and salt, which is found in the majority of junk and processed foods. In excess amounts, these foods can cause a range of different health problems. Unrefined sugar and is nutritious in healthy doses and can replenish and nourish the adrenal glands.
When the adrenal glands are not functioning properly, you will feel tired, groggy, anxious, irritable, overwhelmed, and dizzy. You may also experience heart palpitations, high or low blood pressure, salt, and sugar cravings as well as find it difficult to handle times of stress. If our bodies are in harmony, a good diet, sleeping well and positive thoughts, the adrenal glands are not overwhelmed easily. Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands; during sleep, our cortisol levels rise and peak a few hours before daybreak.

This is how the body naturally prepares itself for the day and it is referred to as the circadian rhythm. It increases our energy levels so we are capable of functioning throughout the day. When the adrenal glands are overworked, we wake up feeling exhausted even if we have had the normal eight hours of sleep. We feel tired throughout the day, which then causes our cortisol levels to peak in the evening, making it hard for us to sleep properly.

It takes a long time to destroy the adrenal glands, and it will take the same amount of time to repair it. However, there are some changes that we can make in our lives that will help immediately. It is essential that we spend time listening to our body so that we are aware of how it feels at any given moment. This allows us to keep track of our energy levels throughout the day. You may find that your energy levels fluctuate throughout the day and that there are certain times of the day when your energy levels drop the most. It is imperative that you understand why so much stress is being placed on the adrenal glands. When the root cause of the problem is identified, we can ensure that we don’t remain in that heightened state that causes further strain on the adrenal glands.

Meditation is a powerful tool for emptying the mind and spirit of negative emotions. It also helps us focus on the body so that we are aware of any physical sensations that are taking place. When we feel isolated, lonely, and separated, cortisol levels can increase; you can combat this by spending time with friends and family. However, if you are the type of person who likes spending time alone and you enjoy your own company, periods of isolation is not a problem.

Diet and exercise can have a negative effect on the adrenal gland. It is not a good idea to push too hard during a workout; your body will tell you when it has had enough, and it is essential that you stop at this point or you will cause the adrenal glands to produce excess stress-related hormones.

Eating junk food, skipping meals and hardcore workouts all cause the adrenal glands to overwork. To keep the adrenal glands in a healthy state, we should eat an organic, nutritional, and well-balanced diet with the daily protein requirements, with vitamins A, B, and C. You should refrain from excess alcohol and preferably eliminate refined salt, sugar, and caffeine intake. A healthy state of mind where you feel peaceful and content with life and getting enough sleep at night all contribute to healthy adrenal glands.

Judy Dyer

By cindyloucbp

Cynthia is the typical Pisces! Her left brain activities include scientific activities in the hospital laboratory as a director. Her right-brain activites show as a painter, photographer and musician. She is known as the scientist who sings!

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