Has anyone ever tried taking NDT at night, and found that it had a positive impact on your well-being...?
I am asking after reading the other night that people suffering from adrenal sufficiency and taking Medrol had better take it at bedtime, so that they wake up with ideal cortisol level (due to Medrol's long half-life, compared to hydrocortisone drugs).
However, as far as I know, T4 stays in the body for weeks anyway, and T3 is fast acting, which means that it could keep you awake all night...?
I don't know if Thyroid-S is different, as it is said to contain a sustained-release compound...?
As far as I've been able to ascertain, a healthy thyroid gland produces hormones mainly during the night, and then releases hormones into the bloodstream in the early morning hours, allowing you to wake up feeling refreshed. Ideally, that would mean taking thyroid drugs somewhere between 4 and 5 am...?