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Having recently undergone a series of cardiac tests to monitor my ticker, I've been doing a lot of research about what can (and often does) go wrong with the heart in ME/CFS. The most common things seem to be mild tachycardia (both as part of PoTS and outside of it) and a rather unusual "hair … Continue reading Tachycardia & Heart Rate in ME/CFS
Despite having officially recognized the best ME definition of any country (the Canadian Consensus Criteria), Canada has almost nonexistent funding for ME, making research difficult. The Canadian group, the National ME/FM Action Network reports the following statistics: There are 756,000 Canadians diagnosed with ME and/or FM. In the fiscal year, 2014-2015, the Canadian federal government … Continue reading Shocking Canadian ME/CFS Statistics & How You Can Help