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... 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)
... Get the book Adrenal Fatigue, The 21st Century Stress Syndrome by Dr. ... (88 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue?
Sep 20, 2006
... sodium and potassium levels. ... (4 replies)

... Mineralcorticoids such as aldosterone modulate the delicate balance of minerals in the cell, especially sodium and potassium. It therefore regulates our blood pressure. ... (7 replies)
High potassium
Aug 20, 2010
... I asked him if some of the symptoms I have could be adrenal related, he actually said that it could be. Which I was relieved with only because I felt he was actually listening to me. ... (10 replies)
... t problem. My doctor, on the other hand, feels strongly that I do not and that it is merely anxiety. He has only done bloodwork on me and says that my sodium and potassium levels are fine. ... (2 replies)
... For those of you diagnosed with Addison's, have you always exhibited high potassium and low DHEA as many of the text books describe? ... (1 replies)
... Sco24, how's your blood pressure? ... (4 replies)
... I'm new to this forum and would like to know opinions regarding on several thyroid and adrenal blood tests that I have. ... (0 replies)
... I'm assuming yours was a blood draw? ... (13 replies)
... actually my blood pressure is really low since changing my diet to avoid all processed food. ... (4 replies)
... replaces aldosterone, which controls your body's sodium and potassium needs and keeps your blood pressure normal. ... (3 replies)
... P.s. I was reading some stuff online...you might want to double check with your doctor about the potassium pills. It can be bad if you are getting too much. ... (7 replies)
... if you have 'primary' Addisons Disease, you may be subject to the discoloration of the skin. 'Primary' Addisons is the failure of the actual Adrenal Organ itself. ... (6 replies)
... went to the GP and he did an MRI thinking I had MS. MRI came back fine. Then my doctor left the office and I was switched to another GP. He did the same usual blood work that they perform on an annual and decided to do another MRI of my brain, Everything was fine, then we did spine and back. ... (0 replies)
Diet
Sep 16, 2002
... tury stress syndrome" by James Wilson has some good guidelines on diet and lifestyle changes. Granted it is written for those with less severe manifestations of adrenal deficiency, but nevertheless, the diet and lifestyle advice woudl be pertinient to you as well. ... (3 replies)
... could, no longer walk, stand or sit. I could only lay down and if I moved my head my heat rate would jump up to 170 beats a minute. If I did attempt to stand my blood pressure would plummet. My stomach hurt, blood was in my stool and vomit. I had severe night sweats. ... (20 replies)
... poohed the idea that there could be allergy factors. I identified wheat as a trigger, went back armed with this, and got blood tested for the top ten. ... (9 replies)
... My doctor's hypothesis is adrenal insufficiency, but the latest test results seem to disagree with that, so I'd like to hear some opinions. ... (9 replies)
... can quickly dehydrate anyone with Addison's or adrenal fatigue. Often your sodium will not be high enough, and you may also have low aldosterone, another thing made in the adrenal glands. ... (4 replies)


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