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Very hot at night from adrenal support

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by optimist, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. optimist

    optimist Senior Member

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    Hi guys!

    I have had very good success with ACE, B5 and licorice root extract for adrenal support. The thing is however, that if I take it a few days, I get super hot when I go to bed, or I wake up smoking at some point... has anyone had the same experience, and better, has any a way to counteract the effect?

    Big hugs to you all :D I guess I am a hugging kind of a person...
     
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    optimist Senior Member

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    Nobody?
     
  3. Gondwanaland

    Gondwanaland Senior Member

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    Anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory herbs help with my night sweats, for instance Milk Thistle and Olive Leaf tea. However I don't tolerate them on a daily basis, and only in small amounts.
    A big hug back at you :hug:
     
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    So, you believe that there's a connection between night sweats and inflammation then?! I was not aware that milk thistle is anti-inflammatory. I have just started taking it regularly as I learned the other day that I have liver enzymes over the top (73, top limit is 70).
     
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    Gondwanaland Senior Member

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    It seems so in my experience
    It is an antioxidant, but it can have side effects, be careful to not overdo with it. Don't you get wrist tension at sleep?
     
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    No, fortunately - that's one thing I do not have :) I have struggled with extreme nocturnal leg cramping when I've taken calcium though, but now that has fortunately subsided :D
     

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