Hello all, I've been ill for 2.5 years, with moderate to severe disability. But lately I have noticed a lot of improvements. It didn't happen all at once, but over the past few months things have been getting steadily better. I'll put it in list form to make it easier: - I used to have to have a big lie down after a shower and I'd be knocked out for hours. Now, I'm able to rest for half an hour to an hour in an armchair, and I can still help with dinner prep. - I am able to go out more often. I still can't walk around very much, but I can go out in the morning, have a rest at lunch time, and still be able to do things in the afternoon. Previously I was only able to go out for an hour or so in the morning, on a very good day. - My brain is clearing up, to a degree. I've been able to budget, meal plan, and remember previous days better than ever. I even sat in on a small, one hour a week uni course. It was hard, but I did it. - I feel less dizzy less frequently. - I can drive myself around and go on outings by myself, without a carer. This would have been impossible a year ago. - I can sustainably do 5 to 7 minutes of exercise almost every other day without suffering the next day for it. I don't want to get my hopes up, but I'm seeing some real improvement here. I also want to note that I have noticed I have a definite problem with gluten and I get much more tired after eating any, so I'm sure that's a bit of a factor. Anyways, I just wanted to know if anyone has had similar improvements or can shed light on what's happening. Thanks!