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"SNF damage shunting blood away from muscles"


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The following has stuck with me since reading it a few days ago. I think this might be part of my problem with the heat/sunlight, but am starting a new thread because that one is three pages and I don't want this to get lost in it. 

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Systrom has suggested that small nerve fiber damage could be shunting blood away from the muscles in ME/CFS. Wirth and Scheibenbogen proposed that narrowed blood vessels in ME/CFS are triggering an explosion of vasodilators which, in turn, are producing a wide array of symptoms. Those narrowed blood vessels could be reducing blood volumes. 

There's also something about "vascular remodling" in there somewhere. 

https://www.healthrising.org/blog/2022/07/25/gas-exchange-ii-long-covid-microcirculatory/

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