3 Causes of Brain Fog

Brain fog—the most annoying symptom of them all. Here are 3 contributors most relevant to the brain fog of ME/CFS and fibromyalgia

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Why Functional Medicine Makes Sense for ME/CFS

Patients are more complex than their disease or symptoms. Functional medicine aims to be medicine for the individual, not the disease itself. Modern times and modern illness demand better medicine.

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Why Cytokines Make You Feel Like Sh*t

Cytokine-induced sickness behaviors make up the cardinal symptoms of ME/CFS: fatigue, exercise intolerance, flu-like symptoms, cognitive problems. Learn how cytokines act on the brain to cause these sickness experiences and potential ways to mitigate their effects.

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LDN: Sensible Treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyaglia

Low dose naltrexone has changed Dr. Craig’s life. Read how it works, how to get easily it, and what it may do for you.

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Guest Post: Rachel's ME/CFS Story

The site welcomes Rachel, a ME/CFS patient, who shares her story for ME/CFS Awareness Month.

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5 Supplements to Reduce Neuroinflammation

Neuroinflammation can be triggered by infection, traumatic brain injury, toxic metabolites, or autoimmune processes. Neuroinflammation is common in ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia. 5 well studied supplements may help reduce neuroinflammation.

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ME/CFS & Fibromyaglia are Inflammatory Conditions

ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia are both characterized by inflammation. A body of literature is available to support these findings. Let’s make sense of inflammation from a lay perspective.

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A CFS Story, Part II

I am entering my second decade with ME/CFS. The condition in my 30’s feels vastly different than in my 20’s. Find out what has helped me control the condition in each decade.

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The Skinny on the Autoimmune Paleo Diet

More studies point to the autoimmune Paleo diet as a reasonable, safe option for those dealing with autoimmunity.

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