Saw a reference, googled it, laughed quite hard, desperately tried to find something authoritative on adrenal glands that wasn't trying to sell herbal supplements....
To be honest, I love Internet quizzes that attempt to diagnose things. Yes, even the ones that say "This is not intended to replace a diagnosis by your doctor" at the top, as though it's going to make a difference to how people use it.
I found one on About.com, in the (cue warning sirens) Alternative Medicine section. Some choice questions follow:
"I often feel tired after exercise, rather than energized." - Exercise how hard?
"I crave sweet or salty foods" - Does chocolate count?
"I am frequently irritable, negative or pessimistic" - Can I count enduring personality traits here?
"I often have trouble getting up in the morning, even after going to bed at a reasonable hour." - Define "reasonable".
"My body temperature feels off balance or I get hot flushes." - Should middle-aged women be excused from answering this one?
"I drink more than one 8oz cup of coffee every day" - I have mitigating circumstances!
"In my free time, I'm often too tired to do anything that involves going out of the house." - Does low care factor count here?
And my result?
"You answered 11 items out of 16 correctly.
Your score is 69%. Your adrenal glands may be in overdrive."
Give me a break. "Correctly"? Were they paying attention when they put that together? And 16 questions is enough for a 2/3 response to result in the diagnosis of "overdrive"?
I can, however, now confirm that according to the Internet I have Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome, Adult ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and I'm a woman, a fact which would greatly surprise my girlfriend if she found out about it.