Battling Fatigue with Elite Triathlete Jordan Bryden
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Jordan Bryden is a gifted young triathlete from Alberta in Canada who came to me looking for help. In 2005, Jordan won the Canadian Junior National Championships and has since gone on to compete as an elite athlete. Now age 28, Jordan suffers from fatigue and insomnia and feels like his recovery is much slower than in his younger years. I'm certain that this is not just about getting older, and together we plan to use functional lab work to identify the underlying cause of the problem. This first interview covers some of Jordan's history, complaints, and challenges. Using a home saliva test, we measured Jordan's cortisol, DHEA, estrogen, progesterone, melatonin, and testosterone. We found hypocortisolism (full paper), also known as adrenal fatigue syndrome. The question is why? The plan is to continue the investigation with urinary organic acids, stool and blood testing. Click here to view Jordan’s results in PDF format. Are you a triathlete suffering from fatigue and insomnia? Book a free consultation and…