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Increased neurochemicals in ME/CFS and long COVID

Dr Barnden and his team at Griffith University and the University of Queensland have recently published the most recent article in a series reporting the results of their ME Research UK-funded study investigating brain abnormalities in ME/CFS.

Their new findings show increased levels of the neurochemicals glutamate and N-acetyl-aspartate in the brains of people with ME/CFS and those with long COVID, which may contribute to some of the symptoms associated with these diseases.

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