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What has helped improve your energy the most?

Discussion in 'Post-Exertional Malaise, Fatigue, and Crashes' started by nryanh94, Nov 27, 2017.

  1. place

    place Be Strong!

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    This question is ask nearly every year and it is amazing to see its progression of treatment.

    1. T3, thyroid meds

    2. Gluten free and dairy free diet

    3. Ldn( which I think gets the thyroid working better )

    4 supliments: vD, l carintine, b12 protocol, d ribose, coq 10, anything supporting methylation.

    4.5 potassium- I give it its own line as if I feel sluggish, brain fog; tired not myself, I take 600mg and I’m back in the game immediately.

    5 . light box therapy during the winter.

    There is more but .... these are my go to’s
     
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  2. hamsterman

    hamsterman Senior Member

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    Similar to Inester7
    1) Pacing (with a heartrate monitor). (that's the biggie)
    2) LDN (helped with brain-fog)
    3) Supplements (Creatine, COQ10, BCAA).. (not 100% certain here, but seemed to improve endurance)
    4) Better sleep management (Still an ongoing battle... but at least I've improved here)
    5) Corticosteroid assisted Exercising. (A bit radical, but so far has solved my POTS, and reduced my heartrate for other activities)
     
  3. Bander

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    After a crash, the only remedy that works for me is spending most of the day resting in bed preferably in a darkened room for many days in a row (sometimes weeks or months), which supports the idea of pacing to prevent that, as others have mentioned. For energy, nothing has come close to the boost I got from switching to a ketogenic diet. For memory and concentration, Ritalin works best for me (I take the time-release version called Concerta).
     
  4. place

    place Be Strong!

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    @hamsterman , I have always thought pacing with heart rate would be the best. How do you do it?
     
  5. Learner1

    Learner1 Professional Patient

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    Valganciclovir
    LDN
    T3/T4
    Hydrocortisone
    B12 and other methylation supplements
    PolyMVA
    NT Factor
    NADH
    IVIG
    HBOT, UVBI, and ozone
    Staying as fit as I can by pacing exercise (weight lifting and careful walking) with heart rate
     
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  6. hamsterman

    hamsterman Senior Member

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    There is a great facebook page here... https://www.facebook.com/groups/ME.CFS.HRM/

    Its really geared towards helping the non-techie people. Many of the documents and how-tos available there are geared towards the polar A360 and A370.

    It's a bit daunting at first... but you'll get the hang of it.
     
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  7. pattismith

    pattismith Senior Member

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    Having a probable mito disease, I don't tolerate Ubiquinol, so I consider trying idebenone...:love:

    Keenly, would you tell me what was your intake, and if t is available online (and maybe the brand name of the drug?;))
     
  8. keenly

    keenly Senior Member

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    Hi
    It is very difficult to get now because Pharmaceutical companies want to make it a drug. Instead of it costing a customer a few hundred dollars, they will make $30,0000 year for it.

    I used 500mg a day and it worked BRILLIANTLY, nothing has ever come close.
     
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