THE STANDARD ROADMAP SERIES
1st Edition (2015) The Role of Stress and the HPA Axis in Chronic Disease Management | Principles and Protocols for Healthcare Professionals
by Dr Thomas Guilliams PhD
Written by Thomas G. Guilliams, PhD, The Role of Stress and the HPA Axis in Chronic Disease Management is the the first edition written in 2015, moved beyond the oversimplified nomenclature of “adrenal fatigue” to give clinicians fresh insight into the areas of stress and metabolic reserve, how stress impacts genomic and epigenetic signalling, as well as ways to maximize laboratory assessment for HPA axis dysfunction. This edition includes research pre-dating 2015 on:
- Stress-related thyroid dysfunction
- Effects of stress on memory
- The endocannabinoid system’s influence on stress signalling
- How nutrients affect stress signalling
This beautifully illustrated reference guide discusses clinically relevant advances in understanding the stress response system and provides strategies to put these principles into action.
The Role of Stress and the HPA Axis in Chronic Disease Management is a recommended accompanying text for the ACAAM program, providing further insight and references for the content covered in this online course.