I don’t know what type of toxins are involved, I just know that the chronic fatigue doctor says in her report.
“Mitochondria can be injured in many ways – the most obvious examples are viral infection and poisoning by toxic chemicals (which can be exogenous from the outside world or endogenous from within), but chronic low-grade infection, allergies, hormone disturbances also play major roles. As you can see from the results of Barbara’s mitochondrial function tests below they are really very poor, characterised by toxic blockage and deficiencies and they go a long way to explaining many of her symptoms in particular the fatigue, joint and muscle pain, foggy brain and heart symptoms.”
Whether her recommended tests will identify these toxins and her treatments will clear this, remains to be seen but I, sure as heck, am going to try it, along with Dr Diana’s recommendations (when I finally manage to obtain Diamox from my GP!) of course – because Dr Diana’s work has certainly identified several anomalies, visible in my radiology, particularly the excessive amount of CSF above my brain, that I’d been suspicious of for a while – I can’t wait to get this reduced, I know it’s going to make a great difference. The Driscoll Theory just all makes perfect sense to me.