What happens when your blood vessels get so scrunched down that you have trouble getting enough blood to your tissues?

small nerve fiber loss fibromyalgia blood vesselsYour system tries to compensate, of course. The nerves lining your blood vessels cause them to open allowing more blood through.

But what if that doesn’t work?

The body tries another approach – which these authors believe could be causing all the symptoms in ME/CFS. Check out a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored post

The Blood Vessel Crunch: A Unifying Hypothesis for ME/CFS


Like the blog you're reading? Don't miss another one.

Get the most in-depth information available on the latest ME/CFS and FM treatment and research findings by registering for Health Rising's free  ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia blog here.

Stay on Top of the News!

Subscribe To Health Rising’s Free Information on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Fibromyalgia (FM), Long COVID and Related Diseases.

Thank you for signing up!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This