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“Adrenal fatigue” is not a real medical condition. There are no scientific facts to support the theory that long-term mental, emotional, or physical stress drains the adrenal glands and causes many common symptoms. The adrenal fatigue theory may fit like a glove to explain your symptoms, which are very real.
But before buying expensive protocols over the Internet to treat something we’re not even sure exists, take a deep dive and reexamine your lifestyle. The path to feeling better. The term “adrenal fatigue” was coined in 1998 by James Wilson, PhD, a naturopath and expert in alternative medicine.
He describes it as a “group of related signs and symptoms (a syndrome) that. Although thousands of people experience a fatigue that is not relieved by a good night’s sleep, there is no scientific evidence yet to support the notion that long-term mental, emotional, physical or infectious stress overwork and deplete the adrenal glands and contribute to developing Adrenal Fatigue. The common idea of adrenal fatigue goes like this: Our adrenal glands create stress hormones to respond to stress. Normally this system works just fine, but if the stress becomes chronic, the adrenal glands get tired and “fatigued” so they can’t produce enough cortisol to keep up with the demands.
“Adrenal fatigue” is a misnomer – a colloquial term for HPA Axis Dysregulation, which itself is not a “clinical diagnosis” (yet) but certainly exists in the literature and is associated with chronic stressors like overtraining, PTSD, and sleep disruption. “’Adrenal fatigue’ is not a real medical condition. There are no scientific facts to support the theory that long-term mental, emotional, or physical stress drains the adrenal glands and causes many common symptoms.” Consider that statement carefully.
“Adrenal fatigue sounds like you have these tired, sad little adrenal glands that can no longer make cortisol and adrenaline for you, so you feel sluggish,” says naturopathic and functional-medicine doctor, Brooke Kalanick, ND, MS, LAc. “That’s not quite it. People with Adrenal Fatigue can live what appear to be normal lives, doing the things they have always done and may not have any obvious signs of severe physical illness. However, they typically have a general overall feeling of less than perfect wellness, general fatigue, or a kind of flat tone to their previously vibrant lives.
Adrenal fatigue is not recognized by the Endocrine Society or any other endocrinology society, but adrenal insufficiency is. One glaring problem for the adrenal fatigue concept is that the reported symptoms don’t match those from adrenal insufficiency, although there is some overlap.
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