Glymphatic dysfunction hypothesis
Glymphatic dysfunction hypothesis was developed by Dr. Peter Wostyn in 2018. It postulates that dysfunction of the waste clearance system, called the glymphatic system, causes a build-up of toxins within the central nervous system, which precipitates at least some cases of chronic fatigue syndrome.
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- Wostyn, Peter; De Deyn, Peter Paul (September 2018). "The putative glymphatic signature of chronic fatigue syndrome: A new view on the disease pathogenesis and therapy". Medical Hypotheses. 118: 142–145. doi:10.1016/j.mehy.2018.07.007.