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Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: the Small Heart Disease

Mirroring Dr. Cheney’s unpublished findings, both Newton and Miwa have also found reduced diastolic volume (30%). The diastolic phase of the heart cycle is the filling phase. During diastole, the ventricles relax and then, in an energy intensive process, expand so that they can fill with oxygen enriched blood. Reduced diastolic volume or preload indicates that the heart is not being filled as much as normal.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: the Small Heart Disease

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Is Nerve Damage Affecting the Lungs in Fibromyalgia?

"We don’t usually think of the lungs as being effected in FM but many people experience shortness of breath and other other lung issues. Is damage to the autonomic nervous system impacting the lungs in FM? Is damage to the autonomic nervous system impacting the lungs in FM? The exciting thing about this lung functioning study, however, may not be what it found but what it may portend. The microcirculation, autonomic nervous system and nerve fiber problems the study found suggest the lung issues are simply one example of a much larger problem.

Is Nerve Damage Affecting the Lungs in Fibromyalgia?

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

PIP and DLA Appeal Success Soars But ESA Reconsideration Wins Plummet Plus Cassette Recorders Back For Benefits

ESA mandatory reconsideration success rates have fallen from 70% to a shockingly low 12% since they were introduced – but not if you’re trying to get into the support group. PIP and DLA appeal success rates, on the other hand, are at an all-time high. And disability benefits claimants may have less need to appeal in the future, as award lengths are set to increase – unfortunately, this only applies if you live in Scotland.

PIP and DLA Appeal Success Soars But ESA Reconsideration Wins Plummet Plus Cassette Recorders Back For Benefits
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