Category Archives: Fatigue

Lyme Disease and EBV Infections Seen With Adrenal Fatigue

How hidden or stealth infections may be the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome When we look at some of the more common causes of Adrenal Fatigue we often think of prolonged stress, Sex Hormone Imbalances, dysglycemia, and finally inflammation as being the primary culprits. However what if you have addressed these with your holistic […]

How Chronic Infections Cause Toxic Overload and Adrenal Fatigue

In the previous article we talked about three common culprits that can be common coinfections behind Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).  Todays article focuses on how these infections contribute to toxic overload and cause varied symptoms. Stealth Infections Adrenal Fatigue and Toxicity Stealth infections continuously place a burden on the body and, […]

Infections and Adrenal fatigue: Three Common Culprits.

To continue our series on hidden infections, we are going to look at 3 common culprits that can be common coinfections behind Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). When symptoms of either AFS or CFS are present and treatment directed on the adrenal glands have been unsuccessful, tests should be done to determine if  Epstein […]

The Link Between Hypoglycemia, Low Cortisol and Adrenal Function

What does hypoglycemia, low cortisol and adrenal function have in common? Low blood sugar, also known as hypoglycemia, can be a dangerous condition for many people. Both stress and adrenal fatigue syndrome can contribute to hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Adrenal hormones like epinephrine, nor-epinephrine, DHEA and Cortisol play a vital role in blood sugar regulation and should be […]

Why Do Hashimoto’s Sufferers Wake up at 3 a.m.

If you have Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism you may be frequently waking up around 3 a.m. and then you may be unable to go back to sleep. While primary and secondary insomnia may have complex causes, often low blood sugar is the problem and this can be fixed by making changes in your food choices and using targeted nutritional […]

Why People With Hashimoto’s should Have their B12 levels Checked

People affected by Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism must check their B12 levels Do you know that Vitamin B12 deficiency is very common and as many as two-fifths of the population may suffer from this deficiency or have lower than normal ranges of this vitamin? This can be significant since B12 deficiency has similar symptoms as more serious […]

10 Reasons Why It Seems Impossible To Stabilize Your Thyroid.

Do you feel like you are on the Thyroid Roller coaster? TSH levels are  high one month and then the next month it’s low or dare I say “normal” Do you feel like you are on a roller coaster of emotions as well? Do you gain weight one month and then lose weight the next? Do you […]

Adrenal Fatigue-Is It All In Your Head? Or Is Your Doctor Just Clueless

Is Adrenal fatigue “all in your head” or does it really exist? That depends what kind of doctor you consult with. Most traditional allopathic doctors (M.D.) only acknowledge the very extremes of adrenal gland dysfunction namely Cushing’s disease or Addison’s disease. Many physicians will even make you think you are crazy if you bring up the notion. But for […]

Is MTHFR Mutations Associated with Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome- Dr Hagmeyer Explains

The Connection Between MTHFR and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome Both Methyl-Tetrahydrofolatereductase (MTHFR) mutations and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) are becoming increasing prevalent as more people get tested for it. While both of these conditions can exist as isolated syndromes, they are often found together when you look at the BIG Picture and causes behind Adrenal Fatigue.  This should make perfect […]

Why You Feel Worse When You Take Thyroid Medication

Today, I wanted to share with you some information about fillers and binders within your thyroid medication that you should be aware of. Why is this important? Because not a day goes by where a patient reaches out to my office and says something that sounds like this. “I’m so glad that I’ve stumbled across […]