Research articles: orthostatic intolerance in ME/CFS

Orthostatic intolerance – an inability to remain in an upright sitting or standing posture without developing symptoms and needing to lie down – is common in ME/CFS.

The following articles on the topic were written by Cort Johnson and form part of the Phoenix Rising research archive.

  • Orthostatic Intolerance I: The Evidence (2004) An explanation of the biological systems that play a role in upright posture and an examination of the evidence that orthostatic intolerance is a symptom in ME/CFS.
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