Adrenaline Problems

Discussion in 'Ask For Help or Advice' started by pyttsan, Jul 4, 2013.

  1. pyttsan

    pyttsan Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm a recovering low-carb CFS sufferer who's been Peat-ing for about two months and my deteriorating health is finally starting to get better.
    I have one big problem though. I'm diagnosed with ADHD and all this sugar is making me more scattered-brained than ever - it's basically like beeing 12 y o again where I can't keep my focus on anything for more than a few minutes.
    I no longer have the same issues with fatigue and brainfog that I had on low-carb diets but now I can't even sit still! I think I may need some ADHD drug to keep this in check but I'm wondering if there's anything else that can be done to reduce adrenaline levels? Glycine/gelatin during the day seem to make me tired and baking soda alone doesn't seem to cut it.. Any ideas?
     
  2. Jenn

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    Somethings to experiment with....

    Extra Potassium, mag and salt.
    Niacinamide
    Pregnenelone
    Coffee with gelatin

    It's ok to take a nap during the day so the liver can do a little repair work.

    How are you using baking soda? I am not understanding the context of being tired during the day.
     
  3. Beebop

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    Also maybe extra thyroid? When I feel wired I'm finding that a bit more T3 brings calm.
    I think it's a myth that sugar makes children hyperactive.

    Great news that some of your symptoms are better!
     
  4. Thomas

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    Hi Beebop, how do you supplement with T3 when you are feeling wired? I am on cynoplus now since two month and all in all I improve but then I have now and then these dipps into the World of bad symptoms. I too have cynomel at home. How do I use them together?

    Thanks
    Thomas
     
  5. MrThyroid

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    DEFENETILY NOT ! T3 increases effect of adrenaline its working sygenerlistic, But it depends on the person i guess
     
  6. raypeatclips

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    You do know this thread is 5 years old and the user you're quoting hasn't been online for 3 years?
     
  7. MrThyroid

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    yeah i know my bad i was looking for adrenaline issues due my high adrenaline and forget that this trhead is so old xD
     
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