In the fall, I also completed 1 month of t-tapp, that time doing the instructional for BWO+ every other day. Then suddenly I was battling massive problems with chest pain, stomach issues, fatigue, joint pain, and anxiety. I fell off the t-tapp wagon and had a whole host of medical tests, all of which were normal--blood work, endoscope, EKG, multiple ultrasounds etc. I've had most of the symptoms for adrenal fatigue off & on for about 10 years now.
By March, when I started t-tapping again this time (this time with MORE), I was feeling pretty good. I'd been taking higher Vit D and natural progestrone both of which seemed to help along with eliminating some inflammatory foods like most dairy, artificial sweeteners and acid/citrus foods. The Man made/god made food plan has made me feel terrific. BUT yesterday, I started having the horrible chest pain again, and realized that I've been having to up my coffee the last week or two and fatigue has been creeping up on me.
I've done a few searches on here for adrenal fatigue, but what I really want to know is how to best use T-tapp to cure it and what else to do so that I can slowly build up to more exercise. I know Blessed Mama has said that she used T-tapp Chair exclusively for a while. But how long? Just until this recent flare-up has passed?
Are there other supplements that really help? I've found long lists of different things and I just don't have the budget to try lots of things right now. I currently do my prescription anti-depressant + Fish Oil (high quality from Cost Co x2 a day) + Vit D (10,000 mg three times a week for severe Vit D deficiency--prescription from naturopath) + Cal/Mag supplement. I use the Mirena IUD for birth control, but I've had most of these symptoms long before Mirena--they seem to wax and wane with stress etc. It seems that EVERY darn time I try to lose weight and start exercising my body protests loudly. And that makes me so sad. I *know* that t-tapp can work for me. I love how it makes me feel in general. More even than inch loss, I love how proactive I feel doing the workout and how much more in control of body I feel.
Any ideas? Support? Similar experiences?
Thanks in advance!