Subclinically low cortisol in Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia is what some medical researchers believe to be an indicator of a mildly adrenal insufficient state called “Adrenal Fatigue” that is often found in these syndromes. Included in this resource, is information to help readers understand the role of adrenal function, in the development of these very real ilnesses.
Also included in the chapters, are discussions on symptoms (with added detail to those of more complication), diagnosis and treatments for these syndromes which have increased in incidence – with more people developing them with each passing year. It is a must-read for patients who are experiencing them or who suspect that they have-developed or are-developing one of these syndromes.
NOTE: This ebook is approximately 9,379 words in length. The "Best Darn" reference in the title, is not to imply that this is an extensive medical journal but rather that it contains all aspects of information on the subject that most laypersons would be seeking.
CHAPTER 1. Common Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
CHAPTER 2. The Suspected Causes of CFS
CHAPTER 3. More on Dysautonomia in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
CHAPTER 4. Common Symptoms and Diagnosis of Fibromyalgia
CHAPTER 5. Common Causes of Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome
CHAPTER 6. Adrenal Fatigue or Adrenal Insufficiency?
CHAPTER 7. The Accuracy of Saliva Adrenal Cortisol Testing
CHAPTER 8. Cortisol Supplementation for Adrenal Fatigue
CHAPTER 9. Boosting Fatigued Adrenal Glands
CHAPTER 10. Diagnosing and Treating Addison's Disease (Autoimmune Adrenalitis)
CHAPTER 11. How to Set Reasonable Health Goals
CHAPTER 12. When is DHEA Supplementation Beneficial?