— Specialist pain and fatigue rehabilitation provider in the UK.
— has recovered from ME/CFS and has written a book and developed a training programme to help patients recover.
— a GP in South Wales who takes private appointments for chronic pain, medically unexplained symptoms, stress illness and psychophysiological disorders.
— providing online psychology services to chronic fatigue and chronic pain patients.
ME/CFS Self-Help Guru
— offers holistic coaching and support for patients with ME/CFS, fibromyalgia and other chronic illness.
Private Therapy Clinic
— Harley Street clinic offering online therapy for CFS.
— A UK non-profit which provides mind-body treatment courses for CFS.
— a therapist and recovered CFS patient who treats burnout and CFS.
— Psychotherapist and recovered CFS/FM patient.
— a therapist and recovered CFS patient in California who treats CFS and burnout.
— a therapist in BC, Canada who treats
stress, burnout, anxiety and depression
The Optimum Health Clinic
— A UK based clinic that offers treatment for CFS.
Healing with Liz
Real stories and recovery insights from people who have healed from ME/CFS.
The Ultimate Guide to Heart Rate Variability
/r/cfsme on reddit
— a group for discussion about research, treatment and recovery from ME/CFS (myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome), with a focus on recovery.
The British Association for CFS/ME guidance
— very useful resources for managing post-viral fatigue and CFS/ME.
Curable Health Blog
— information and resources on the science of chronic pain, and techniques to deal with pain.
Body Reprogramming Patient Guide
— a very useful patient rehabilitation guide developed by a professor who recovered from CFS.
The Tips I've Learned From Goldilocks That I Apply to My Chronic Pain
Can you reshape your brain's response to pain?
— Useful site by person who has significantly improved from being bedbound with severe ME.
Recovery from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
— One Person's Story by Bruce Campbell, PhD.
The Median of Infinity
— insightful blog from a recovered patient.
Fred Friedberg's Seven-Step Protocol for Treating CFS & FM.
Also see an
interview with Fred Friedberg
— Useful site with information on stress, relaxation and mindfulness.
Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises
— exercises for releasing muscle tension due to stress.
Explaining the Unexplainable: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
— Brain research sheds light on how fatigue becomes chronic.
CFS Unravelled: recovery stories.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: learn how the mind-body method works.
"It was like being buried alive": battle to recover from chronic fatigue syndrome
— Guardian article on a patient's recovery from severe CFS/ME.
— information on the causes of chronic pain.
— free online CBT for depression/anxiety.
— a chatbot which helps
to monitor mood and relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression.
CFIDS and Fibromyalgia Self-Help
— a very useful site with free/low priced online courses for recovering from CFS and fibromyalgia (see their
Depression and pain: is there a common pathway?
NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) Guidelines for CFS/ME.
— Information on the treatments for IBS, from drugs to alternative therapies, as well as over 600 personal stories.
— a very useful and informative guide to
the causes of depression, with treatment advice.
— A very informative site giving information
about the causes and treatment of CFS/ME, by Dr. D.G. Smith, a former
medical advisor to the ME Association.
— A site giving information about dubious remedies.
Lists of Symptoms of CFIDS
CFS by other names...
— The different names that CFS is known by.
US CDC Information about CFS
Burnout, An Introduction - Stress Management Techniques from Mind Tools.
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is important to rule out other causes for illness.