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Tcoach1
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Though I am tired all day it seems in the am when I awake I have that can't move tired.
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could be that your cortisol levels are off. have you done the saliva test?
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I finally found a dr that gave me the right test for this. saliva! (yes, WP) and it showed that I wsa high while sleeping and none in the daytime. I was waking every day with profound

weakness, nausea and an overwhelming hot rush throughout my body.

it's now been about 3 months on the supplements and I feel soo much better and evened out.

hope you figure out what it is for you. so much trial and error with us all the time, right?

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Did it help your fatigue??
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Tcoach1
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Funny as I know the overall burn rush. It's not from Lyme as when I really am stressed out and worry bout things I get this.
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Well cortisol is the stress hormone so the fact that you are feeling this around when your stressed is a good indicator that you might have low cortisol levels. I recommend getting tested.

Even if you can't find the saliva testing, atleast go a get your am cortisol levels draw at quest or whatever lab you go to.

I had this for a year without knowing. It was god awful. On the bright side, it can be easily fixed!

Good luck to you

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Ok. I will. Did it help with the extreme fatigue?
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I think the test is available from Genova Diagnostics. You would need a script from your doctor for this.
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my cortisol issues never showed up in a blood test.

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the video of the lecture someone else posted in another thread had some good info on it about this I think.

It is really worth a look:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7T9E2HMmGA

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Fyi, one night recently I decided to take a bunch of supplements, simply just to take them, and woke up energized in the morning - that part not intended. So I'm wondering whether another angle could be nutrient need.

I drank some liquid minerals from the Utah sea beds, drank some noni juice, some Vit D drops in milk, took a fish oil capsule for omega 3s, Vit C tablet, magnesium tablet, zinc tablet, grapeseed extract capsule, hydrolyzed collagen capsule, biosil.

I guess the gist of this is you could start to experiment with healthy supplementation to see if it makes a difference.

Re tired all day, in the beginning when I had no idea what was going on, I found that taking flower pollen gave me back my energy. It was a special flower pollen then that is no longer available, but you could experiment.

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