Monday, 7 July 2014

‘Strained’ – Are Neuromuscular Problems Causing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Now Dr. Peter Rowe – one of the first researchers to study orthostatic intolerance in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) – is breaking new ground again with a different kind of nervous system issue. He believes something has gone wrong with the nerves that govern a very basic function – movement.

The breakthrough for him came when he realized that he was able to produce symptoms of pain, fatigue, brain-fog, light-headedness, nausea, sweating and flushing, vision changes, headache, etc. simply by putting pressure on certain parts of the spinal cord or nerves in the body, arms or legs. Conversely, removing the tension in those areas could ease his patient’s fatigue, cognitive problems, light-headedness, nausea, reflux, sweating, and flushing, many types of vision changes, headache, and other symptoms.

'Strained' - Are Neuromuscular Problems Causing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Pamela is a former accountant, recovering journalist and international cat herder, disabled and chronically sick with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Fibromyalgia and Cervical spondylosis, fluent in three languages; English, Spanish and Rubbish. Mostly writes in the latter. She likes Genealogy, Model Railways and Cats.

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