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Documented involvement of viruses in ME/CFS by Margaret Williams by Andrea P. Patient Expert Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 9:24am Permission to Repost Documented involvement of viruses in ME/CFS Margaret Williams 30th December 2009 For decades it has been known and shown that viruses play a role in ME/CFS. Now there is evidence of a direct association with a gamma retrovirus - XMRV -- that disables the immune system in ME/CFS, thus allowing numerous latent ... Read on »
Side Effects A-Z: Avoiding Weight Gain (Hyperphagia) by Dr. Silva Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm One of the most alarming and universally unacceptable of medication side effects is that of permanent weight gain, and it is not an uncommon one. This article focuses on weight gain as a side effect of psychotropic medication, which falls under the area of my expertise, but the general principles are applicable to weight gain from any medication ... Read on »
Mario Party ANS (Autonomic Nervous System!)- Limited Edition by CHRONICLYsILLy Posted Thu 09 Sep 2010 4:36am Good Morning and Chocolate raspberry Java? I'm being spoiled rotten! I hope all of you are waking up to this impeccable weather (although a touch chilly) I prefer it over the oppressive heat any day of the week! We have been busy bees over here at CHRONICLYsILLy these last few weeks, updating, researching and finding better ways to support yo ... Read on »
Raising awareness of Lyme disease by Geoff Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Sep 2008 11:24am 3 Comments Today's featured contributor is Dr. Virginia Sherr, who maintains the site The Human Side of Lyme. Dr. Sherr is a psychiatrist who has experienced Lyme disease first hand over many years, and shares valuable information and resources to get the word out about this ongoing problem. She is particularly concerned about the incidence of undiagno ... Read on »
Thoracolumbar Fascia – An Area Rich with Activity by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Oct 2011 6:00am Digg Digg Today’s guest post is about the thoracolumbar fascia from Patrick Ward.  I have been reading Patrick’s website for a while now and have always been impressed his content, but he also has the abili ... Read on »
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases by Dr. Virginia S. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:52am PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cranial Nerve. Physicians may not realize that this syndrome is caused by the spirochetal agent of Lyme disease until proven otherwise. Whether it is a full or hemi ... Read on »
Evidence that ME/CFS is NOT a Somatisation Disorder by Andrea P. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 May 2009 10:11pm 1 Comment Permission to Repost http://www.meaction ME_CFS_is_ not_a_somatisati on_disorder. htm Evidence that ME/CFS is not a somatisation disorder Margaret Williams 26th April 2009 Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is not a somatisation disorder. That ME/CFS is not a somatisation disorder is ... Read on »
Meditation - Healing for the Mind and Body by David L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:21am East Meets West Meditation of one style or another can be found in most of the major religions, including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. Eastern religions tend to concentrate on Meditation as a means of developing spiritual enlightenment and as a pathway to experiencing ultimate reality, whereas in the West it's primarily used as t ... Read on »
Migraine and Tension Headaches: A Natural Cure through Acupuncture by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 21 Jan 2012 2:55pm Acupuncture for Headaches and Migraines Headaches fall into three main categories: tension-type, migraine and cervicogenic. Tension-type headaches are the most frequent. Patients who endure tension-type headaches usually feel mild to moderate pain on both sides of the head. The pain is usually described a ... Read on »
From the DCoE – Mind Body Skills for Regulating the Autonomic Nervous System by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Sun 06 May 2012 11:05am Warrior Resilience Conference – Thank you for your service – at home and abroad Last June, the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury released a report (pdf) called Mind Body Skills for Regulating the Autonomic Nervous System , which surveys a number of techniques for regulating the fight-fligh ... Read on »