Archive for sensory gating

Sensory Overload: Study Suggests Brains in Fibromyalgia Are Being Pummeled With Too Much Information

New study provides further evidence that problems with sensory gating may contribute to fibromyalgia pain and other symptoms. It’s a Jungle Out There The key to survival in the animal world is to be able to detect threats in the environment and react appropriately.  From the simplest sea Read more [...]

Japanese Sensory Gating Study Reveals Profound Cognitive Deficits Present in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

SENSORY GATING PART V – VALIDATION? A - Sensory Gating Deficits and Neuroinflammation in ME/CFS – A Testable Hypothesis Part I – Sensory Gating - Set out a hypothesis that, if tested, ME/CFS patients (in particular those patients that would describe themselves as the 'Wired and Tired' Read more [...]

CDC Definition Whacked: Study Suggests Deep Brain Issues Cause Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)

In Wyller's eyes chronic fatigue syndrome is not a 'chronic fatigue' disorder; it's  an autonomic nervous system disorder. Wyller  has been studying ME/CFS for about five years; he knows the vast array of symptoms present in this disease and one gets the feeling he's more than a little tweaked Read more [...]

Glutamate – One More Piece in the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Puzzle? The Neuroinflammatory Series Pt. II

(In a second of four-part series of papers elucidating a neuro-inflammatory model of chronic fatigue syndrome, Marco examines a possibility that could explain many symptoms and issue not just in ME/CFS but in other neurological disorders. Learn more about Marco here - Cort).  Pt 1 of the Neuroinflammatory Read more [...]
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