Hi, folks. I have just ordered Paul Robinson's book on the CT3 method, but something another member said has me wondering. If I wake up with anxiety, might it be because I have low cortisol levels and that adrenalin is being produced because of this? Anyone got any info? I have quite a fast and thumpy heart rate at 6am, when I take my first NDT, and I'm wondering why this might be? I'm evidently still hypo during the day, despite a second dose of NDT at midday - you know the score, weak as a kitten, tired, dull-witted, no energy to do anything other than stare at the TV, but my symptoms do ease as the afternoon wears on. ... Will read Paul's book and hopefully will regain some of my oomph, but until I get it - or have the energy to read the thing - any ideas?
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