Monthly Archives: November 2010

Retail Therapy and the Holiday Blues

   There was a time when the act of shopping and buying was an attempt to escape my adrenal fatigue. I now label it retail therapy.  And I had a beautiful reason for retail therapy during the holidays.  The idea … Continue reading

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Make Memories Not Misery

  Thanksgiving is almost here, and Christmas is too close. As usual, holidays can create stress for all of us, and sometimes we can make miserable memories. Stress just comes with the holidays. However, for those who suffer with adrenal … Continue reading

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Be Your Own Patient Advocate

Adrenal fatigue falls into a broad category of non-specific symptoms that doctors have a hard time understanding, and if they cannot offer a specific diagnosis, many physicians will assume that the patient is seeking attention or is a hypochondriac. Patients … Continue reading

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Dr. Oz and Adrenal Fatigue

September 2010, Dr. Oz invited two doctors to discuss adrenal fatigue in a segment that focused on “Extreme Exhaustion”.  It was a controversial discussion where Dr. Robert Vigersky, member of the Endocrine Society, stated that there is no scientific evidence … Continue reading

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Finding Help When You Think You Have Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue

 Most doctors really want to accurately diagnose your condition, and they want to help you to get over your symptoms.  However, there are complex parts of any chronic condition such as adrenal fatigue, and many medical doctors just don’t have … Continue reading

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