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Hi Sandi, in response to your comment about adrenal rushes in stomach and solarplexes. I’m hypothyroid and have struggled with medication for a very long time had a severe case of ‘burnt out adrenals’ with lots of that horrible adrenal stomach sensation. I took lots of adrenal supplements and nothing really helped me until my GP (in the UK) finally let me try Liothyronine T3, the already converted thyroid hormone. It’s going very slowly for me, but the adrenal rushes stopped virtually completely as soon as I was able to take a reasonable amount of T3. I’ve been following something called ‘The circadian method’. It involves taking a dose of T3 within the 4hour period just before your natural waking time in the morning. There is a book by Paul Robinson called T3 and The Circadian Method’. He pioneered the method which cured him. It works on the principal that the adrenals need T3 and the correct timing of a dose during the 4hour window before waking, feeds the adrenals.
Hope this might be of some help to you.
I’m still struggling with what I think is an impaired immune system, but that’s another matter!!
I wish you all good luck with your recovery. Lynda.

hi rob. ive been reading the reviews and am still undecided on which way i would like to go. im 27, around , slim and fairly tonned. my work is medium to high physically intensive(i dig holes and lay power cable). workouts are few and far between, mainly consisting of push up, crunches and sit-ups to tone mid region. i have a long term relationship with a wonderful women but when i finish work i would rather kick back on the couch with a few beers an watch the idiot box, then satisfy her. im hoping for a moderate tone up and rather large kick up the ass for my sex drive. Any information on either would be greatly appreciated

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