Home test adrenal fatigue

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by deepak, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. deepak

    deepak Member

    Came across this simple home test one can do to test for adrenal fatigue -

    You'll need a mirror, a small flashlight and a dimly lit room for
    this simple adrenal fatigue test.

    The first thing you need to do is be in your dimly lit room for at
    least 10 minutes, 15 or more is better. What you want is for your the
    pupils of your eyes to get big. You'll be able to see better in the
    dim room when they have dilated enough to do this test.

    Look in the mirror with the lights still dim but have enough light so
    that you can see your large pupils. Next, you shine the flashlight
    into one eye from the side in such a way that you can still see the
    pupil clearly.

    The pupil should immediately contract to a point, or at least much
    smaller than when you started. Keep the light on the eye for three
    minutes watching what happens to the pupil.

    If the pupil takes any time at all getting small, then the adrenal
    fatigue is most likely pretty severe. If it gets small then large
    again within the three minutes, then the adrenal fatigue probably
    isn't quite as bad.

    With love to all,

  2. mbofov

    mbofov Active Member

    This is one of the indications my muscle-testing chiropractor used when identifying my adrenal fatigue. My pupils were dilated during daylight when they should have been contracted. He also did muscle testing which confirmed it. I also felt weak as a kitten, and my energy started to pick up within a couple of days of starting Drenatrophin PMG, an adrenal glandular product by Standard Process.

  3. MsE

    MsE New Member

    This is very interesting, Deepak. I'll give it a try.