26 Oct '16, 3pm

Do You Really Have Adrenal Fatigue? Very interesting article by Pam Smith

I’ve tried to give reasons why the term adrenal fatigue is not an accurate term to use, but perhaps you are thinking, W hat difference does it make what we call it? To some degree that is true and Western medicine has several terms that are misnomers: a ganglion cyst has nothing to do with nerve ganglia, nor is it a true cyst; a pyogenic granuloma is not an inflammatory lesion but rather a hemangioma. But automatically assuming your fatigue is due to adrenal malfunction has the potential to miss some other cause, as I have already discussed, but beyond that there are a couple of recommended treatments for adrenal fatigue that I would caution against. One is adrenal-cell extracts. Active adrenal extracts have hormone activity and suppress normal adrenal function by sending errant signals to the body that it already has enough hormone and doesn’t need to make more. This is t...

Full article: http://www.irunfar.com/2016/10/do-you-really-have-adrenal...

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Do You Really Have Adrenal Fatigue?

irunfar.com 26 Oct '16, 11am

I’ve tried to give reasons why the term adrenal fatigue is not an accurate term to use, but perhaps you are thinking, W ha...

Excellent articel on OTS by Pam Smith

irunfar.com 05 Nov '16, 5pm

I’ve tried to give reasons why the term adrenal fatigue is not an accurate term to use, but perhaps you are thinking, W ha...

Rubbish thoughts, really.

Rubbish thoughts, really.

sixpegs.com 26 Oct '16, 10pm

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