Amygdala hypothesis

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The amygdala hypothesis of chronic fatigue syndrome is an hypothesis published in 2002 by Ashok Gupta, and describes the theory underlying the Gupta programme, which he developed.[1]

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There is very little evidence to support this theory, and it has not been an important focus for research into ME/CFS.

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amygdala Part of the brain, within the temporal lobe. Related to memory and emotional behavior.

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