The Case for Exercise Induced Damage in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The Case for Exercise Induced Damage in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Test for Post-Exertional NeuroImmune Exhaustion (PENE) & Post Exercise Malaise, and Muscle Weakness tests.

Scientific and Medical Evidence - Listing of Research conducted worldwide section :
Scientific research consistently shows that Post-Exertional NeuroImmune Exhaustion (PENE) is a major factor in ME. The reasons for this are being uncovered by biological and biomedical research worldwide.

The research indicates that mitochondria dysfunction, krebs cycle dysfunction, dorsal root dysfunction and accompanying sympathetic nervous system dysfunction, mehtylation cycle and glutathione dysfunction, HPA axis dysfunction, immune system dysfunction and excessive inflammation throughout the body, and cardiac dysfunction are implicated in this.
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