I from the UK, a year ago I found out that I was in adrenal fatigue stage 3 and had a HMA done (march 2017) which showed all four low pattern, i have worked one year with my nutrition pra ....
I from the UK, a year ago I found out that I was in adrenal fatigue stage 3 and had a HMA done (march 2017) which showed all four low pattern, i have worked one year with my nutrition practitioner mainly on my gut and adding in a lot of magnesium, stopping exercise etc and although i feel slightly better not much has changed and when i had my HMA retest at the beginning of this month (March 2018) i am still in all four low pattern.
I have been following your threads from years ago and hoped you could give me some insight on a way forward as you seem to have been through this and done well. I'm hoping you are all better now.
I have been recommended to do the ARL protocol by my nutritionist as our last years efforts have failed, however i have read alot about how very intensive it is, possibly too fast and aggressive & and most seem to have a problem with the Paramin sup.
My current state of health is that i do manage to work full time but feel tired when i get home and have not been able to resume exercise yet. The tiredness effects my mood and i don't engage with the world as i would like to due to lack of energy. I would say i have more bad days than good where i just feel under par and missing out, i certainly don't feel energised ever!
I have just started a part time university course and i am concerned that i will not be able to study on the ARL Protocol. My question to you is how bad do you feel when doing the ARL protocol and would you recommend starting on the TEI instead now that you have been through it? Or is there another way out of this?
Thank-you so much in advance for any insight you may be able to give me