Conditions Caused by Excess Adrenaline and the Internal Medicine Approach For a Happy and Healthy Life with Dr. Michael E. Platt
By considering adrenaline as equally powerful as other hormones in daily life, adrenaline can be used to tweak the body’s chemistry to live a more comfortable lifestyle.
With stress comes adrenaline and excess adrenaline raises cortisol. The first action of cortisol is to raise sugar levels which, accordingly, raises insulin levels. So now there are two hormones raising sugar levels, stimulating insulin release, creating fat.
"I have observed that patients with low cortisol levels in saliva often have high cortisol levels in the blood" states Dr. Platt