You are sooooo young. Why do you think your adrenals are shot? Rather than trying to figure this out on your own, and doing a lot of self-diagnosing (which we all do when we don't feel well), get yourself to an Endocrinologist and have the proper testing done for Adrenal Insufficiency. I would start there... and if you do have Adrenal Insufficiency, you certainly will get your life back once you are put on the appropriate steroid replacement, etc.
You do have a lot of the common symptoms of Adrenal Insufficiency.. everything you mention is how I feel when I know I am running low on my steroid replacement... especially, the extreme fatigue, inability to get up in the morning and the nausea. Please please please do yourself a favor and get to a doc and get all of the right testing done... don't let your life pass you by because if you do have Adrenal Insufficiency, it will not get better on it's own.. and why not start feeling better sooner rather than later...
Trust me.. I was ill for a few years before getting diagnosed.. miserable.
How am I doing? Honestly, that is a very difficult question for me to answer right now, as I am not doing well due to a lot of emotional trauma/stress/etc. So the condition becomes more difficult to manage. If you do have Adrenal Insufficiency, you will learn that you have to pay extra close attention to both your physical health and mental well being. As you probably know, the adrenal glands are responsible for producing cortisol, the hormone necessary to fight any stress in your body... and keep in mind that stress is stress... the adrenals can't distinguish between physical stress ( the flu, infection, etc) and mental stress ( problems in relationships, stressful job, financial probs, etc).. so when you're under ANY stress, the adrenals need to produce cortisol, and if you're under too much stress for prolonged periods of time, or your body is too stressed, your adrenals become exhausted... and Adrenal Fatigue and Adrenal Insufficiency sets it.
I can tell you that if you do have AI, and are put on the appropriate steroid replacement, you will feel worlds better! But like I said, you will just learn to tune into your body's needs, monitor activities, etc. You will know when you've over done it, and then you'll have get some extra rest & chill time. I tend to overdo it when I feel really good... and then I end up wiped out and sick the next day. One of these days, I'll learn how to do things in moderation. :dizzy
A couple of the other common, telling signs of this condition, are craving/needing a lot of salt, feeling dehydrated, and weight loss. Are you experiencing any of these symptoms?