I had the same thought that you did, Robby!
Just saw some old WWII footage about shell-shock being seen in troops who
were in combat for 3-4 weeks.
Adrenals are supposed to have about a 3 week reserve of adrenal hormones.
All these meds for mental/emotional/behavioral conditions which are really
various expressions of adrenal stress, fatigue, and exhaustion. Hmm?
On 10/31/05, Kerbob <robertbloch@...> wrote:
> The vets got aerosolized lead, lots of heavy metals in gunpowder, scores
> of TCVs., and what not. Could shell-shock and combat fatigue have been
> nothing more than the toxic tipping point for some guys?
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