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Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Low Aerobic Energy Production and Pain in Fibromyalgia - Is Your Microcirculation To Blame?

Something is stopping many FM patients and almost all ME/CFS patients from participating in intense exercise. Four studies suggest that “something” in ME/CFS involves a damaged aerobic energy production process. We haven’t covered exercise in FM before but guess what – some FM studies suggest the same. Aerobic energy production – which relies on the consumption of oxygen by the muscles -is where we get most of our energy. In fact, when it comes to exercise the study results are very similar.



Low Aerobic Energy Production and Pain in Fibromyalgia - Is Your Microcirculation To Blame?

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