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Adrenal fatigue develops when the adrenal gland is impaired and pumps lower levels of cortisol into the blood, according to WebMD. Cortisol is important for the metabolism of fat, and chronically low levels of the hormon... More »

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The symptoms of an adrenal tumor sometimes include heart palpitations, nervousness, excessive perspiration, headaches and abdominal pain, explains Cancer.Net. These are often accompanied by high blood pressure, unexplain... More »

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Adrenal cancers often cause symptoms related to the overproduction of hormones that they cause, according to the American Cancer Society. The specific symptoms depend on the particular hormone that is being produced, but... More »

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