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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Symptoms Diagnosis Management

Saturday 5 December 2020


From New Zealand Doctor:


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Symptoms Diagnosis Management

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms Diagnosis Management

Lighthouse Books
Thursday 26 November 2020
© 2020 New Zealand Doctor.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Symptoms Diagnosis Management
by Dr Rosamund Vallings
Published by Calico Publishing, RRP $50.00, 1 February 2021

A fully revised edition of this internationally acclaimed book provides a timely review of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, the impact of COVID, and the latest research into treatments.

Often known as ‘ME’, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is notoriously difficult to diagnose and treat, yet its effects are profound, and often prolonged and debilitating.

Dr Vallings describes the process for accurate diagnosis, and clearly explains all aspects of the illness. In separate sections she provides useful strategies for dealing with specific symptoms, as well as positive suggestions on how to cope with the disorder on a daily basis.

In this fully revised edition, Dr Vallings updates the huge body of research into this condition and explains the science and current understanding of the illness. It is particularly pertinent with the emergence of COVID-19 and provides an important resource for ongoing management.


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