"This indicates a large unmet need to diagnose and treat migraine in GWI and CFS"
Could chronic fatigue syndrome be a form of migraine? That might not be so wacky an idea as it sounds. About ten years ago Puri and Chaudhuri suggested chronic fatigue syndrome was similar to migraine. In the last two Read more [...]
I think that this is such big news because it gives proof that this disease is not in peoples heads. I really hope that we can get the word out to patients and even more importantly… the primary care docs and rheumatologists. These studies are “game changers” because they make an incredibly elusive Read more [...]
Dr. Susan Vernon and Dr. Lucinda Bateman spoke in Denver on Saturday, June 28. Dr. Bateman gave a presentation on research out of the University of Utah she co-authored in her talk, "Treatment Options for ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia patients
I took two main points from her presentation. Read more [...]
Crash: to break or go to pieces with or as if with violence and noise; to fall, land, or hit with destructive force; to decline suddenly and steeply
Mirriam-Webster online dictionary
From My Journal
Here I am again, dispirited, in bed for almost two weeks and barely able to make dinner Read more [...]
If the virus situation in ME/CFS with its possibilities of aborted, endogenous or just plain hidden viruses wasn't enough, now perhaps comes the strangest
twist of all; ME/CFS patients infected with one herpesvirus that's been integrated into the DNA of every cell in their body, and another Read more [...]
Not sleeping well? Experiencing a lot of daytime sleepiness? Not thinking clearly? These symptoms are all common to chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and fibromyalgia (FM) but they don't always entirely derive from it... not even in people with ME/CFS/FM.
If the experience of one person with Read more [...]
Car Wreck on ME/CFS Patients 'Oxygen Highway'...
Clean vs Dirty Energy Production
Keep your eyes on the oxygen molecule. Your body thrives on it. It's at the heart of your aerobic energy production system. When it's working correctly you're filled with clean, abundant energy. When its not you're 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 [...]