Seems so obvious, why is nobody trying to pin down the broader mechanistic sequale that happens with overexertion first (like what happens to the capillary system after exterion)?
@Wishful How are you measuring your muscle damage?
Well, I have unrefreshing sleep. And a few other symptoms which all kind of go in with unrefreshing sleep. Other symptoms I have correlate very very heavily w/ reduced parasympathetic activity and high heart rate (EDIT, whoops -- I meant "high heart rate, low heart rate variability") variability.I just looked up the symptoms associated with autonomic nervous system dysfunction, and I don't have any of them that I'm aware of.
I use to be one of those that could “aggressively test” outside of work. I had no life. I would go to work, come home, sleep and repeat. Just recently I had to quit my job due to my illness becoming more severe. At age 25, it has been very hard for me to cope with.I think there is alot of things going on affecting several systems. Plus i dont think everyone has the same systems or issues going on for them to make a concrete conclusion. Sometimes it seems we can plug a hole thats leaking only for another hole to sprout out and start leaking.
As for overexertion, the best advice seems to be to learn your boundaries and pace yourself. Many struggle with very basics of looking after themselves and some cant do that. Theres some that can work and just hold onto a job and outside of work is aggressive resting.
I use to be one of those that could “aggressively test” outside of work. I had no life. I would go to work, come home, sleep and repeat. Just recently I had to quit my job due to my illness becoming more severe. At age 25, it has been very hard for me to cope with.
1) CNS and/or Autonomic dysfunction
2) Mitochondrial dysfunction
3) Gut and/or Gut-Brain Axis issues
Sounds like you know what you're doing! What're you still doing here guy?