The Pocket Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME: Key Facts and Tips for Improved Health

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The Pocket Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME: Key Facts and Tips for Improved Health is a book by New Zealander Dr. Rosamund Vallings.

The Pocket Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME: Key Facts and Tips for Improved Health
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Author Rosamund Vallings
Country New Zealand
Language English
Subject Patient Guide
Genre Medical
Publisher Calico Publishing Ltd.
Publication date
August 2017
Media type print & digital
Pages 144
ISBN 9781877429231
Website http://calicopublishing.co.nz/book/pocket-guide-chronic-fatigue-syndromeme/

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This concise and easy-to-read book will help anyone with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME manage their illness and improve their overall wellbeing.

It explains how CFS/ME is diagnosed and the different ways it may affect the body, so that people with CFS/ME will be able to more actively take charge of their health and create the best chance for recovery.

  • Based on sound medical research
  • Written by world-renowned authority on CFS/ME
  • Strategies for dealing with specific symptoms
  • Managing sleep
  • Easing back into exercise
  • Eating optimally for recovery
  • Dealing with work and education issues
  • Talking to others about CFS/ME, including the doctor
  • Caring for CFS/ME sufferers, including the severely ill
  • Latest research and search for a cure.

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