I have only just come back to PR after a break. I have had ME/CFS plus hypothyroidism for some years (8 the first, and 18 the latter). On thyroid forums they talk of adrenal issues that often need to be explored, so I started researching for help last year. I stumbled on Paul Robinson's book Recovering with T3 which I used when I started using T3/liothyronine instead of the T4/thyroxine I had been on for years. I have done a search on PR but cannot find any reference to him on the forum, and yet he has a unique insight into adrenal healing. He first began to heal himself (was on T4 only and not getting better and got ME/CFS label), using T3 only, but then feeling that he was still not as well as he could be, he evolved a novel method for improving his adrenal function that uses no supplements, glandulars of any kind. The only snag is that you have to be diagnosed hypothyroid and using either T3 OR Natural Dessicated Thyroid. It taps into the Circadian rhythms of cortisol production by taking a dose at a time when you are normally asleep. You have to wake yourself and then go back to sleep. He has a website if you google his name along with T3, (am I allowed to post websites on here?) and has now written 2 books on the subject. I am not here to sell his books but wondered if anyone else had tried it as I have just had a mini breakthrough. I did try his method in the summer but was unsure about if it was working and was not getting consistent results then. However I just had a bit of a setback definitely due to being overstressed. My BP started to plummet, along with my temperature that got very erratic. I got back on his regime again, and within 4 days my BP is improved, and my temperature gradually normalising. So there is definitely something to this that is worth exploring for anyone who is also hypothyroid. Happy to share experiences with anyone else on here as I am now on it again for the long term to see if it will bring further healing along with all else I am doing (quite a bit re diet and getting rid of environmental toxins where possible).