Useful resources: fatigue
Listed below are websites that you may find useful when looking for further information.
Overcoming chronic fatigue: a self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques (Mary Burgess and Trudie Chalder)
Coping better with chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis: cognitive behaviour therapy for CFS/ME (The self-help series) (Bruce Fernie and Gabrielle Murphy)
Overcoming chronic pain (Cole, Howden-Leach, Macdonald, Carus, 2005)
The explain pain handbook protectometer (Butler and Moseley, 2015)
Understanding long term pain – taster version. The full publication can be purchased for £1 by contacting the British Pain Society on 020 7269 7840 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mindfulness: a practical guide to finding peace in a frantic world (Mark Williams and Danny Penman)
Mindfulness for health: a practical guide to relieving pain, reducing stress and restoring wellbeing (Vidyamala Burch and Danny Penman)
The compassionate mind (Paul Gilbert)
Mindfulness meditation for pain relief: guided practices for reclaiming your body and your life (John Kabat-Zinn)
Mindfulness for beginners (John Kabat-Zinn).
Arthritis research UK
Arthritis information: back pain
Arthritis information: neck pain
Arthritis information: fibromyalgia
British pain society
Cognitive behavioural therapy resources
Get self help
Mood cafe – relaxation exercises
The free mindfulness project
What is chronic pain?
White cloud wellness
Yoga for energy
The mindfulness app
BellyBio: Interactive breathing (by Relaxline)
Get some headspace (free 10 day trial)
ActiveME – activity diary
Sleepcycle alarm clock
Relax and sleep by Glenn Harrold
Nature sounds relax and sleep
Long deep breathing
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