Qigong is the best exercise I have found for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. Laurie Hope
What is Qi? (also chi, ch’i, ki)
Chances are if you’re on this website you have some problem with qi. Qi is the Chinese name for the life force or vital energy that flows around and through Read more [...]
"An intriguing and clinically relevant question is whether training individuals to alter their cognitive and affective response to nociceptive input might mitigate or reverse central sensitization."
For good reasons 'catastrophizing' is something of a dirty word in the ME/CFS community.
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The Lightning Process understandably raises hackles in the ME/CFS community. Phil Parker is viewed as a charlatan by some and an impediment to the hard science needed to understand this disorder by others. The LP's notoriety, it's rapid spread to many countries, and the fact that some people Read more [...]
Examining the energy envelope and associated symptom patterns in chronic fatigue syndrome: does coping matter? Brown AA, Evans MA, Jason LA.Chronic Illn. 2013 Apr 12.
':earning to stay within your energy envelope isn't easy particularly when one first comes down with chronic fatigue syndrome. Read more [...]
(Can being happy help with chronic fatigue syndrome? How important is happiness to our health? And who was truly happy even before they became ill?) Depression is common in people with chronic illnesses and I would warrant that even small upsets tweak people who have stress -response-immune disorders Read more [...]