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    Unhappy Temperature drop

    Does anyone else suffer from the same thing like I do?

    I have noticed that my temperature drops significantly when it's very cold outside and I go out. Could this be related to adrenals by any chance?

    I feel absolutely freezing when go out sometimes but temperature returns to normals when I am back home after an hour or so

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    Re: Temperature drop

    Hi Mister site admin!

    Have you had your Adrenals checked?? It could be, I have treated my adrenals myself, after reading a very good article by Dr barry Peatfield. Its very informative, I havent got time to find it, as Im on nights, and will be going to work in a bit, but Ill have a look for you tomorrow or the day after

    EDIT quick google search and Voila!!http://featherstone.bravehost.com/th...ldadrenal.html Enjoy
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    Re: Temperature drop

    Hi ric,

    for the article, very useful indeed but I have already bought of Dr. Barry Peatfield and actually being treated by him as well.

    I am on 25mcg Cortef at the moment and have noticed quite a bit of difference. My B.P used to be very low all the time like 90/45 and now it has recovered a bit but still not optimum.

    Not quite sure how long do I have to take cortef as it's been a month and I am still not 100%

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    Re: Temperature drop

    thats cool I took 30mg for 3 months. and came off it. I never had a cool doc like Dr peatfield to advise me though. Glad your benefitting from the cortef.

    The arrticle is a good read, so thought it might help those who hadnt read his book
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    Re: Temperature drop

    How did it feel like coming off it? I am a bit scared to raise the dose to 30mcg as it can suppress your own adrenals, that's what I have been told. Did you take any natural products like Nutri-Adrenal Extra?

    How did you take your dosage? And when you were coming off it, how did you do that as well?

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    Re: Temperature drop

    I dont take anything for my adrenals right now, although, Im thinking ABOUT IT! I came of Cortef very slowly reducing it by 5mg per week until I stopped after about 6 weeks of ruducing. Slowly but surely!
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    Re: Temperature drop

    Hi
    I thought having sudden drops in temperature and feeling the cold generally was a symptom of hypo? I also have hot flushes - I put this down to the menopause but also hypo - I get freezing - the ambient temperature affects me but I get sort of cold flushes, especially first thing in a morning before I get up, even if I am in a nice warm bed. Hot and cold. At least life isn't boring!

 

 

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