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All posts in Fact Sheets
Fact Sheet 1 – Working With Your Health Care Team This fact sheet provides advice on accessing, and getting the most out of working with your health care professionals.
Fact Sheet 2 – Newly Diagnosed Being diagnosed with ME/CFS may create a range of mixed and confused feelings. You may feel shocked, depressed, angry or frustrated. For those who […]
Fact Sheet 3 – Family and Friends Facts and information for family and friends who want to understand what it means to have ME/CFS.
Fact Sheet 4 – Learning to Pace Learning to pace is a critical part of learning to understand and manage ME/CFS.
Fact Sheet 5 – Nutrition It’s important that everyone eats a nutritionally balanced diet. People with ME/CFS are no different and should follow the Guide to Healthy Living Pyramid Table […]