I've also gone through a myriad of drs....after going menopausal I experienced severe insomnia and went into hyperdrive, I had developed Hashimotos thyroiditis a few years before at the end of perimenopause. The insomnia continued and eventually I crashed with crippling fatigue. Had to quit work. Haven't worked now for 2 1/2 years. I went through 4 endo drs, one family dr, one ND, the ND did tons of tests, determined I had adrenal fatigue. I continued to go downhill despite her efforts with supplements, dietary changes, lifestyle changes, etc. She referred me to an endo dr -I like, but she doesn't think I have adrenal fatigue, of course she only did blood tests on adrenal function. I really have no pain, occasional joint pain, mild, just feel sluggish and fatigued, no stamina. I get very bloated every evening on my right side under my rib. My family dr had me do a CAT scan of upper torso, everything looks normal. Drs have no idea why I bloat, probably something off in my colon and it bloats at night. Now just seeing an endo dr, sleep dr and family dr. I read Dr Wilson's book on adrenal fatigue, and Dr. Teitelbaums book, From Fatigued to Fantastic. He recommends as part of his protocol to go on corvalen D-Ribose....has helped me with energy a lot! I'm still struggling to get enough sleep. Have taken many different sleeping pills. Teitelbaum's protocol includes taking whatever sleeping pills, aids (3 to 7) you can in low doses, to get 8 to 9 hours of solid sleep. I'm lucky if I get a few hours of fragmented sleep. Always build up tolerance to sleep pills making their effectiveness wane. I know I can't begin to recover without adequate sleep. I was always a good sleeper up until I turned 49 when all this happened. I would so appreciate any suggestions from anyone for getting a good nights sleep.