exercise

  1. nerd

    Excessive exercise training causes mitochondrial functional impairment and decreases glucose tolerance in healthy volunteers

    Authors: Flockhart, Mikael & Nilsson, Lina & Tais, Senna & Ekblom, Björn & Apró, William & Larsen, Filip Published: March 18, 2021 doi: 10.1016/j.cmet.2021.02.017 Highlights Summary
  2. 20somethingspoonie

    How do I recondition after being bed bound?

    Because of the pandemic, I've pretty much stayed in bed for the last year. I want to slowly start to recondition, but I don't know where to start, especially because I want to avoid PEM.
  3. WantedAlive

    RED-S Syndrome, does it share ME/CFS metabolic Aetiology?

    It has been documented that overtraining athletes can get ME/CFS. This has always perplexed me, perhaps this might be mistaken for RED-S Syndrome, but looking deeper might there be some common aetiology in both syndromes? RED-S (Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport) is attributed to energy...
  4. Muon

    Exosome-associated Mitochondrial DNA is Elevated in Patients with ME/CFS and Stimulates Human Cultured Microglia to Secrete IL-1β

    Exosome-associated Mitochondrial DNA is Elevated in Patients with ME/CFS and Stimulates Human Cultured Microglia to Secrete IL-1β (Theoharides, 2021) Abstract Background: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is a debilitating disease that presents with fatigue, sleep...
  5. Tella

    Bedbound: muscles loss? Exercises? Tips? Let’s discuss :)

    Hey, was just interested and wanted to see if anyone who’s bedbound/severe (0 on Dr Lerner’s scale) can answer these: How long have u been bedbound for and at what point did u start being bedbound during the course of illness? Have u ever flactuated on the severity scale? For those who’ve been...