Would you attribute brain fog to be completely due to hypoperfusion? Or just in your case? Racetams and other neurotropics might be helpful for increasing brain perfusion.@Pearshaped my brain fog disappeared completely. Also my body color went from the Cfs greyish back to a normal light red. Means, all my blood vessels opened up again. The skin perfusion went up. But my heart rate exploded to 180-200 just standing up. So it wasnt all just fine. But definitely something i hope some researcher can pick up on. Was one of the most impressive ones.
Ugh. That sucks. And some people need up to 9mg or even LDN 2x/day to see benefits. I've been meaning and wanting to play with the dosage, but can't figure out a systemic way to figure out the right dose for me, other than trial and error random doses.LDN is tricky because of its narrow effective dosage band. For me, 2.25 mg (sublingually, which is ~30% more effective) had full effect, but 2.0 mg had no effect. Somewhere over 5 mg also stopped working. Other people here reported benefits from really small dosages. Did you try higher and lower dosages of LDN? For me it just blocked neuropathic pain, but it was very effective at that.