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I don't make New Year's Resolutions. I don't think I ever really did, but the last decade or two would have been enough to stifle that impulse. I've just been too aware that I don't have that much control over what happens in my life.
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A Neuroinflammatory Model of ME/CFS - Validation?

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Marco, Jul 28, 2013.

  1. Marco

    Marco Grrrrrrr!

    Near Cognac, France
    OK I I'd suggested the last blog was the last in the series but I've been keeping this under my hat.

    Part I suggested that ME/CFS patients, if tested, might have a deficit in sensory gating (the brain's ability to efficiently process sensory information to discriminate between vital and trivial input).

    Was I right?

    I also suggested that ME/CFS might comprise 'sub-groups' of patients similar to ADHD which includes the hyperactive, inattentive and mixed types.

    Is there any evidence for this?

    Part V focuses on a large but largely under-reported Japanese study that investigated information processing, autonomic function and higher level brain function in childhood 'CFS' with pretty shocking results.

    Read more: Japanese Sensory Gating Study Reveals Profound Cognitive Deficits Present in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome http://www.cortjohnson.org/blog/201...deficits-present-in-chronic-fatigue-syndrome/
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