One in three chronic fatigue patients improve on Australian program

More than one-third of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome improve when they undergo a program combining graded exercise and CBT, an Australian ‘real-world’ study shows.

The study included patients with CFS who followed personalised programs, including five one-hour consults with an exercise physiologist and 6-8 sessions with a clinical psychologist at the University of NSW's Lifestyle clinic in Sydney.

Of the 264 participants whose illness had lasted for an average of five years, 35% had a reduction in fatigue after the

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