I'm doing better since my last posts. I went through a big period of detox for about 3 weeks, where I had a lot of symptoms come back in full force and was pretty much crushed (not able to do anything). This included a rash over most of my upper body. My Liver ALTs have also climbed. I believe it was detox because of these two points and pulled back on some things I was doing, which is when relief came. I'm doing more research to see how I can approach this smarter reducing the toxin load and supporting liver through the process. I'm also concerned about protecting brain and other body areas. So, this is what I've been working on lately: Mitochondria: Been reading Dr. Sarah Myhill's materials and studies, and am awaiting the results of her Mitochondrial Functional profile. I also started PQQ supplementation to help regenerate mitochondria and have nailed down pacing harder to avoid mitochondrial energy crashes and the related damage. This involves taking more breaks, changing type of activity (e.g. visual to audio when eyes get slightly blurry) to avoid any fatigue signals, taking a sleep nap in afternoon daily to rest all areas of body. General Detoxification: Am reading through materials from Andy Cutler, Gary Gordon and whatever else I can get my hands on. Have been making use of activated charcoal supplementation, and stopped metal chelators until I finish my research - concerned about displacing metals to brain and heart. I've ordered a portable Infra Red Sauna that should arrive in a few days and will use that daily to promote detox. Myhill has seen very good results with detox via this method, in one case a daily sauna reduced toxin levels across the board to 25% in 3 weeks of daily sauna with one patient. An interesting book that has been helpful as an overview is The Wellness Project by Roy Mankowitz. You can read my review of it on the page - author "biohacked". Mycotoxins: Read through Ritchie Shoemaker's work and did the Visual Contrast Sensitivity test which I came back positive for. My story also potentially fits with his work, as I read through his book Surviving Mold I noticed that some case studies has some symptoms that I have but that I haven't seen commonly reported by others with CFS. I booked an appointment with Dr. Scott McMahon this Monday who is one of two physicians certified by Shoemaker (he no longer sees patients, now that he is focusing on research). I have already implemented some detoxification targeting mycotoxins (eliminating potential food sources, planning a location to move to away from their influence by end of this month, doing a detox night using activated charcoal and liver flushes to eliminate some of the toxins combined with cholesterol in the gut). I have noticed that I clearly feel better after the detox nights as if a load of toxin has been removed (just anecdotal of course, I need tests to back any of this up). More Tracking Data: I received my Basis watch about a week ago which tracks heart rate, stress, temperature, and activity levels 24/7. I've noticed some 'interesting' trends in the data so far, but need to research more and get more data to see if this is useful (particularly at night while sleeping).