November 29, 2011 at 11:44 am #8160
Any one have success in recovering from Adrenal issues (CFS) If so I'd love to hear what you did, any advice would be appreciated.
Wonder if celiac disease contributes to this at all………………..humNovember 29, 2011 at 12:27 pm #9496
I'm also interested in this question. I find that no-caffeine diet is the number one treatment for my adrenal symptoms. No-caffeine has helped my mind feel a little bit more stable, but going grain free made my body have more energy.
Tell me about your problems though.
For me, I'm 23 and have severe adrenal symptoms, but I'm convinced that this one time use of ecstacy, and or acid basically caused the adrenal problems I have now.
But I find people who have never done drugs have just the same adrenal symptoms as me.
I think it's caused by stress, but a person that can't handle stress will become sick like us. Stress will always be there, but it's having a healthy body and mind that will protect us from stress.November 29, 2011 at 2:20 pm #9497
Hi Charlie, man you are to young to have to be dealing with this stuff. I am in my 40s. a little over a year ago I had a sinus infection that would not clear up even after several rounds of antibiotics. That went on for months. Doctor decided I was resistant to it so put me on another. By that point I was very run down. then In Jan my husband had surgery and had lots of complications and I was under a lot of stress for a few months while he recovered. After that my health really suffered. I am doing the protocol offered by Dr wilson in his book Adrenal Fatigue. It has been a trial. I'd suggest you get that book. I am hoping to get more info to help besides his book. Good luck to you.November 30, 2011 at 5:33 pm #9498
The thing is, I'm noticing most of my friends my age suffering the same fatigue, depression, skinnyness, lack of excitement and enthusiasm and so many others in school my age! I know my parents were never like this and they are 62 and still seem more youthful than me! What the hell is going on with people my age and younger!December 1, 2011 at 12:46 pm #9499
I think it is poor diet, toxins in our environment. My great grandpa ate fatty meats and lived into his 90s. Only was ill when he was dying. I think they have cleaner air, water, and not all the processed junk we eat. Go organic , grass fed beef etc. You should start to slowly improve. I know my mom is 69 works full time and still has more energy than me.December 13, 2011 at 8:08 pm #9521Rose McKinneyMember
Hi, I also suffer from fatigue. My doctor said it is mostly due to thyroid and not adrenal. But my chiropractor, who does muscle kinesology testing said my hormones were bouncing all around from adrenal to thyroid to hypothalamus. I just know I am tired and can hardly function in the evenings. It seems my 85 year old mother seems to have more energy than me at age 58.December 14, 2011 at 1:29 pm #9526
Rose, My doctor said you have to treat the thyroid, adrenal glands and ovaries at the same time. You can get something like this at amazon. it is called symplex F bt standard process Are you taking DHEA? That is very helpful too.December 19, 2011 at 11:50 pm #9538Ariella6Member
i had CFS when i was young early 20s. stinky! xxxx It cleared up for me by changing my diet. i went gluten free, cut out processed foods, cut out sugar, cut out caffeine, starting doing fermented foods – ie. kombucha, sauerkraut, doing fresh veggie juices…… of course this didn't all happen overnight. I started with the caffeine and went from there. I feel much better without all that in my diet. I no longer have CFS.
good luck!!!! It can't hurt to try some diet changes to see if they help you!December 20, 2011 at 1:20 pm #9541
This is so weird. I just discovered veggie juicing, and also began with cutting out caffeine, thanks for this post Ariella.December 26, 2011 at 2:07 pm #9567
Thanks Ariella. 🙂December 30, 2011 at 12:10 am #9573Ariella6Member
you are welcome! i hope you find healing and relief.
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