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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
(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 [...]