ME/CFS – EXPLAINED!

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1. Going over your activity baseline.

2. A sudden relapse

3. Trying new protocols.

4. Pacing

5. Realising you’ve been referred for GET

6. Realising you’ve been referred for CBT

 7. Those days you want to just disappear.

8. The 80 year old man you see jogging past your house.

9. Graded exercise therapy.

10. How the government treats ME/CFS research

11. A good day

12. How your life used to be.

13. Your occupational therapist

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14. Department of work and pensions

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15. Understanding family & friends

16. Bathtime

17.Working from home.

18. Home help.

19. When you finally get a diagnosis

20. Your doctor

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21. Clinical trials.

22. Advanced graded exercise therapy.

23. Post exertional malaise

24. A rare symptom free day

via http://constantfuckingshit.wordpress.com/  (this is the author’s acronym for CFS)

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