Adrenal Fatigue from Reduce XT

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    Adrenal Fatigue from Reduce XT


    I just finished up my second bottle of Reduce XT which was a part of PCT. A day later, I am experiencing adrenal fatigue. What can I do to combat that? I have read everything from benadryl to l-tyrosine, I just want to get my energy back quickly.

    BTW, Reduce XT worked like a champ while I was taking it. Really kept cortisol levels in check and helped lean up with other supplements.

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    Well I would take the non supplement route because if not you'd just be using a garden hose to take out a house fire... Best to tackle the problem from the roots. Get some rest, tone back the volume for a week. Don't be afraid to go over on your calories a bit. And relax.

    If supplements are a must you might try some holy basil, ginger, and some st. (somethign can't remember the name), these all help you relax. Your adrenals are probably constantly firing.
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    Adrenal fatigue from using a cort-inhibitor/modulator?

    AF is from excessive cort release over a long period of time taxing/burdening your adrenals; then they peter out and do not release as much cortisol (normal amounts), leaving you feeling spent. If you had AF prior to taking anti-cort supps, then it was a bad idea to begin with. If you needed these from excess cort floating aroiund in your system, I highly doubt these caused AF.

    Look into a product called Revamp if you in fact have AF. Good luck (ps; stress, por sleep, over-stimulating,over-exercising and bad eating habits can all lead to AF)
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    I agree with the above.

    I would try to get some much needed rest for awhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whacked View Post
    Adrenal fatigue from using a cort-inhibitor/modulator?

    AF is from excessive cort release over a long period of time taxing/burdening your adrenals; then they peter out and do not release as much cortisol (normal amounts), leaving you feeling spent. If you had AF prior to taking anti-cort supps, then it was a bad idea to begin with. If you needed these from excess cort floating aroiund in your system, I highly doubt these caused AF.

    Look into a product called Revamp if you in fact have AF. Good luck (ps; stress, por sleep, over-stimulating,over-exercising and bad eating habits can all lead to AF)
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    I would try to get to the root of the problem. See a doctor. Adrenal fatigue is not a real condition, and I think your physician will be able to find the true culprit and help you out.
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    not to mention your body is trying to recover from the cycle. I think a break is needed as well. Thanks for the good feedback on the product brotha.
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    lol your post cycle.. did you think you were suppose to feel like magic? I feel like crap during pct and weeks after..

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    Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench View Post
    lol your post cycle.. did you think you were suppose to feel like magic? I feel like crap during pct and weeks after..

    Mike
    I actually felt great during PCT. Been two months since the cycle ended, and I had mor energy and felt better than any previous PCT. Once I stopped the cort control, a day later I crashed.

    There could be something else going on, but I was up every morning at 6 or 630, running miles, lots of energy, etc, and it is like I smacked a wall and now I can't get up until 9 or 10, and that is going to be at 10 or 11, takes a while to get going in the mornings, can't do morning cardio or lifting. Been that way for a few days.
  

  
 

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