“I’ve tried so many different methods to manage my symptoms. Medication helps to a degree alongside self-management techniques.”
Tag: Dr Charles Shepherd
“Managing energy is the most difficult but important factor. My advice would be to try to establish a routine to get the best balance between sleep, activity and rest.”
Emma spent a decade in isolation at home after becoming severely ill with ME in 2004. She has been interviewed by the BBC together with Dr Shepherd.
We invest in biomedical research but need your support so that we can do more to determine the cause(s) of M.E. and help develop effective treatments.
The online course can be taken by anyone with a professional interest in ME/CFS and will hopefully increase awareness and understanding.
This leaflet provides a summary of what biomedical research is telling us about M.E. It considers key symptoms, common triggers, and explains how various aspects of disease pathology could be linked to specific symptoms.
Dr Charles Shepherd contributes to a new article about Covid-19 and possible Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome.
We’d like to know how you have been coping with the Covid-19 lockdown. Please take part in the survey and Facebook discussion.
The Countess of Mar has decided to retire from the House of Lords, but will continue to work with Forward-ME.
Post-viral fatigue is being reported following Covid-19 infection. We explain the issue and offer best management guidance.
We provide a weekly update on Covid-19 in a new free leaflet and a letter about vulnerability to be used when required.
Derek Pheby has had a distinguished career and has a keen interest in M.E. and in research.
Dr Shepherd provides another update and comprehensive guidance for people with ME/CFS.
We provide an update on the measures in place to help people who are in employment during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr Charles Shepherd provides updated information about the virus and how you can help prevent infection.
Drs. Shepherd and Muirhead with Ms. Kingdon from the ME Biobank are presenting lectures on 19th March at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
MailOnline: Barely able to leave the house, told they are exaggerating and even that their ailment does not exist.
We are talking simple protective measures you can take this winter and have updated our guidance on Covid-19.
We review what happened at the first meeting and list the MPs that attended. Biomedical research is on the agenda for the next APPG meeting in March.
Jo Hunt from the University of Derby is looking to recruit people with M.E. for her research study.