Anger and breathless after i exercise???

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After I exercise I get very hyped up and angry can somebody tell me if this has anything to do with my adrenal gland’s? I also have trouble breathing when this happens.  It may take hours to days two weeks even to return to normal. 

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    Talking about experience, I have had adrenal problems since 1965, I never experienced any of those symptoms... is there anything else like low or high cortisol?
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    Very unlikely that it is your adrenal glands. The only thing I can think of is that your "fight or flight" mechanism is being triggered inappropriately - but I have no idea how that even works, let alone how it could go wrong. You really need to see a doc, nobody here has had the years of training and experience that might put a better handle on.it.

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       Thank you both for your replies, I do have an appointment  with an  endocrinologist On the 26th I hope to get some answers. 

       

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    Hi Cheryl I get this. I've had it on and off for many years but in the last year its been very persistent and gotten a lot worse. I've just recently been diagnosed with Autonomic dysfunction (dysautonomia) and POTS and both of these can cause exercise intolorence. Like someone else mentioned it can be caused due to the fight or flight response working inappropriately. See what the endocrinologist suggests. Hope you get the answers you need.

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