How to Combat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
What we will cover on the programme
Each session will include practical solutions and new ideas to inspire you and help you adopt a more positive approach focusing on what can be done to help you combat chronic fatigue.
Week 1: Understanding energy pathways and what can go wrong.
Week 2: Personalized Medicine and how to know what your body needs
Week 3: Detoxification and immune function in chronic fatigue.
Week 4: Functional Nutrition for Chronic Fatigue syndrome
Week 5: Tackling Mental health and emotional well-being during chronic illness.
Week 6: Exercise and Movement: Managing the paradox of inactivity
Week 7: A realistic look at Sleep, Meditation and Mindfulness in practice.
Week 8: Effective Communication with friends, family and healthcare professionals
Week 9: Modifiable Lifestyle Factors
Week 10: Latest research and treatments and your next steps
Who this 10-Week Programme is For
This 10-week programme will be extremely beneficial for anyone who experiences any of the following symptoms, regardless of whether you have an official diagnosis or not. It will also be very useful for carers, partners and ‘recovery managers’ to be able to offer constructive help and support to those who are more severely affected.
- Fatigue, exhaustion or extreme weakness
- Brain fog, poor memory, inability to focus on tasks.
- Unexplained, varying symptoms when you know something is wrong but you can’t put your finger on it.
- Your doctor puts your exhaustion down to a mental health problem such as depression.
- Body aches, physical pain, headaches, migraines with no obvious trigger.
- Long Covid
Energy Pathways and what can go wrong.
Personalized Medicine. How to know what your body needs.
Functional Nutrition. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Diet
Detoxification & Immune Function
Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing
Exercise and Movement: managing the paradox of inactivity.
Sleep, Meditation & Mindfulness.
Effective Communication with family, friends and health professionals
Modifiable Lifestyle Factors
Looking ahead. Treatments, research and next steps for you.