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         Fatigue Syndrome Chronic:     more books (104)
  1. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Diseases and Disorders) by Liesa Abrams, 2003-02-07
  2. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Critical Reviews and Clinical Advances; What Does the Research Say? by Roberto Patarca Montero, Kenny De Meirleir, 2000-11-06
  3. Solving the Puzzle of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by Michael Rosenbaum, Murray Susser, 1992-02
  4. The Night-Side: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & The Illness Experience by Floyd Skloot, 1996-09
  5. Running on Empty: The Complete Guide to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFIDS) by Katrina Berne, 1995-12
  6. A Clinician's Guide to Controversial Illnesses: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities by Renee R. Taylor, Fred Friedberg, et all 2001-05

141. FMS/ME Syndrome
Healing resources for patients, family and friends. Preview the first 25 pages for free.
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FMS/ME Syndrome
The Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Resource Book
and Life Planner Workbook
"Healing Resources For Patients, Family and Friends"
The book provides extensive resources for learning how to accept and understand these chronic illnesses, paves the way to access information easily, to give some sanity to the madness, and to educate family and friends on every aspect of these syndromes. "A comparative analysis in the Journal of Rheumatology found that the quality of life for women with FM is worse than for those who have Rheumatoid Arthritis." Fibromyalgia, unlike well known and understood diseases like cancer, springboards a journey for education, understanding and compassion. Written by a fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue patient, the book provides unlimited resources for patients and family to understand, learn, cope and find support through their walk in accepting and surviving these invisible illnesses. The Life Planner, is a workbook that maps out a step-by-step plan for adapting and coping with the lifestyle changes fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue patients must face.
The book provides extensive resources for: Patients, family and friends, to understand what these syndromes are, where the resources are that will carry you through the journey toward emotional healing, and where our hope is for finding a cure. The Book is divided into four sections:

142. CFS/FMS/MCS/GWS/Lyme Information Page
For people interested in chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple chemical sensitivities, Lyme disease, and/or Gulf war syndrome.
©Marilyn J. Kerr RN 1997-2002 TEXT
I wish to personally welcome you to this web site. It has been created, with love, for you. When we first get diagnosed (or wonder if we should be diagnosed), I know too well how difficult it is to find information about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (aka CFIDS, M.E.), Lyme, and/or Fibromyalgia Syndrome. There are a myriad of sites that bring you the basics, and I try to present you those basics as well as information slightly beyond. At the moment, there is no cause nor cure. There are no magic bullets. This disease is so complex, no one drug will work. This is not a disease of just your muscles, your immune system, your sleep dysfunction, your hormones, your nutritional deficiencies, your NMH, or your gut; it is a cluster of symptoms that involve every system of your body. Treating it, therefore, involves testing and treating those deficiencies. The controversies surrounding that and the differences in our health contribute to our stress. My new job is to help us sort that all out. Hugs, Marilyn K

143. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome -- Treatments That Work
ascorbate would probably have a chronic fatigue patient dancing Dr. Catchart s articlesSymptoms of Wilson s syndrome, the effects of chronic low body
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Robert F. Cathcart, M. D.
In retrospect, I saw the first patients with CFIDS in Incline Village about 1978. The epidemic officially started sometime in 1983 in Incline Village. I left Incline Village January 1, 1980 but continued to treat patients for chronic fatigue. My treatment was mainly with massive doses of vitamin C but it also included many other nutrients. The rationale has been that CFIDS is a free radical disease involving damaged mitochondria. My suspicion that chronic fatigue was a free radical disease involving mitochondria was because of the beneficial effect of massive doses of vitamin C. I was using the massive doses of vitamin C not for the vitamin C but for the electrons carried by the vitamin C. Ordinarily, when a vitamin C molecule gives up its two extra electrons to scavenge two free radicals, the vitamin C is refueled with two more electrons from the mitochondria. When the mitochondria are damaged and cannot provide the electrons then the spent vitamin C is rapidly irreversibly lost. By giving massive doses of C, this loss is prevented, and the continuing supply of

144. M.E. Help Information
Help, information and handy hints for M.E. sufferers who want to get better. (M.E. is also known as chronic fatigue syndrome.)
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145. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME,CFS Or CFIDS) And Fibromyalgia - Some Possible Help
chronic fatigue syndrome (ME, CFIDS) and Fibromyalgia. some Fibromyalgia.Journal J of chronic fatigue syndrome, Vol. 9(1/2) 2001, pp. 3-19.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME, CFIDS) and Fibromyalgia
- some possible helps by Charles Weber, MS – isoptera at – 828 692 5816
INTRODUCTION Do not rely solely on this discussion of nutrients and strategies, but seek other medical consultation if you are sick as well. “Chronic fatigue syndrome” (CFS or CFIDS) or “myalgic encephalomyelitis" (ME) is a disease characterized by several of the symptoms of impaired sleep, muscle twitching at night, extreme long lasting fatigue which gets much worse with exercise (the fatigue has been suggested to be from creation of proteins which interfere with and/or destroy thyroid hormone receptors by interferon [Englebienne] ), loss of memory [Marcel], disruption of the circadian rhythm [Tomoda], sore throat, muscle and joint aches, headache ( see abstracts of research into magnesium related to migraines or also for an article relating magnesium deficiency to migraine headache) , cough, photophobia, night sweats [Evengard] depression that has much lower ACTH and cortisol secretion than typical depression [Demitrack], also a much lower secretion of growth hormone which Cheney believes can be used to repair some of the damage to the hypothalamus of the brain (but growth hormone is degraded when eaten so can not be used by patients) and which failure is thought to be from over secretion of somatostatin in the hypothalamus [Paiva], a failure for a 383 amino acid cortisol binding protein to decline under stress as it usually does when not ill, lower secretion of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone ) [Kuratsune] which is the most abundant circulating steroid [No authors], there is a less rise of DHEA under ACTH stimulation compared to cortisol than normal [Scott 2000] (You may see how some

Public archives of information pertaining to ME/CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome) and fibromyalgia.
Archives of
ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Information Exchange Forum
The name "Co-Cure" stands for "Cooperate and Communicate for a Cure."
We make no guarantees as to the accuracy, truthfulness, or validity of the information posted to the Co-Cure list. This information is not intended to substitute for sound medical advice from a practitioner of medicine. Always consult a medical professional. Back to the LISTSERV home page at LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU.

147. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Links
On this page you will find links to information on the web on chronic fatigue syndromenot only to the main body of information but also to more remote sites.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Page
There is a lot of information on the web on chronic fatigue syndrome and many sites that provide links to this information. I have attempted to provide links not only to this main body of information, but also to information on chronic fatigue syndrome from more remote sites that you might not normally come across. Many of these links are to information on nutritional supplements and other alternative therapies that may be helpful to someone with CFS. Before beginning the links, here are some abbreviations you might come across:
YPWC SoPWC DD Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (another name for CFS often used in US) Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (a name for CFS used outside the US) Fibromyalgia Syndrome (a condition very similar to CFS) Gulf War Syndrome (a condition experienced by many soldiers after returning from the Gulf War, symptoms closely match those in CFS) Chronic Epstein- Barr Virus (CFS was once thought to be this) Human Herpes Virus 6 (may be involved in some cases of CFS) Neurally Mediated Hypotension (a blood pressure disorder linked to CFS) Person With CFIDS Young Person With CFIDS Spouse (significant other) of Person with CFIDS "damned disease" (i.e. CFS)

148. Was Ist CFS
Neben der Beschreibung des chronischen Ersch¶pfungssyndroms (chronic fatigue syndrome = CFS) gibt es weiterf¼hrende Informationen und ein Diskussionsforum.

149. Fibromyalgia, Insomnia And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - I Found Relief
Dominie s Fibromyalgia chronic fatigue syndrome. Homepage. Request my FREENewsletter. Spam filters may prevent my newsletter from reaching you.
Homepage Request my FREE Newsletter Site Contents: Home Page My Fibromyalgia Story My Chronic Fatigue Story 100 Tips for Coping with Fibromyalgia and Insomnia ... Suicidal feelings DOMINIE'S FMS/CFIDS NEWSLETTERS: MAY 2004 APRIL 2004 MARCH 2004 FEBRUARY 2004 ... APRIL 2003 I am not a medical doctor. I am a fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome survivor. The purpose of this site is not to diagnose or cure any disease or malady, but is presented as food for thought. What you read on this site is based on my own history and ideas. This information cannot take the place of professional medical advice. Any attempt to diagnose and treat an illness should come under the direction of a physician. No guarantees are made regarding any of the information in this site.
My name is Dominie Soo Bush. I am a piano teacher and church musician in Green Cove Springs, Florida. I developed fibromyalgia in 1982 due to severe emotional stress and job stress while working as a legal secretary. I suffered with debilitating muscle pain and stiffness, fatigue, insomnia and depression. I consulted doctors in many cities. They all prescribed drugs, but nothing really helped and I felt like a zombie! I tried chiropractic, physical therapy and massage therapy and took vitamins by the handfuls. It was all very frustrating, not to mention expensive! I also had serious hormonal, neurological and allergy problems. I later developed CFIDS after an encounter with an especially nasty virus.

150. Mind-Body Health
Information and research into chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME), irritable bowel syndrome, and the relationship between mental attitude, lifestyle and physical health
Based on the latest research into areas such as the placebo effect and the circadian body clock, this website presents information showing how the mind interacts with the immune system and the body's hormone rhythms via the HPA axis to influence health, vitality and stress tolerance. This site also presents the first-ever cohesive theory to explain burnout, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS, also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or ME), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), post-viral fatigue syndrome and other misunderstood illnesses, explaining why these illnesses occur and how they can be treated.

151. Holistic Care Of Many Conditions And Seminars On Natural Healing
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152. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome And The Alexander Technique
chronic fatigue syndrome and the Alexander Technique. by Martin Finnegan.What exactly is chronic fatigue syndrome?* Sometimes referred
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the Alexander Technique by Martin Finnegan What exactly is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?* Sometimes referred to as ME or Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, it is a term that describes a chronic, debilitating disorder that affects the immune and central nervous system. Typical of its symptoms are a profound fatigue, totally out of proportion to a person's physical activity and independent of mood, plus a range of other symptoms that can affect any organ of the body. The causes of CFS are unknown. Indeed there appear to be any number of apparent causes and in many cases the onset seems to be linked to a stress to the immune system such as an acute infection, especially viral in nature. After the stress or virus has run its course the symptoms do not abate as you would expect but set in, becoming chronic and are often associated with profound fatigue and feelings of general malaise. Western medicine advocates rest, counseling, adjusting lifestyle and support as the best approach to treating CFS and this is all good advice. The problem, it seems to me is one of perception. The orthodox point of view perceives CFS as a thing. It is my opinion that CFS is not a thing at all, which is the reason that no cause and no diagnosis can be found. It is a process. A process of a human system running down, in a variety of ways, to such a point that it can't function properly anymore. In my own experience of CFS, it was exactly that and the solution was not to attempt to 'fix' a part of my body but to address the whole of 'me' and my life, in all its various aspects - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. And the new model that I followed worked.

153. My CFIDS Site By Jaime Wellman
A personal site by Jaime Wellman whose goal is to improve the awareness and accessibility of information concerning chronic fatigue syndrome.
Welcome! My name is Jaime Wellman, and I was diagnosed with CFIDS in August of 1995. With this site I hope to improve the awareness and accessability of information concerning Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I hope you find the site informative and come again soon. you are visitor number Abbreviations:
CFIDS = Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome
CFS = Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
ME = Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
FM/FMS = Fibromyalgia
PWC = Person With CFIDS
YPWC = Young Person With CFIDS Other PWCs on the WWW
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154. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
The chronic fatigue syndrome can be improved by proper diet revision,using the Alpha Nutrition Program. chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
Home Products and Services Medical Information Order Online ... Modular Nutrition Alpha Nutrition Health Education Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Fatigue Rescue Order Rescue Starter Pack Topics from the Prevalence Lifestyle Considerations Food Allergy Fatigue as a symptom ... Alpha Nutrition The Problem: The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is characterized by persistent and debilitating fatigue and additional nonspecific symptoms such as sore throat, headache, tender muscles, joint pains, difficulty thinking and loss of short term memory. CFS and related disorders are not discrete diseases in the usual sense, but patterns of maladaptive responses to food and the environment. Controversy and confusion has surrounded CFS for several decades and many physicians continue to be reluctant to make this diagnosis. We believe that chronic fatigue syndrome is one example of non-specific hypersensitivity disease and should be treated with diet revision as the first and most essential form of therapy. Our theory of delayed or type 3 pattern food allergy explains all the features of CFS and locates the disease in the middle of a larger pool of hypersensitivity disorders. CFS is a non-specific expression of immune-mediated disease. The Solution
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155. Dr. Linda Miller Iger, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist specializing in chronic fatigue syndrome. Locations in Laguna Beach and Indian Wells.

156. The Pediatric Network For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, And Orthostati
Library and forum about pediatric chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, neurallymediated hypotension, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, and
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157. Esmerel's Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Resources
chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) Resources. This page is dedicated to chronicfatigue syndrome resources. This list is growing constantly.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Resources
(Courtesy of Esmerel: Home of Unicorn Quest : The Kids' Typing Tutor Game for One or Two Hands ) Welcome to another part of Esmerel's Collection of Disability Resources. This page is dedicated to chronic fatigue syndrome resources. This list is growing constantly. If you know of any other resources or have suggestions, please email Heather.
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158. Naturopathic Health & Research Center
A doctor's personal odyssey of recovering from Leaky Gut syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, and Fibromyalgia. Books and articles available.
Do you suffer from Chronic Fatigue, Chemical Sensitivities, Food Allergies, Digestive Disorders, Fibromyalgia, Leaky Gut Syndrome, Colon Disorders or Autoimmume Disorders?
Are you ready to find true health-care for the underlying CAUSE of these disorders not just deal with symptom-care? Best of all, without the use of synthetic, toxic drugs?
Then you've come to the right place!
Gloria Gilbere, N.D., D.A.Hom., Ph.D. is Director of The Naturopathic Health and Research Centers located in Sandpoint and Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Dr. Gilbere consults with patients around the world, mostly via telephone consultation, as a result of her reputation growing globally in identifying and reversing digestive and immune system disorders. She has authored 3 books, "I was Poisoned by my body" (Lucky Press, 2001), "Invisible Illnesses" (Freedom Press, 2002) and "Nature's Prescription Milk" (Freedom Press, 2002). She is currently completing a series of books that will deal with Benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Colon Disorders, ADD/ADHD and a cookbook that she developed for highly allergic individuals which came about as a result of her odyssey to wellness.

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160. Recovering From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Provides help and advice on how to recover from CFS based on the author's personal experience.
Recovering from Chronic Fatigue A list of things you can do to aid your recovery Chronic Fatigue Syndrome(CFS) usually occurs after an infection such a flu. People with CFS feel physically exhausted. In the early stage of the illness, CFS sufferers often feel the need to sleep all the time, although the sleep they have does not refresh them. Mental exhaustion is common, affecting the person's ability to concentrate or remember. Some may experience a temperature, tender glands, muscle pain or a sore throat. At present there is no cure for CFS. However, the good news is that it is possible to get better. I have had Chronic Fatigue since February 1999. At first I was sleeping 12 hours a night and couldn't manage to stay up during the day for more than 2 hours at a time. Even a 5 minute walk was tiring. I recently started my own small business, Clyde Photography , which sells travel photographs. This allows me to work at my own pace. I also recently started working part-time three half-days a week. I am not fully recovered yet, but having had CFS for this length of time I have learned(sometimes the hard way) what will help me and what will set me back. I know I will make a full recovery in time, providing I stick to a few basic rules which I have learned throughout this past year or so.

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