Cerebrospinal fluid stasis and its clinical significance.

  title={Cerebrospinal fluid stasis and its clinical significance.},
  author={James M. Whedon and Donald Glassey},
  journal={Alternative therapies in health and medicine},
  volume={15 3},
We hypothesize that stasis of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) occurs commonly and is detrimental to health. Physiologic factors affecting the normal circulation of CSF include cardiovascular, respiratory, and vasomotor influences. The CSF maintains the electrolytic environment of the central nervous system (CNS), influences systemic acid-base balance, serves as a medium for the supply of nutrients to neuronal and glial cells, functions as a lymphatic system for the CNS by removing the waste… CONTINUE READING
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