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Share Your Experience: Types of Exercise That Work With ME / CFS?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by pone, May 29, 2014.

  1. Sushi

    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    @pone

    And, though you don't have your test results yet, when you get them you will find that he has tested for inflammation in about 4 different ways.

    Sushi
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  2. pone

    pone

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    And I said the same thing as well. It sure does sound like inflammation.

    The proof is in the clinical markers. I'm just being a purist. Demand facts to back up the symptom.

    I'm sure the doctor has his method.

    I don't see the harm in checking for standard clinical markers of inflammation, and I also don't understand why he wouldn't check.
  3. pone

    pone

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    And they thought the same thing about me. And the tests showed something different.

    That's why it's important to do the testing.
  4. Little Bluestem

    Little Bluestem Senescent on the Illinois prairie, USA

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    I like my rebounder. It is said to be very efficient exercise. I do just the gentle bouncing where the feet do not leave the surface of the rebounder.

    For some odd reason, if I let my arms hang down at my sides, my heart rate goes up quickly. If I bend my elbows so that my lower arms are horizontal in front of me (and I can see my pulse oximeter at all times), the heart rate does not go high as quickly.

    I also do some stretching. Simple ones don't effect my heart rate much. The ones for my back, which involve my whole body, will put my h.r. up. I have to do sets of 2 or 3 with ample rest between.
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