Signs and Symptoms of Low Cortisol (Stress Science)
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Do you have difficulty waking up in the morning? Low energy? Salt cravings?
You may be suffering from LOW cortisol.
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In patients of all ages, many disorders labeled as psychiatric may actually be due to hormonal insufficiencies. For example, cortisol deficiency is rarely taken into account in a medical or psychiatric work-up, so persons with mild to moderate cortisol insufficiency are for the most part relegated to receiving a psychiatric diagnosis when, in fact, the same disorder is represented. However, the symptoms of cortisol insufficiency appear to closely parallel such psychiatric disorders as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and addictions (Schuder et al., 2005).
A few symptoms of low cortisol include:
waking up tired in the mornings
low blood sugar
weak immune system
weight gain all over
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