This is not a study of ME/CFS at all (mods please move if it’s in the wrong place). I’m interested because of the time factor in the study: they studied physiological effects of exertion over time (6hrs, 24hrs, 48hrs) in relation to level of exertion (defined in proportion to failure = max exertion) for healthy men. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/cpf.12348 Just checking if anyone already has access to this? in order to see if the change over time after the greater intensity exertion follows a different curve/form than the lesser exertion (or if it’s a similar curve but with greater amplitude leading to the longer recovery). Unfortunately it’s only 10 men. But there is a range of measures taken. I think it’s important for us to really understand the effects of exertion over time in healthy people - to see if PwME are different in nature or degree.