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    is adrenal fatigue really fixable?

    ive read some quite worrying articles that suggest adrenal fatigue takes years to correct?

    some suggest it's not reversible

    i hope this isnt the case?
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    something wrong with your adrenal gland?
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    Originally Posted by poolshark472 View Post
    something wrong with your adrenal gland?
    yea think i have adrenal fatigue
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    adrenal fatigue is bull****.
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    Originally Posted by siamesedream View Post
    adrenal fatigue is bull****.
    u dont think it exists?
    whats ure evidence?
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    Originally Posted by ponnieroleman View Post
    u dont think it exists?
    whats ure evidence?
    There is no evidence in favor of adrenal fatigue. Period. It is simply a theory used by pseudo-scientists to diagnose conditions that they don't know the root cause of.
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    My mom has adrenal fatigue... she always felt like **** because toxins were building up in her muscles, and a number of other symptoms, she's been put on a strict diet and supplements by a nutritionist/doctor who happens to also be a bodybuilder
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    Originally Posted by siamesedream View Post
    There is no evidence in favor of adrenal fatigue. Period. It is simply a theory used by pseudo-scientists to diagnose conditions that they don't know the root cause of.
    I'll agree with you that a lot of specialists are bull****, my mom went to a lot of different places and was diagnosed with a variety of illnesses. However, after this diet she was put on she feels a lot better, so we won't argue it worked, shes not on any drugs of any sort
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    adrenal fatigue occurs when....??????
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    Originally Posted by Yeahbudday View Post
    I'll agree with you that a lot of specialists are bull****, my mom went to a lot of different places and was diagnosed with a variety of illnesses. However, after this diet she was put on she feels a lot better, so we won't argue it worked, shes not on any drugs of any sort
    But that could easily have been done due to dietary phenotypes, digestive issues, correction of dietary allergies, etc. There are a host of things that could have been going on that were corrected by a change in diet. There is no physiological manifestation of "adrenal fatigue" that has ever been observed. It is not medically or scientifically accepted as a condition, as it is merely a speculative hypothesis that is not backed by any evidence.

    I'm glad your Mom is feeling better and all, but I don't believe her problem was adrenal fatigue.
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    It is fixable.

    I have it, and it was confirmed by a neurotransmitter test, saliva hormone test, and a hair tissue mineral test. I had these tests back late in August. When I described the problems I was having (lifelong bipolar, depression, anxiety, OCD, autism) to my new doctor, he supected adrenal fatigue as being one of the causes, so he ordered those tests. All of them showed signs and imbalances which confirmed it. I also have high histamine levels (known as histadelia), which leads to under-methylation. This is also a cause of depression.

    I'm taking several supplements to help correct these things. One of the supplements I'm taking is SAM-e. SAM-e is supposed to be helpful for the depression that is associated with adrenal fatigue/burnout. SAM-e is also a methyl-donor, and it should help with methylation. Another main supplement I'm taking to help restore adrenal function is AdreCor.

    These are the indicators and signs of Adrenal Fatigue/Burnout that I have:
    Low Epinephrine (Adrenaline) levels according to the neurotransmitter test
    Imbalanced cortisol levels
    Low testosterone levels and imbalanced sex hormones in general

    Signs and indicators based on Hair Mineral analysis:
    Low Sodium/Magnesium ratio
    Low Sodium/Potassium ratio
    Both Sodium and Potassium levels are low (actually, all four of my electrolytes were low)
    Presence of toxic metals (my aluminum was very high, and my cadmium was borderline high as well)

    Sodium/Potassium ratio is supposed to be 2.5/1.0. Mine was only 1.0/1.0.

    Sodium/Magnesium ratio is supposed to be 4.17. Mine was only 2.00, less than half of what it's supposed to be. This clearly indicates an underactive/slow adrenal gland.

    Here's a page below that discusses more about adrenal burnout:
    http://educate-yourself.org/cn/adren...t19apr05.shtml
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    Originally Posted by Robby Coker View Post
    It is fixable.

    I have it, and it was confirmed by a neurotransmitter test, saliva hormone test, and a hair tissue mineral test. I had these tests back late in August. When I described the problems I was having (lifelong bipolar, depression, anxiety, OCD, autism) to my new doctor, he supected adrenal fatigue as being one of the causes, so he ordered those tests. All of them showed signs and imbalances which confirmed it. I also have high histamine levels (known as histadelia), which leads to under-methylation. This is also a cause of depression.

    I'm taking several supplements to help correct these things. One of the supplements I'm taking is SAM-e. SAM-e is supposed to be helpful for the depression that is associated with adrenal fatigue/burnout. SAM-e is also a methyl-donor, and it should help with methylation. Another main supplement I'm taking to help restore adrenal function is AdreCor.

    These are the indicators and signs of Adrenal Fatigue/Burnout that I have:
    Low Epinephrine (Adrenaline) levels according to the neurotransmitter test
    Imbalanced cortisol levels
    Low testosterone levels and imbalanced sex hormones in general

    Signs and indicators based on Hair Mineral analysis:
    Low Sodium/Magnesium ratio
    Low Sodium/Potassium ratio
    Both Sodium and Potassium levels are low (actually, all four of my electrolytes were low)
    Presence of toxic metals (my aluminum was very high, and my cadmium was borderline high as well)

    Sodium/Potassium ratio is supposed to be 2.5/1.0. Mine was only 1.0/1.0.

    Sodium/Magnesium ratio is supposed to be 4.17. Mine was only 2.00, less than half of what it's supposed to be. This clearly indicates an underactive/slow adrenal gland.

    Here's a page below that discusses more about adrenal burnout:
    http://educate-yourself.org/cn/adren...t19apr05.shtml
    Thanks for the info, how is your adrenal fatigue now a few years on?
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