Overcoming Chronic Fatigue

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Overcoming Chronic Fatigue: A Self-Help Guide using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques
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Author Mary Burgess, Trudie Chalder
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Overcoming Books
Subject Cognitive behavioral therapy, psychology, graded exercise therapy
Genre Medical
Publisher Robinson
Publication date
2009
Media type print & digital
Pages 4272
ISBN 978-1849011327

Overcoming Chronic Fatigue: A Self-Help Guide using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques is a book by Mary Burgess and Trudie Chalder.

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a debilitating illness, characterized by severe exhaustion and flu-like symptoms, which affects almost three per cent of people in the UK and for which conventional medicine currently has no cure. This valuable self-help guide offers sufferers a better understanding of CFS as well as strategies on breaking the vicious circle of fatigue. The result is a proven reduction in symptoms and disability in up to two-thirds of CFS sufferers.

  • Based on recognized CBT techniques
  • Offers practical strategies for balancing activity and rest
  • Explains the role of worry and stress and how best to cope
  • How relatives and friends can help

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The information provided at this site is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness.

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