Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Dolphin, Mar 28, 2015.
This is a sympathetic exploration of the difference experiences (symptoms, losses, etc.) people with CFS go through.
Its conclusion is that various pacing and energy envelope techniques could be useful for patients to manage their condition.
It is quite good in terms of describing the problems of over-exerting and the payback patients can face.
Thanks for pointing this out @Dolphin.
It looks like quite an interesting read. (Wish it were open access.)
A while yet but each September and October, Sage Publications (the publisher of this paper) have a free trial period for access to their publications.
Thanks! I had not heard or possibly forgotten the term ethnoscience, though I have heard a bit about the concept but even that is limited.
Will definitely read this. Right now I have so many things bookmarked to read, it's hard to keep up.
This looks intriguing.
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