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Chronic fatigue (in post-traumatic brain injury) linked to vitamin D deficiency

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Dolphin, May 6, 2010.

  1. Dolphin

    Dolphin Senior Member

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    I have no idea whether this might be of relevance in ME/CFS.

    http://www.imt.ie/clinical/nutrition/chronic-fatigue-link-to-vitami.html

     
  2. flybro

    flybro Senior Member

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    This made me sit ups as I have had a few bad knocks on the head, 2and half inch skull fracture aged 9, a couple of motorbike and road smacks, and a head thru windscreen. QIK LOL here, yes I still have a full licences and now its clean too.

    But I wasnt ill for any length of time after any ot the head smacks, and when I did get really ill, I was working outside, I spent all my working hours gardening for pay, and most of my free hours doing unpaid gardening.

    If vitamin D rlies on diet and sunshine, I should have had an overload of it.
     

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