For a long time I've been suffering from some of the symptoms of ME and I'm not sure if I have it, but I a couple years ago I started chewing nicotine gum (I heard it can help with migraines, never smoked) and my fainting mostly stopped along with a lot of my sensitivity to light and sound among other things. Just wondering if anyone else has noticed this with nicotine & ME? I've not been diagnosed with ME so I have no idea if that's what's happening.
Before I started nicotine I could barely make it through the day and my job was at risk from fainting and extreme fatigue but now I'm okay. The sensitivity to cold also lessened although that was in part due to my discovery of toe warmers. <3
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