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Re: "The non-supplement HEALING" & other thoughts +edit/end).Re: "the supplement tango" & other thoughts (+edits) - Re: Sensitive to supplements??
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Re: "The non-supplement HEALING" & other thoughts +edit/end).Re: "the supplement tango" & other thoughts (+edits) - Re: Sensitive to supplements??

As per your information, Uniquity, I think that a lot of the problems I have been having are due to the fact that I have essentially "isolated" my adrenals in treatment in the last year or so. Everything I have done has been to build them up, to the point where they now respond to everything, and each time they respond, I feel like it is a roller coaster making me worse. I mentioned supplements before, but it is even to the point where if I eat vegetables with vitamin C in them, or have too much salt, that I am ramping them up too much. I have a minor high that might last for an hour or so, and then a period of downtime where I feel pretty weak. I like the idea of using ashwangandha to balance them, but I feel, and I may be wrong, as if I need to get them stable before introducing anything further because most things I introduce at this point just give me those heart palpitations. I don't know if this is happening because my adrenals are so weak or because of this sensitivity. Even a few years ago when I was more sick and tired than I am now and hadn't heard of adrenal fatigue, I was in college still going out drinking with friends several times a week and I never had any heart palpitations. Even worse, when my adrenals get ramped up even a little, there is a pain that comes from my liver. Again, even when I was drinking five nights or so a week in college enjoying myself I never had any liver distress. I don't know if this means that my adrenals really are weaker now, or if they are just overstimulated. I essentially have not been treating them for a couple weeks now, but even so I still get these roller coaster rides when ingesting some healthy foods, even those with a very small amount of nutrition that would aid the adrenals. Are my adrenals just that weak right now, or are they completely overstimulated? Either way it is not the most fun place I have been in. Cutting my adrenals off and beating them to death seems a more enjoyable task by the day.

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