In Episode 13 I talk to Joshua Grant, founder of MENDUS--an online research lab dedicated to patient's exploration of their own health. Inspired by the quantified self-movement, Josh aims to garner ME/CFS research interest and help patient's self-experiment with this innovative project.Read More
Research suggests glycine promotes healthy sleep quality and supports the area in the brain responsible for circadian rhythm. It may also play a role in reducing excitotoxicity that can lead to widespread pain.Read More
Many common viruses rely on hijacking your cell’s mitochondria in order to replicate and thrive. With exquisite execution, viruses have developed tactics akin to a well-planned siege. Espionage, blitzkrieg, intracellular mutiny…viruses are often victorious, causing long term problems for the host.Read More
Dan describes his ME/CFS journey, how to reset HPA axis dysfunction, the wonders of neuroplasticity, and more...Read More
In Ep 11 Toni Bernard talks how to be sick and how to live well with chronic illness. We talk fear and suffering, and how her new book will address the many challenges the chronically ill face every day...
I wanted to look more closely at my sleep habits to see if I could pinpoint clues that could then be influenced to achieve better sleep. I began to track aspects of my sleep using an app called Sleep Cycle. The results may surprise you...Read More