Brain Inflammation – Its Similarity In Autism and ME
I follow “Onward Through the Fog,” a blog on blogspot, authored by Erica Verrillo, a talented person who suffers from ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis). Her reports and research are top notch.
In this particular posting, Erica reports on the similarity of some findings affecting Autism and ME/CFS. These findings have to do with brain inflammation.
A John Hopkins study acts as confirmation that excitotoxicity caused by chronic inflammation is central to autism.
Excitotoxicity has been put forth as a mechanism of ME/CFS by a number of clinicians and researchers, including Drs. Paul Cheney, Jay Goldstein, Morris and Maes
, Martin Pall
, and, most recently, Jarred Younger
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