Tag Archives: QoL

The presence of overlapping quality of life symptoms in primary antibody deficiency (PAD) & CFS

The presence of overlapping quality of life symptoms in primary antibody deficiency (PAD) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), by Rhea A Bansal, Susan Tadros, Amolak S Bansal in Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology Vol 16, no: 21 (2020), March 30, … Continue reading

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ME/CFS: significant negative impact of quality of life of both patients & family members

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS): significant negative impact of Quality of Life of both patients and family members, by Esme Brittain   During my 3rd year at Cardiff medical school, I conducted a 6-week research project looking at the impact … Continue reading

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CFS & Quality of Life

Chronic fatigue syndrome and quality of life, by Deb Roberts in Patient Related Outcome Measures Vol 2018, #9, pp 253-262 [Published August 1, 2018] Article abstract: Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), is a challenging long-term condition (LTC) with complex … 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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The role of illness acceptance and neuroticism in CFS on quality of life

Abstract OBJECTIVE Increasing the quality of life (QoL) of patients with chronic fatigue is challenging because recovery is seldom achieved. Therefore, it is important to identify processes that improve QoL. This study examined the extent of improvement related to cognitive … Continue reading

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