Adrenal Fatigue

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Host: Diane Sanfilippo 

www.balancedbites.com

Topic: Adrenal Fatigue

Diane and Dr. Kalish get to the root cause of the system that is responsible for managing our cortisol and stress.

http://balancedbites.com/2012/07/podcast-episode-46-adrenal-fatigue-part-3-with-special-guest-dr-dan-kalish.html

Category: Podcast

This post currently has 10 comments.

  1. mk
    June 1, 2014

    I just found your site. I am 62 over active immune system diabetes adrenal fatigue fatty liver. started thyroid meds in 2005 I was average weight then 135 since taking thyroid meds gained 35 lbs. I think rx drugs work opposite on me but no dr will listen to that. I see I missed this webinar. Is it taped. I live in southern new jersey. I don’t know what state you are in but does the dr do long distance patients?
    thank you
    MK

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  2. Cissy D Stobaugh
    October 3, 2014

    I just read that you are doing a study with one of the Mayo clinics. The person posting was not certain whether you have all the participants that you need or not. I have been recovering from AF for the past 7 years and just about to the point where I felt complete recovery was very close. I had 1/2 of my thyroid removed 3 weeks ago, and have been thrown back into full AF or so it feels. I would like to do something; however, I spend most of my day and night sleeping now.

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  3. Deb
    November 11, 2014

    Dear Drs. I am a 58 year old woman, and I believe I fit the profile for adrenal fatigue. Do you know of Drs in NY or NJ or practice this technique? Please help!

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  4. Doris
    December 9, 2014

    I suffer adrenal fatigue and I would like to know if any doctors available in NYC? I just find it a bit strange to do over the phone consultations. I am very impressed with your method.

    thank you very much

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  5. Kathy
    December 14, 2014

    Very excited to know there a way to heal the adrenals. If you would, please provide a list of all trained practitioners in New York State. Thank you.

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  6. Janice Powers
    January 22, 2015

    I have tried for over 30 years to get to the bottom of constant fatigue and memory fog. I believe I am in the late stages of adrenal fatigue. What direction can you offer me.
    Thanks, Jan

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  7. IB
    July 5, 2015

    One of the concerns I have is that there is a medical difference between Adrenal fatigue and Adrenal Insufficiency, primary and secondary. I see practitioners interchange them all the time on posts. They are not the same. If ACTH is not functioning properly,supplementation programs may actually be harmful. Anything that causes a dip is circulating blood cortisol for insufficient cortisol patients is so dangerous as their pituitary cannot support cortisol restoration. People with Adrenal fatigue have a completely different issue that tends to be reversible. Most of these individuals do not require the use of a Medical Id tag in case of Emergency for surgery or Trauma. I believe these clarifications have become so fluid and may not be helpful. ACTH measurements are the hallmark of whether or not your pituitary can handle the release of cortisol. It should not be ignored.

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  8. Umar Ali
    July 13, 2015

    Hi ive been suffering from chronic sarcoidosis.im on hydrocortisone 15mg and 225mg levothyroxine and hypo.My pituitry is dysfuntional and my immune system is weak and i have hormonal imbalance.
    Hope you can help.
    Many Thanks

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  9. Tiffany
    October 13, 2015

    Hello? I believe i got this adrenal fatigue. I am 21 years old. Im very young , no one shouldnt be going through this at my age!! 🙁 I am very concerned! I believe im a stage 2or3. My hair falls out. Got cold feet and hands. Fatigue. Bloated, history of Urine infections, digestion problems.. Never once told the doc that i had problems with my bowel as well. I barely say anything cause im a shy type.. I got excema hands. Just recently I’ve been experiencing hot flashes. /: please help me! I know that i do got high risk of leaky gut. I did the test online. :$ im super tired of feeling like this..

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  10. Deena
    March 5, 2016

    I have had a history of IBD for over 20 years .. I had a complete hysterectomy in 2006 after suffering many years from endometriosos. I currently take bee pollen daily or I have severe tempature swings and wake up soaking wet. I have had a very long history of depression which I have learned to manage quite well. I am currently dealing with chronic fatigue definate memory fog on a regular basis ..both my Dad and grandmother and aunt were and are still on synthroid…seems like finding motivation is getting harder and harder all the time

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