When I have gone through periods of very high cortisol. My legs would ache (from all the wasting that happened overnight). But I've never had numb legs.
I've had numb fingers when waking up a few times
I can answer a couple of your questions (I think).
You don't sweat because you are dehydrated from low Aldosterone. I have the same problem. Also results in heat intolerance. This has reversed twice for me. Once when I took licorice for a few months, which acts like a pseudo-Aldosterone.
Problem is....the licorice made me worse, just like Dr Lam said it can do if you use it in a late stage. Last summer I was sweating great when I was in the "honeymoon" phase Dr Lam describes.
The lack of emotions you are experienced is likely cause by low dopamine and low epinephrine. Both are linked to joy and other emotions.
Dopamine and epinephrine (adrenaline) decline is late stage adrenal fatigue. See the link below.
I have the same problem as well. No anger, no joy. This also improved greatly during the "honeymoon" phase Dr Lam describes.
The weight lose is likely probably due to high cortisol and the resulting collegen break down from high cortisol