Category Archives: chronic fatigue
June 2017 Pain News: I put them up as short snaps because not going to blog note them – hope you like. You will probably not find many in news elsewhere.
Postural Hypotension (Low Blood Pressure on standing) is associated with neck and shoulder tip pains in what is thought a hypo-perfusion issue. One should notice being dizzy standing up – something that can happen after head injury and also spinal … Continue reading
Fibromyalgia posters at the IASP congress in Montreal highlighted abnormalities in DHEA and tryptophan. Treatments of these conditions could help. Testosterone could be a concern as well.
Recent study found 41.5% of chronic fatigue cases had abnormal parvovirus antibodies versus 7% of controls and with these antibodies. 73% of the positive CF cases had problems with joint pains. Actual Parvovirus B19 DNA was found in 5.5% of … Continue reading
Recent article found morning fatigue seem more related to biological factors, and evening fatigue more by “behavioural” factors.
Recent study analysed daytime drowsiness in FM/CFS using abnormally fast time to fall asleep (sleep latency); 80% had abnormal tests. They found gene type HLA DQB1*0602 was obtained in 74 (43%) of subjects – which is 5 times what you … Continue reading
Others might content that if it’s just pain – take a pill and move on – but it’s more than that – it includes the fatigue
In January, published report found evidence of persistent enteroviral infection in the stomach of people with chronic fatigue. Similarly, duodenal ulcers were found to be due, in part, to a stomach germ, helicobacter pylori. Many carry this germ harmlessly but … Continue reading