Articles: cfs me long covid

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  1. Lost in Translation - The ME-Polio Connection and the Dangers of Exercise

    by Nancy Blake

    ‘The syndrome which is currently known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis in the UK and Epidemic Neuromyasthenia in the USA leaves a chronic aftermath of debility in a large number of cas...

  2. Management and Treatment of ME - Part I

    by Dr Derek Pheby

    Part I - People with ME have suffered over many years as a result of a lack of knowledge of the disease among many health care professionals, accompanied in many cases by lack of s...

  3. Management and Treatment of ME - Part II

    by Dr Derek Pheby

    Part 2 - People with ME have suffered over many years as a result of a lack of knowledge of the disease among many health care professionals, accompanied in many cases by lack of...

  4. ME / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Causes and the Amygdala Retraining Recovery Programme

    by Ashok Gupta

    This article focuses on ME, also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), which affects approximately 250,000 people in the UK. However, as yet, there is no agreement in the medica...

  5. ME a misunderstood and much maligned disease

    by Dr Derek Pheby

    Myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) is an illness which for years has divided the medical profession, yet no-one who has experienced it, or who has had the responsibility of caring for ...

  6. ME-CFS: Redefining Rest and Learning to be a Psychopath

    by Nancy Blake

    At this moment, I am struggling with at least three themes: Getting ‘rest’ recognized as ‘treatment’, getting the influence of certain psychiatrists recognized as part of our societ...

  7. ME, CFS, Now SEID

    by Nancy Blake

    I was dreading the outcome of the US Institute of Medicine (IOM) report on ME/CFS. All of us who have this illness (or one of these illnesses) know from bitter experience that phy...

  8. ME/CFS Advice for 2019

    by Nancy Blake

    I apologise in advance to both those who already know and practise much of this, and to those who will find it much too complicated and long-winded. ME/CFS is a big and complicated...

  9. ME/CFS, Covid, Long Covid: Rest and Ivermectin

    by Nancy Blake

    This article is a discussion of the role of old-fashioned rest, and the widely used drug, Ivermectin in the treatment of Covid 19. We are now well into the second year of a pandemic...

  10. ME/CFS, NLP and the Lightning Process™ in the Looking Glass

    by Nancy Blake

    The purpose of this article is to provide an explanation of the theoretical model and practical processes underlying both appropriate and inappropriate use of NLP in the treatment o...

  11. ME/CFS: Ethical and Unethical Uses of NLP

    by Nancy Blake

    This article will not be welcomed by those who practice and believe in the use of NLP as an effective treatment for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - ME/CFS.

  12. ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Under or Misdiagnosed?

    by Dr Rajendra Sharma

    ME is not a very useful term. It has evolved from a diagnosis used in the 1950s, Benign Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, stemming from the Ancient Greek meaning painful and ‘inflammation ...

  13. Meditation for ME / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Related Conditions

    by Linda Hall

    The author explains that stress, and the stress response, play an important role in the factors which lead up to ME, and then even more so as a response to the symptoms, as the s...

  14. Nature, Microbes & Us

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    All of us know that a host of new, unusually powerful and resurgent diseases, including COVID-19, have been expanding around us with alarming intensity. This pandemic of epidemics n...

  15. Never Mind ME - What About 'Blame-the-Patient' Syndrome?

    by Nancy Blake

    A group of psychiatrists led by Professor Simon Wesseley, have been able to establish the view that ME is a psychiatric condition which can be successfully treated by Cognitive Beh...

  16. Not Superhuman After All

    by Georgie Russell

    In this article the author, a broadcast journalist, shares her personal experience with Glandular Fever, which in her case was caused by seriously overworked adrenal glands due to ...

  17. Pain

    by Nancy Blake

    We regard the development of scientific means for alleviating pain, and the development of more and more humane cultural practices as the marks of advanced civilization.

  18. Recovery from CFS / ME

    by Denise Kingsley-Acton

    The author begins with an overview of the rushed pace of life she used to lead - running her own business, involved in Green politics and studying for a Masters Degree. "It was all...

  19. Recovery from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

    by Uzma Qureshi

    The author describes a ‘devastating’ illness, which began with recurrent ear infections, vertigo, and pain in her jaw. She began to have eye problems, then severe pains running fro...

  20. Recovery from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Fibromyalgia

    by M Amir

    The following data demonstrates how patient, Hannah Gay, eliminated almost 100% of her symptoms associated with ME/CFS with only 7 months of treatment. Hannah was lucky that she dis...

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