Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME)

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME)

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) remains one of the most controversial illnesses, both in terms of its causes, and the best ways to treat the illness. For years, sufferers have had to deal with scepticism from their families, employers, and even health care professionals. The vast amount ofconflicting advice that has been published up to now has served only to confuse sufferers (and the professionals) even more. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The Facts presents a compassionate guide to this illness, providing sufferers and their families, with practical advice, based solely on scientificevidence. It is unique in being written by both a sufferer and a physician, both of whom have had extensive experience, talking to, and helping patients. Included in the book is a detailed guide to self-help, written from a patient's perspective, but evidence-based. The book also deals with a numberof special issues, advising on how to choose therapies and therapists, and how to deal with CFS in children. The book additionally includes an overview of the history of the illness, looking at the nature and causes of CFS, and the opportunities for the future. The book will be invaluable forsufferers from CFS, their friends and families, and the numerous health professionals who come into contact with sufferers from this illness.
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2000
ISBN: 9780192630490
0192630490
Branch Call Number: 616.0478 CAM
Characteristics: xi, 278 p. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Sharpe, Michael

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