Hello, I've decided to come out and ask a few questions since I have been suffering from severe cardiac neurosis for the better part of a year now, and I've considered all sorts of possibilities to get myself spooked along that time.
I've had all sorts of tests done except those relating to the endocrine system and electrophysiolgy side of things. So my questions is:
When it comes to conditions such as Addison's disease, adrenal fatigue, etc... is it possible for the chronically anxious person to be under such mental stress for such a long period of time, with panic attacks occurring occasionally, that your body will be so thrown off, like say, a bulimic/anorexic person, in terms of electrolytes balancing and adrenal hormone production, that exercising/going back to a regularly strength training routine would pose a risk of dangerous arrhythmias due to poor electrolyte/microminerals metabolism? For example, too much cortisol/too little aldosterone affecting sodium and potassium levels?
In the case of such a possibility, can this be prevented with supplementation?