Tag Archives: energy management

Video lecture by Staci Stevens: Practical tips for energy management

Energy mangement in chronic illness: practical tips    The Whittemore Peterson Institute in Nevada, USA, hosted a webinar in September for people with ME, CFS, Long Covid and FM. The recording is now available  with special guest exercise physiologist Staci … Continue reading

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Energy management education & occupation-related outcomes in adults with chronic diseases: a scoping review

Energy management education and occupation-related outcomes in adults with chronic diseases: a scoping review, by Janine F Farragher , Sarbjit V Jassal, Sara McEwen, Helene J Polatajko in Brit J Occ Ther, April 10, 2020  [doi.org/10.1177/0308022620904327]   Article abstract: Introduction: Fatigue is … Continue reading

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Dr Sarah Myhill interview: energy and mitochondrial function

Niki Gratrix interviews Dr Sarah Myhill, published on 6 Oct 2015 Covered in this interview from the Abundant Energy Summit: rebooting Mitochondrial Function and nutrient status for optimum energy.  Lasts 40 minutes with powerpoint slides.

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Claims of ‘fear avoidance’ in ME are misleading

Following the publication of the latest PACE trail paper in the Lancet on 13th January,  there has been a flurry of media reports, many of which promote the findings as good news. Other articles counter the claims saying: people with ME are … Continue reading

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Fear avoidance beliefs as cause of fatigue and disability in CFS challenged

A paper published in the online journal Lancet Psychiatry claims that analysis of the PACE trial shows that fear avoidance of exercise plays a strong role in perpetuating fatigue and disability in CFS, and that the best treatment for this is CBT and GET. … Continue reading

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Do coping strategies improve health in CFS?

Abstract OBJECTIVE/Hypothesis The objective of this study was to examine sub-types of individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome based on variables that are associated with the energy envelope theory and to examine the role of coping strategies in explaining the differences … Continue reading

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Does the energy envelope theory improve function?

Abstract Objective/Hypothesis: The objective of this study was to examine sub-types of individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome based on variables that are associated with the energy envelope theory and to examine the role of coping strategies in explaining the differences … Continue reading

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