Breakdown of homeostasis hypothesis

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The breakdown of homeostasis hypothesis proposes that (by David F. Marks) ME/CFS is caused by a breakdown in homeostasis.[1] Marks published this hypothesis in 2021, although a failure to maintain homeostasis has also been referred to as a part of the cause of ME/CFS by a number of other researchers.[citation needed]

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  • 2021, Myalgic encephalomyelitis/ chronic fatigue syndrome as a breakdown of homeostasis[1] (Full text)

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