Could microcirculation therapy help cfs and fm symptoms?

Lea Jade

New Member
I am open for any type of treatment now but I would like to know more about this microcirculation therapy and how effective will it be in managing symptoms/complications in the future.
 

Issie

Well-Known Member
I looked this up as I wasn't sure of what you meant. I do think we have issues with endothelial dysfunction. We have blood flow issues. And it could cause all sorts of problems.

I found this article saying acetylcholine could reverse this problem in a septic person. Interesting in that some of us are figuring out the need to up acetylcholine .

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/752199
What is the therapy that you are thinking of?

Issie
 

Cort

Founder of Health Rising and Phoenix Rising
Staff member
I am open for any type of treatment now but I would like to know more about this microcirculation therapy and how effective will it be in managing symptoms/complications in the future.
I think its definitely worth a try. I don't know if it would get at the source but I highly suspect our microcirculation is impaired.

What kind of therapy is this?
 

Lea Jade

New Member
I think its definitely worth a try. I don't know if it would get at the source but I highly suspect our microcirculation is impaired.

What kind of therapy is this?
Hi Cort, the name is deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator, you can google it, sometimes it is called, deoxyva. Yes, I am planning to have a free 30 day trial and hopefully it works.
 

jaminhealth

Well-Known Member
Just curious if LeaJade ever got the product. I know every issue is different and everyone has different results, if any.

I'd get it if money were no object in my life.
 

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