itsoveryes, the guy's email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have any idea how people treat adrenal fatigue?
Look term supplementation or bovine adrenal extracts
"Their first claim to fame in the United States occurred with the epidemic
flu virus of 1918. Respiratory infections are especially hard on the adrenal
glands and fatigue them rapidly. This effect was shown by Lucke and his
associates at Camp Zachary Taylor in 1919, when he found that adrenal
exhaustion was present in 103 of 126 autopsied cases of mortality from
the flu epidemic. In 3 other cases he even found adrenal hemorrhages
and enlargement of the adrenal glands to twice their size. This means
that in 106 of 126 patients who died from influenza, the adrenals were
actually damaged by the infection. It is not that the adrenals were infected
per se, but that the effort they made to try to restore balance to the body
led them to a degree of exhaustion that was physically detectable upon
autopsy (Lucke, B., et al., Archives of Internal Medicine, August 1919,
XXIIII, pg. 154).
While this flu epidemic was debilitating and even killing thousands around
the world, a few hundred of its victims were given a formula containing
liquid adrenal cortical extracts (extracts from the adrenal cortex) combined
with small amounts of thyroid and gonadal extracts. The formula
was found to be unusually effective in overcoming many of the asthenic
(weak) and depleted states that were so common to those afflicted with
this deadly flu. It also effectively reduced the serious sequeli that usually
followed this particular infection. The benefits of this adrenal cell extract
formula dramatically drew attention to its practical use. The quick and
uneventful recovery experienced by those taking it contrasted to the long
period of recuperation normally seen in this flu epidemic. These results
made many physicians aware of the possibility for recovery from less
severe forms of hypoadrenia as well. It was known even in 1919 that
the early functional endocrine disorders, especially adrenal fatigue, are
infinitely more common and far more likely to respond to therapy than
extreme endocrine diseases such as Addison’s (Harrower, ’39, pg. 17)."
cordycep sinesis (cordymax)
licorice root (tea preferred)
gingko leaf (ginkgo biloba)
you can buy the book on amazon for $10 kindle
EDIT: Bovine (cow) is no longer used due to mad cow disease, rather porcine (pig) extracts are used. Here is one such product, but honestly I suggest most people drop cable and use that money to get tested. My endo appt is next week, will update then.
Edited by itsoveryes, 04 June 2013 - 01:11 PM.