Adrenal Fatigue Quiz

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Your adrenal glands are like batteries of your body. They help you utilize carbohydrates, fats and proteins, cope with stressful situations and regulate sodium. When your adrenal glands are stressed, they do not carry out their functions effectively. This is called adrenal fatigue.

Adrenal fatigue can lead to a host of issues including:

  • Weight gain
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Cravings for unhealthy foods
  • Low energy
  • And more

Needless to say, healthy adrenal glands are key for everyday happiness and prosperity. Take the Adrenal Quiz below to see how many of the common adrenal fatigue symptoms you have. It is 22 questions and should take less than 2 minutes. Ready, go!

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  1. Yogita says:


    This cocktail is a preventive measure. What is the corrective measure?
    I just woke up .. once again.. at 3.00 am — and I don’t feel so well. Is there anything I can take now , to feel better?


  2. keisha noel says:

    Hi..I was last year DX hypothyroid..most likely hashimoto thyroiditis…I strongly believe I also suffer adrenal fatigue…I have many symptoms..I live in Trinidad&Tobago in the Caribbean..we only have blood testing for cortisol levels…I will as cash permits order the saliva kit online…but I need something in the mean time..would this cocktail help me?? And are there any substitute for the cream of tartar and orange juice??? Thnxxc

  3. Lisa says:

    Is it possible that a small child could be suffering from adrenal stress like this? I have an adopted daughter who was 4th born to a drug addicted mother, and she acts like this a lot, especially with the poor sleeping from about 3:30 on and lethargy/ weakness in muscles. Is it possible?

  4. Fred says:

    I have been under incredible emotional stress for years and know that I MUST have adrenal stress. My results of your test show severe adrenal stress. However, I had testing done at the hospital where they took blood, injected something, then checked every 30 min after for 2 hours and the results were negative. Can you explain that?

    • That’s a good question Fred. It makes sense to aggregate for all of the data you can and view it as a whole. If you have many of these symptoms, but tests are coming back negative, you may have a level of fatigue that is negatively affecting your life, but not considered “significant” in medical terms. We frequently see this in the people we work with.

  5. jan says:

    Thank you for this info. Been struggling the past 2 1/2 months with sleep disruption. I’m feeling hopeless.

  6. Robert says:

    Wow! I am stunned to see others are having this same issue. It all makes sense now! I’m going to try this as well and see if it works- hope it does! No matter when I get to sleep, I’m always awake between 2:45 and 3:15.
    Thank you guys for making this available!

  7. Mike Xavier says:

    I have suffered with this for over 10 years! I keep on teeling my doctor that getting to sleep isn’t the issue; it is the constant awakening everynight between 2:45 and 3:15 A.m wondering what the heck!. This makes so much sense, I am also in a high stress job and suspect there is something to be said for low glycogen at night. I have experienced the adrenaline rush and also wondered why my pulse raced at 3:00 A.M. I have been taking sleep aids with moderate success for the last two months, but I would rather not use those if I can. They tried a sleep study to rule out Apnea as the culprit; no sleep apnea. So I struggled on. On Christmas day I ran across this post, I will be trying it tonight (I had no cream of tarter and stores were closed on Christmas) so I am headed of today 12/26 to get my cream of tarter etc.I will post the results once I try the ‘brew’. Thanks so much.


    • Mike X says:

      So the results have been mixed, some of it due to my fault. I had been taking 0.5mg of Xanax for about 6 weeks (for sleep) and didn’t like the side effects, memory affected, ED etc, so I decided to stop taking the Xanax which while it did help a little with sleeping, it wasn’t the deep refreshing sleep I needed. Problem is you can’t just stop taking Xanax cold turkey even if I had been taking it for just 6 weeks, I had some withdrawal symptoms which may have made my sleep worse in the short term. So it is hard to judge the effectiveness of the cocktail. By the time I found this site, I was already of the Xanax for 6 days and didn’t want to go back.

      I will keep taking the cocktail to see what happens over the next few weeks as the withdrawals symptoms are almost gone. Either way, I believe the issue I am experiencing is related to my adrenals and blood sugar levels at night. I promise to keep you all updated on any progress made.

      • Mike X says:

        Another update; the results are still mixed, but improving. I still wake up, but the adrenaline effect is much less. My pulse isn’t pounding as much and I am able to get back to sleep rather quickly. Someone mentioned doubling the salt and cream of tarter which worked for them, I am a bit scared to do that because of the salt levels, bu I might give it a try for one night to see how that goes. Either way I have not taken any sleep medication in the last two weeks and I am getting an average of 6 hours per night up from about 4.

  8. April says:

    I strongly believe I have adrenalin fatigue but I don’t think any of my doctors believe it. I took a saliva test and they said they don’t understand that even though it shows low cortisol during the day and high at night. -_-’

    I also have almost all the symptoms. I have gained so much weight, I am constantly waking up in the middle of the night, it’s hard for me to fall asleep, when I get up I am still tired. UGH!!! I’ll just find supplements on my own and fix myself if they won’t.

  9. Taylor says:

    Can’t wait to see results..

  10. ali leNoir says:

    Thank you :)

  11. Tania says:

    Interested to see if this works. My Dr prescribed melatonin which is assisting in getting to sleep now but still waking between 3 & 4am every night, then struggle to get up in the morning & way too tired to do anything during the weekend.
    I’ve been on steroids & immunosuppressants for years & have also started menopause.

    • Tracy says:

      Hi Tania

      Hope you don’t mind me replying to your post. I have had SLE and Fibromyalgia with a host of other problems. Now I am starting menopause. I was wondering if you have had any results with the formula? or any recommendations? Thank You and all the best

  12. Rhonda says:

    I am trying the cocktail. I have awakened at 3 for years and
    Have wondered why.

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