I'm sure adrenal fatigue exists - it's not plausible that your adrenal glands either work or they don't, despite that being a view held by many endonobs and GPs.
But it seems that often when I read here about someone having adrenal fatigue they also have ferritin deficiency. So... Is it possible adrenal fatigue is caused by ferritin deficiency?
We know that low ferritin means people have a hard time converting T4 to T3. We also know that when ferritin deficient people try to take T3 or NDT instead they find it hard to tolerate and have odd side effects. Adrenal fatigue is often blamed then. But if the ferritin deficiency is addressed, do those folk then find they can tolerate T3/NDT? Is there anyone here who has adrenal fatigue but good levels of ferritin?
Just curious really.