Friends in Australia’s parliament for people with ME and chronic fatigue syndrome

Parliament is opening a dialogue with ME and CFS patients in the land down under. Good on you!

Again, My World Shrinks

I probably shouldn’t be writing this right now. I’m so full of rage I’m apoplectic. I need to get some of this off my chest. I feel like I’m one big raw nerve being used as a hacky-sack by a battalion of porcupines. I feel sorry for the one who makes me burst, because I’m … Continue reading Again, My World Shrinks

60 Day Check-in

On finishing my second month of work, I wanted to take stock of this little venture and offer an honest take of how I’m faring so far. In some ways, I’m pleasantly surprised. In others, I’m worried I’ve taken on more than I can chew. I’ve made mistakes. I’ve seen strides. It’s taking time to … Continue reading 60 Day Check-in

Younger Releases Preliminary ME/CFS Subset Study Results

Jared Younger, one if the freshest minds on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome research seems to have already uncovered three distinct subsets of the illness. The first points to a distinctly viral kind which produces C reactive protein that corresponds directly with patient's reported fatigue. The second subset's fatigue correllate's directly with changes to the immune … Continue reading Younger Releases Preliminary ME/CFS Subset Study Results

Exercise: The Best Remedy for POTS

When evaluated by a physician for Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), they may or may not tell you that exercise has been found to be the most effective and restorative therapy available for those with autonomic dysfunction. Studies have found that people who opt for exercise over beta blockers, however, not only benefited by a decrease … Continue reading Exercise: The Best Remedy for POTS