Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard the phrase “adrenal fatigue”.
You know, wiped out, overworked adrenal glands that have taken such a beating that they can’t muster up enough strength to make any more cortisol. This leaves their owner feeling rundown, lethargic, and generally unwell.
Nice story. Not true.
Yes, people don't feel well. No, this isn't because of rundown adrenal glands.
It turns out, low cortisol is real, but it’s probably not due to wiped-out or rundown adrenal glands.
For one, viruses.
Viruses want to avoid, evade, and otherwise sabotage their host’s immune system. After all, the more they can undermine, or misdirect, the immune system, the more they can replicate, take over the body, and ultimately survive.
If a virus was an evil supervillain, we might call him ImmunoEvader.
Check out how they do it.
Now before you go telling everyone with adrenal fatigue they have a virtual infection, know this: Viral infections aren't the only thing that results in low adrenal function.
I'm covering seven scientifically validated ways someone can have low cortisol, none of which are adrenal “fatigue”.
Learn them all the new, virtual workshop, “How To Evaluate Adrenal Fatigue Using a Blood Chemistry.”
If you talk about adrenal fatigue or have patients who talk about adrenal fatigue, you simply CAN NOT miss this.