I just read this:
Adrenal fatigue refers to a collection of symptoms that result when the adrenal glands function below the necessary level. The adrenal glands are located just above the kidneys and are primarily responsible for governing the body's response to stress. As its name implies, the main symptom of adrenal fatigue is persistent fatigue that is not relieved by sleep.
Other common symptoms of low adrenal function include:
Difficulty getting up in the morning
Cravings for salty or sweet snacks
Struggling to keep up with life's daily demands
Difficulty bouncing back from illness or stress
Moodiness/decreased tolerance for others
Decreased sex drive
Well this is exactly how I feel, however I thought that Hypotyroidism would produce those symptoms.
So is this a case of the proverbial "chicken or the egg" scenario?