As far as I have understood, there are (or might be) three effects from the stenosis:
- insufficient blood flow
- iron accumulation
- blood parts that cross the blood-brain-barrier
LR1234 wrote:I get tremors in the morning which I do not experience in the day or at any other time, once I get up they stop. I wonder as well if that is because of the jugulars not being able to take the strain of the blood flow at night. I do have a raised bed as well.
homefront wrote:In a lot of things I've read about environmental factors in ms and vitamin d there seems a big connection to amount of sunshine you get where you live and the percentage of population with ms (Scotland, where my wife grew up being a case in point).
Does anyone know if a possible link with this and ccsvi is being looked at?
It occurred to me that the aspirin might be thinning the blood and this could alleviate any obstruction in the juggular/azygous vein. Does anyone have any view on this theory? Incidentally, is it azygous or azygos?
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