All my symptoms are better when I'm near natural flowing water b/c there's more oxygen (O3, not just O2) that's created when the air above flowing water meets w/ regular oxygen. People w/ CFS suffer fr. insufficient oxygen and resultantly poor circulation. Hence the aches and pains, and brain impairment. Technical term is hypoxia but anyhow, was just wondering if any of you literally can feel a difference when you're around a waterfull, flowing creek, ocean? Years ago, I moved to Chincoteague b/c another person w/ CFS did that and overall felt much better. I could breathe and think better. B/c the island had tons of standing pockets of water, there were so many mosquitos and thus a lot of spraying that b/c of MCS, made me leave what is supposed to be a natural habitat.
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