Dealing with Adrenaline Dominance or Fatique

Dealing with Adrenaline Dominance or Fatique

Join us in this episode of the Adrenal Fatigue Podcast where we are discussing all things adrenaline dominance with Dr. Michael E. Platt. We discuss many of the common symptoms that go along with adrenal fatigue and how adrenaline dominance could be a less obvious influence behind them.

So commonly when we discuss burnout and adrenal fatigue, we think mainly about cortisol… but adrenaline is another hormone that comes into the mix that plays an important role in the connection and as you’ll find out, you don’t really find one without the other.


A refresher about adrenaline and how is it different from cortisol

  • Are the two always released together? 

    Is it assumed that if cortisol is high, adrenaline is also high? 

  • In the cases where we see cortisol being low, would adrenaline still be dominant or would it also be low? 

  • What is the best way to test for adrenaline dominance? 

The conditions you see most these days that commonly arise with excess adrenaline (that people aren’t connecting) and signs or symptoms to look for?

An expanded explanation on adrenaline and how it influences the following: 

  • Fatigue

  • Sleep Issues

  • Belly Fat / Blood Sugar Issues

  • Overactive Bladder/Frequent Urination

  • Fibromyalgia 

  • Brain Fog/ADHD

What are the best way to balance out your adrenaline levels?

What we need to know about bio-identical progesterone

  • How do we access it, do we need an RX?

  • Is it safe to use this even if you haven’t done testing or do you recommend doing testing first? 

  • How quickly would you notice results?

  • Are there any cases where supplementing progesterone is not recommended? 

And much more!

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