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ConditionsHTB: ME

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FEATURE What causes ME?

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

A number of triggers appears to set it off, including:

FEATURE ME: The first things to do

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

ME is not just fatigue; neurological symptoms may be worse

FEATURE ME: Diets and Supplements

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Diet is the first area to pay attention to when ME is suspected

FEATURE ME: The pesticide connection

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

One cause of chronic fatigue syndrome could be exposure toorganophosphate pesticides and insecticides

FEATURE What is ME?

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

ME (myalgia encephalitis) or chronic fatigue syndrome is a disablingdisease that has finally been recognized by the World HealthOrganization as a disease of the nervous system

FEATURE ME: The link with thyroid problems

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Thyroid problems may be a culprit behind unexplained diseases such asME/CFS and FMS

FEATURE Fluoride and ME

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Although few researchers have looked at the role of fluoride in thedevelopment of ME, there are conspicuous similarities between keyfeatures of ME/chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and those seen in thevery early stages of fluoride poisoning

FEATURE How to beat your ME

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

You can and you will beat your ME

FEATURE How doctors treat ME

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

According to the UK Working Group on CFS/ME, set up to compileguidelines on the appropriate management and treatment of patients withCFS/ME, graded exercise and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) are themain treatments, plus antidepressants for those with depression

FEATURE ME: Other things you can do

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Check for food allergies or candida albicans - nearly 50 per cent ofpatients with ME have Candida albicans

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