Addison’s disease and Weight Loss

Addison's disease is additionally referred to as adrenal insufficiency, is an uncommon disorder that happens when your body doesn't produce enough of certain hormones. In Addison's disease, your adrenal glands are located just above your kidneys, produce insufficient cortisol then often, insufficient aldosterone. Addison’s disease can also occur all together in age groups and both sexes and may be life-threatening. Treatment may involve taking hormones to exchange people who are missing. Then, Addison's disease symptoms usually develop slowly, often over several months. Often, then the disease can progress so slowly that symptoms are ignored until stress, like illness or injury, occurs and also makes symptoms worse. Therefore the signs and symptoms may include Extreme fatigue, Weight loss, decreased appetite, darkening of your skin (hyperpigmentation), Low vital signs, even fainting, Salt craving.

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