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I've had CFS for 30+ years and i'm finally getting better, so don't give up!
I wish i spent more time on research, I could of learned to be a Dr. in this much time.
Every day i learn something new. Here are todays thoughts on how my body recharges, or fails to recharge:
I woke up in the middle of the night and my pulse was 118! I thought my heart should beat slowly when asleep. WRONG! I googled sleeping pulse and during REM dream sleep researchers saw as high as 180. Holy crap, what is going on? AFAICT dreams are a simulation of awake activities for the purpose of removing the waste products in every cell, that makes us tired. The high pulse of daily activity is roughly matched at night, so every cell can get rid of waste products. It takes quite a bit of force to get waste through the cell wall. It also takes a lot of force to get nutrients into the cell SO, both need a higher pulse.
let me know if you want me to continue. I am new here. (i had too slow of a pulse, now it is higher and i feel great!)
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