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The nature of fatigue in CFS

Research abstract In this article, we report the findings of our study on the nature of fatigue in patients diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. Using ethnoscience as a design, we conducted a series of unstructured interviews and card sorts to … Continue reading

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What do you think of ‘Pacing’?

Email us if you have any comments or questions about this poll. Find out more about pacing from our info sheet by Dr Goudsmit.

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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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