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Vasicular Constriction
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The production of toxins by pathogens frequently results in constriction of blood vessels in CFIDS patients. This results in reduced delivery of oxygen to cells producing cellular hypoxia (which may produce pain).

Vasodilative Substances

The following substances can assist in dilating blood vessels. This may result in reducing pain and more energy.

  • Naftidrofuryl,
  • Pentoxifylline,
  • Flunarizine,
  • Ginkgo biloba,
  • Cinnarizine,
  • Niacin, Nicotinamide,
  • Piracetam

A common practice with our family is to take 500 mg of niacin and 1600 mg of piracetam prior to exercise. Our endurance appears longer and we never suffer stiffness on the next day (lactic acid produce by the exercise is able to get out of our cells easier).



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