I've been lurking here for a while but this is my first post. I've been dealing with diagnosed adrenal fatigue for a few years now without a lot of progress. My progression of symptoms looks something like this: diagnosed with mild dyspraxia in kindergarten, severe allergies in childhood, poor grip strength as a young adult, around the age of 30 I started noticing a lot of stiffness from my lower back down through my legs, developed painful peripheral neuropathy in my feet about 5 yrs ago, full-blown adrenal fatigue two years ago. Bloodwork hasn't shown any inflammatory markers but I obviously have issues with inflammation. Food allergy testing showed 17 positives including gluten and dairy and low sigA. Dairy gives me dry eyes, mouth and sinuses. If I avoid gluten my blood pressure drops to normal in a few days. Nightshade vegetables in excess causes painful arthritis-like inflammation in the fingers of my left hand (dominant side). I've been taking p5p and sublingual b12 and D3 for a few months now. My doc recommended the P5P and when I researched it and understood the importance of active forms of B I added benfotiamine as well. I read that nasal B12 is much better absorbed so I've used a nasal spray a few times a week over the last couple of months. I stumbled onto methylation therapy and after reading a LOT of posts here ordered a few supps: Jarrow B-Right Advanced Research Lithium Orotate 120mg Solgar Metafolin 800mcg Country Life Active B12 Dibencozide with folic acid 3000mcg Jarrow Methyl B12 5000mcg Jarrow Potassium Citrate 99mg Over the last week I've taken some of the above in a scattershot way since it is confusing which protocol to follow and how to ramp up. Yesterday I took the following in the morning and felt GREAT all day long: Jarrow B-Right Source Naturals Acetyl L-Carnitine & ALA 1/2 Lithium Orotate tablet 500mg Centrofenoxine 500mg Esther C Potassium Citrate 99mg I mean felt GREAT. Much improved energy, brain fog lifted, mood elevated. I had been taking 2-3/day of the Country Life Dibencozide over the previous few days. Curious if I should stay with whats working right now or add the sublingual B12 back in?