Stressed and Anxious
A solution-oriented book filled with practical strategies for managing symptoms and improving quality of life in seven steps: Understand Your Situation Create a Symptom Management Plan Manage Activity with Pacing Reduce Stress & Manage Feelings Recast Relationships Move from Loss to Hope Learn Self-Management Skills Foreword by international CFS/FM authority and physician Charles Lapp, M.D., who writes: "I have encouraged virtually all of my patients to read this book and follow Campbell's advice. This book offers hope to those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and fibromyalgia."
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is thought to affect around 250,000 people in the UK, and an estimated one million in the USA. There is no cure, but CFS often improves with treatment and self-help. This book, by an expert on CFS, presents cutting-edge advice on managing the condition.
Dr Megan A. Arroll has worked in chronic fatigue for the past 10 years. She is a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of East London, and has published several papers on CFS.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is an extremely debilitating condition that may affect up to a million Americans. Fatigue is something that everyone feels sometimes, usually after we've undergone a lot of exercise; but the person suffering from CFS is exhausted even without exercise. If this exhaustion lasts longer than six months and has no cause that can be diagnosed (such as depression and bi-polar disorder, poor nutrition, drug use, etc), doctors may identify the condition as CFS. Other symptoms may occur along with excessive, uncaused fatigue: depression, headache, sore throat, and swollen lymph nodes are some of the most common. Unfortunately, there is considerable controversy as to how to treat CFS. Fortunately, several behavioral therapies have been developed in recent years that promise to help some with this disorder. Sufferers are encouraged to request information from a trusted physician.
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