What can cause Addison's disease?
How common is Addison's disease?
- In the United States, Addison’s disease affects 1 in 100,000 people. It occurs in both men and women equally and in all age groups, but is most common in the 30-50 year-old age range. What causes Addison’s disease?
Is adrenal fatigue “real”?
- While adrenal fatigue is not accepted by most doctors, adrenal insufficiency is a real medical condition that occurs when our adrenal glands cannot produce enough hormones.
What is Addison's disease?
- What is Addison's disease? Addison's disease is a rare condition in which the adrenal glands don't make enough hormones to manage various bodily functions. Only one in 100,000 people has it. It can happen at any age to either men or women. People with Addison's disease can lead normal lives as long as they take their medication.
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