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Low Morning Cortisol in CFS

Published: June 17, 2012

Below is another new study showing decreased morning adrenal cortisol and elevated evening cortisol levels in CFS (which suggest an alteration in day/night rhythms and which would also disrupt sleep). This is on the heels of a recent study showing low morning cortisol in women with CFS and an excellent review article by Dr. Kent Holtorf on the need for and safety of adrenal support in CFS. For a summary of Dr. Holtorf's article see "Adrenal problems in CFS."