Ask About Autoimmune Hypothalamus
I think that EGBE attacks hypothalamus with immune system, BEFORE the red blood cells. (CFS, FM, CFIDS 'fatigue'). I would like the experts to check it out. How would they test for that?
8-19-06 I spoke with Carol in Washington State. She came down with shortness of breath, pain in chest ... signs of heart attack things .... very high blood pressure (doctor thought maybe acid reflux - but I doubt that) ... pain in upper abdomen area ... and doctors did all kinds of tests ... nothing showed up. She didn't comment to me about fatigue ... so maybe that shows up later (?)
I asked her what she was doing differently. She had been 'maning a fair booth'
I wonder whether someone strongly exposed to 2-butoxyethanol
started hanging out there, and she got exposed second hand (Their
breath with the chemical molecules getting in her eyes)?
Roberto in Canada: an artistic painter/gospel singer who has lost his voice & his health ... similar issues?
What regulates the pituitary gland?
The pituitary gland, or hypophysis, is an endocrine gland about the size of a pea that sits in the small, bony cavity (sella turcica) at the base of the brain.
The pituitary gland secretes hormones regulating a wide variety of bodily activities, including </SCRIPT>trophic hormones that stimulate other endocrine glands. For a while, this led scientists to call it the master gland, but now we know that it is in fact regulated by hormones released from the hypothalamus.
The pituitary gland is physically attached to the brain by the pituitary, or hypophyseal stalk connected with the median eminence.
The pituitary gland helps control the following body processes:
Maybe it's the Hypothalamus that regulates blood sugar, also?
The hypothalamus (from Greek α½`ποθαλαμος = under the thalamus; is a region of the mammalian brain located below the thalamus, forming the major portion of the ventral region of the diencephalon and functioning to regulate certain metabolic processes and other autonomic activities. The hypothalamus links the nervous system to the endocrine system via the pituitary gland,
... The neurons that secrete GnRH are linked to the limbic system, which is primarily involved in the control of emotions and sexual activity.
Which exposure ... 'looks like' the FLU:
What in the civilian population is known as Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome ... with this odd assortment of ailments
It appears to control the various issues that those with THE FATIGUE have to deal with also ... 'the pattern of 2-butoxyethanol's harm'
What happened to our soldiers during
war-times came on faster, because they kept getting exposed ... but it
is not a different exposure than other military time periods nor than
what civilians get, too
More thoughts valdezlink.com/pages/concernCheneyhealth.htm#hypo