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oxygen/Co2 ratio in blood and energy?

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by angee111, Oct 27, 2015.

  1. angee111

    angee111

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    Due to the fatigue associated with having this illness, I often don't have sufficient energy to even muster up a chuckle when I find something amusing. However when I do laugh, I often find myself having improved energy for around the next 10 minutes or so until it wears off. I also notice I don't yawn or feel the urge to yawn as often as I normally do. In an odd way, it almost feels as if I am getting more nutrient rich blood to my brain. Can anyone explain this to me?
     
  2. Theodore

    Theodore Senior Member

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    IMO when you laugh you increase the oxygenation of your body (organs/cells) and your brain releases endorphins.

    Maybe you should try oxygen therapy!
     
  3. angee111

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    @Theodore I thought so, but I don't think it's offered for me/cfs patients in Australia /: have you tried oxygen therapy/know of people who have benefitted?
     
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    Theodore Senior Member

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    @angee111 I heard great things for Fibromyalgia and some release for ME/CFS
     

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