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... After 3 years of pain, fatigue, etc, I read the book Adrenal Fatigue and felt like I was reading about my life. ... (0 replies)
... I just wanted to jump in to let you guys know what I have been doing for adrenal fatigue. I had a tremendous amount of stress and then was in a car accident 4 years ago, plus a lot of other things. ... (20 replies)
... ADRENAL FATIGUE!! Hi saw this thread, hope you guys don't mind if I jump on. I have similiar situation. Hypothyroid, diagnosed w/ adrenal fat. in Apr 09. Seeing new Dr. who believes in vitamins, minerals and such, wants to get me off all the prescription meds I am on if we can. I also have fibromyalgia and numerous back problems. Currently I'm on 10mg hydrocortizone... (20 replies)

... I am in the same boat. I have had a lot of work up and EVERYTHING points to adrenal fatigue. I read a book on it and it seems I am the "perfect" candidate for it. ... (1 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Jan 11, 2008
... I'm now learning about the low BP and the salt and all's been better the last few days even without having to do that. ... (88 replies)
... ideally sea salt which has trace minerals. ... (88 replies)
... ust your diet it will not help you. there are alot of books out there that have info about what should be eaten and what to avoid, one real good book is "adrenal fatigue the 21st century stress syndrome" by James Wilson. Also take probiotics, you possibly have candida overgrowth in you intestinal track from all the Mountain Dew. ... (88 replies)
... or adrenal failure, who MUST take replacement cortisone. ... (8 replies)
Adrenal fatigue
May 4, 2004
... Adrenal fatigue symptoms: Eyes sensitive to bright lights, headlights, sunlight Tightness or "lump" in throat, hurts when emotionally disturbed Form gooseflesh easily or cold sweats Voice rises to high pitch or is lost during stress, arguments, public appearances, etc. Easily shaken up or startled, heart pounds hard from unexpected noise Prefer being alone, uneasy when... (1 replies)
... sports drink, or other similar type of drink during the day to balance things out because just drinking water can deplete your electrolytes, causing things like salt cravings, muscle cramps, etc. ... (10 replies)
... i have been using liquorice to try and boost my energy to manage my job, and when my energy plumets & i feel my blood pressure nose diving & i feel frail & prone to passing out, which happens a lot though thank god i get prior warning as my heart region aches, well just below that i think then i feel dizzy then my legs start to buckle & the light dims (had this b4 i cut back... (0 replies)
... Not sure about sugar, but I do know that one's adrenals produce a hormone called aldosterone which can be low in addison's and adrenal fatigue. Aldosterone is the hormone that regulates sodium retention. ... (3 replies)
... Any particular reason why you are trying to treat yourself with a book instead of going to a doctor? That can be dangerous with adrenals... they are necessary for life. I do know it takes a lot to get attention - but are your symptoms gaining or losing weight? You do seem more on the high side than low - pointing more towards Cushing's than insuffiency. It could be cyclical.... (6 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Sep 22, 2007
... turopath is your main medical consultant at this time, see what kind of supplementation you should do. DHEA makes sense to me, and also something to support your adrenal function would seem in order. Perhaps also pregnenolone, which you can get at a health food store. ... (88 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Sep 21, 2007
... Dial, I read your post this morning already, but don't have a cogent summary of everything for you yet. I don't have any direct or final answers for you, since I'm still in the middle of finding answers myself, but I think I have several things you can try to pick back up perhaps a little. Several are in this thread from knowedgable members (add salt if indicated, cut white... (88 replies)
... t starting on Isocort before getting tested. I'm going to be talking to the dr about getting ACTH, serum cortisol, and DHEA tested prior to starting any type of adrenal support. I'm sure he's going to have input one way or another and he's the one dr I'll listen to. ... (4 replies)
... I found that salt does help me. I actually keep those little salt packages in my purse and car for when I need it. If for some reason I'm without I will purchase salty chips. ... (4 replies)
... DHEA will convert to testosterone and estrogen and the adrenal makes it. Renin and aldosterone will give an idea about the low BP and florinef is the med that will help as well as the salt. ... (1 replies)
... I'm not so sure about secondary AI, but for primary AI, salt supplementation is very helpful. We avoided salt in our household for 30 years because most people get too much in our culture. ... (4 replies)
... enaline rush, my left side, mainly my bicep and quadracep feel really weak. And it last a while afterward, then slowly goes away. My doc seems to think this is adrenal problems, as do i, since a while back they tested low. ... (4 replies)

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