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An exciting hypothesis from a neuroscientist could explain chronic fatigue syndrome

It could explain the disappointing Lipkin Chronic Fatigue Initiative pathogen study results. It shows how an infection could trigger ME/CFS and then – poof – seemingly disappear.  It includes two hot research topics in ME/CFS; the autonomic nervous and immune systems.  It explains how sickness behavior could occur in ME/CFS without high cytokine results. It even includes the sensory nerves – another not research topic in fibromyalgia.

It may incorporate more aspects about ME/CFS into it than any other hypothesis.

Plus it suggests some new treatment possibilities.

It’s called the Vagus Nerve Infection Hypothesis for ME/CFS and it’s got a lot of people excited.

Check it ut on Simmaron Rising

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