The Case for Exercise Induced Damage in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Resource The Case for Exercise Induced Damage in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Cort

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ShyestofFlies

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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.
I know it's not really "medical terminology" but I feel like one could just as easily say "everything is broken!!"
 

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