Fighting Fatigue: Managing the Symptoms of CFS/ME

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Fighting Fatigue: Managing the Symptoms of CFS/ME is based on the controversial cognitive behavioral model of ME/CFS which dominated UK treatment from 2007 - 2021. Written by Occupational Therapist Sue Pemberton, it is aimed at people already diagnosed, and does not cover how to get assessed or diagnosed. Sleep, diet and activity worksheets are available to download from the publisher.[1]

Fighting Fatigue: Managing the Symptoms of CFS/ME
Author Sue Pemberton, Catherine Berry and Janie Spencer
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Subject Chronic fatigue, CFS/ME
Genre Non-fiction
Publication date
May 2009
Media type Paperback, ebook
Website https://www.hammersmithbooks.co.uk/product/fighting-fatigue/

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