Adrenal burnout syndrome is a medical condition in which the adrenal glands begin to experience underactivity or decreased function. This syndrome may also be referred to as adrenal exhaustion or adrenal insufficiency. It is often considered to be a milder form of Addison's disease, yet it differs in a few ways. Addison's disease is a condition in which the adrenal glands function at a severely decreased level. Night sweats, one of the most common symptoms of menopause, afflict millions of women every night. They are often caused by fluctuations in the levels of estrogen in menopausal women. A number of different home remedies can be used to treat night sweats. Other terms for over-pronation are ‘fallen arches’, ‘dropped arches’ or ‘collapsed arches’. The term ‘flat feet’ is also often used. However, a true 'flat foot' is very rare. In fact, less than 5% of the population have completely flat feet (Pes Planus) with no arch present whatsoever. Most of us (90%) have a normal to low arch and only 5% have a high arch. People with a high arch (Pes Cavus) are also called ‘over-supinators’. This means that the foot stays rigid at all times and lacks its natural shock-absorbing mechanism. Symptoms individuals commonly report are pain during and/or after activity, pain after prolonged sitting, crepitus (grinding), stiffness, and a sensation of giving way while ascending/descending or walking on an incline. The pain is usually described as a dull or achy sensation and arises from behind the knee cap. Purchase orthopedic arch-supporting shoe inserts from the drugstore, looking specifically for those labeled "Arch Support," suggests ePodiatry.com. These inserts slip into your existing shoes, but have a small raised area where your arch will make contact with the pad. This gives your foot added support, especially if you'll be on your feet for awhile. Step 2 Both an osteopath or a chiropractor should be able to take a look at the structural alignment, or rather misalignment and offer treatment and exercises to recalibrate the back, or hips, or legs, or whatever the cause is found to be. I’ve personally met someone with flat feet who gave themselves an arch. As he described it, he did exercises that lengthened his peroneus longus muscle and toned or tightened his tibialis anterior muscle. Admittedly, he had to exercise every day, and if he didn’t (or even if he stayed on his feet for more than 8 hours) his pronation would return. There are several other factors, which could cause knee pain. Some of these require more sophisticated equipment such as X-Rays, MRI's or bone scans to determine the cause of pain. Dislocation of the Patella or Patella subluxation, stress fractures, bone bruising, bone defects, or pathological conditions such as Osteoarthritis all have the potential to cause knee pain and should not be lightly dismissed. With these exercises for flat feet, you are sure to correct your condition and bring in some improvement in your state. These exercises can be performed at any time of the day. No fixed timings and no diets to follow. Ever seen exercises as flexible as these?