The Call for Opposition: Challenging the P2P and IOM Processes
In our second article on how to react to the publication of the draft P2P report, Gabby Klein provides her view of why she and a large group of advocates and patients are continuing their protest of the government’s ongoing control and manipulation of our disease via their processes...
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    Exercise - Effects of

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    [FONT=&quot]7. How long after moderate or strenuous levels of physical activity do you usually remain fatigued?[/FONT][FONT=&quot]<o:p></o:p>[/FONT]​
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    • q[FONT=&quot]I currently do not participate in moderate or strenuous physical activity[/FONT]
    • q[FONT=&quot]Less than 12 hours[/FONT]
    • q[FONT=&quot]12 to 24 hours[/FONT]
    • q[FONT=&quot]24 to 48 hours[/FONT]
    • q[FONT=&quot]3 or more days[/FONT]
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    Esther edit - My recovery rate seems to vary massively. Sometimes I can rest up and feel fine a couple of hours later - other times I'll be exhausted for days, other times it will hit me the day after activity. Would an option for 'Delayed onset' be worthwhile? 'Highly variable' too? Also - my definition of moderate exercise would be very different to a healthy persons. Would it be better to alter 'after moderate or strenuous levels of physical activity' to 'after periods when you exert yourself most heavily'? as otherwise a lot of people might click 'I do not...' and we'd miss out on data.
     

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