Once again. Because I‘d like to help.
My wife asked me „What about iodine?“ Maybe she‘s right.
The German Kyra Hoffmann wrote in her book „Iodine“ (also did Lynne Farrow, I remember):
„The adrenal glands have a close connection to the thyroid. Not only do they share the tyrosine (aminoacude) they need for the formation of catecholamines in the adrenal medulla, but they also have a great need for iodine - like the thyroid.
Chronic stress can lead to exhaustion of the adrenal glands, and the catecholamines and/or cortisol and dhea fall off. Adrenal medulla insufficiency is usually treated with aminoacids phenylalanine and/or tyrosine.
If there is also weakness of the adrenal glands, hydrocortisone is also used.
Due to our experience with adrenal insufficiency, we know that the therapy can take a very long time. Iodine respectively the compensation of iodine deficiency often leads to a significantly shortened duration of therapy.“
Perhaps it could help you.
Do you know your iodine level and, once again, your aminogram?
Wish you all the best