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Acceptance, fatigue severity & self-reported physical activity in individuals with CFS/ME

Acceptance, fatigue severity and self-reported physical activity in individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis, by Neil Chapman, Suzanne Broadbent, Rosanne Coutts in Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health & Behavior, Volume 7, 2019, Issue 2, Pages 102-115 [Preprint June 28, 2019]   Abstract: … Continue reading

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Interdisciplinary group treatment may improve quality of life in CFS/ME

Research highlights: Interdisciplinary group treatment may improve quality of life in CFS/ME. Psychological Flexibility (PF) has applied utility in the treatment of CFS/ME. Changes in PF activity/occupational engagement suggest greatest benefit in CFS/ME. Research ¬†abstract: Objective:¬†Psychological Flexibility (PF) is a … Continue reading

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