Jeff’s amazing craniocervical instability story indicated that a damaged brainstem can produce all the symptoms of ME/CFS/FM/POTS. He’s not the first to believe that.

Michael VanElzakker, the author of the Vagus Nerve Hypothesis, has believed that for years and in a review article tells us why. Find out why the brainstem could be it in ME/CFS,why most research has missed it, (how one Australian researcher has not), and how VanElzakker thinks we could move forward most quickly with neuroinflammation and brainstem issues in

The Brainstem, Vagus Nerve, Neuroinflammation and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The VanElzakker Way

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