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Extreme stress can cause a temporary rise in blood glucose. This can be a result of, for example, trauma, surgery, heart attack or stroke.  Drugs, including corticosteroids, tricyclic antidepressants, diuretics, epinephrine, estrogens (birth control pills and hormone replacement), lithium, phenytoin, and salicylates, can increase glucose levels, while drugs such as acetaminophen and anabolic steroids can decrease levels.

Extreme stress can cause a temporary rise in blood glucose. This can be a result of, for example, trauma, surgery, heart attack or stroke. Drugs, including corticosteroids, tricyclic antidepressants, diuretics, epinephrine, estrogens (birth control pills and hormone replacement), lithium, phenytoin, and salicylates, can increase glucose levels, while drugs such as acetaminophen and anabolic steroids can decrease levels.

THE MARIJUANA GROWER'S GUIDE

THE MARIJUANA GROWER'S GUIDE

#HAAwards - Paperboy Nominee - Not only does Kelly posts lots of new and interesting information on ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and related conditions, she also tries to explain it and put it in context.

#HAAwards - Paperboy Nominee - Not only does Kelly posts lots of new and interesting information on ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and related conditions, she also tries to explain it and put it in context.

Biomarker for Fatigue Could Help Validate Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Health Rising

Biomarker for Fatigue Could Help Validate Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Health Rising

Change Agents: Ken Lassesen on Prescription and Herbal Antibiotics to Alter the Gut Flora in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Health Rising

Change Agents: Ken Lassesen on Prescription and Herbal Antibiotics to Alter the Gut Flora in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Health Rising

7 Ways to Stop the Internet from Aggravating Your Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and FM Symptoms

7 Ways to Stop the Internet from Aggravating Your Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and FM Symptoms

Dr. Baraniuk's Georgetown research team has found a number of abnormalities in the brains of Gulf War Syndrome patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. High lactate levels at rest, low lactate levels during exertion and nerve damage in fatigue and pain producing areas of the brain could result in low energy and cognitive problems - http://www.cortjohnson.org/blog/2013/07/01/your-brain-without-energy-broken-brain-energy-loop-wipes-out-cognitive-functioning-gws-me-cfs/

Dr. Baraniuk's Georgetown research team has found a number of abnormalities in the brains of Gulf War Syndrome patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. High lactate levels at rest, low lactate levels during exertion and nerve damage in fatigue and pain producing areas of the brain could result in low energy and cognitive problems - http://www.cortjohnson.org/blog/2013/07/01/your-brain-without-energy-broken-brain-energy-loop-wipes-out-cognitive-functioning-gws-me-cfs/

Viral Finding May Open Treatment Possibilities for 15-20K Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients in the U.S.

Viral Finding May Open Treatment Possibilities for 15-20K Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients in the U.S.

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