Tag Archives: CFS & RELAXATION

ME/CFS: Remaining Calm In The Emotional Storm

In this post, former ME/CFS sufferer and Coach Simon Pimenta explores how people with ME/CFS can deal with external events that can be emotionally  overwhelming. I wrote this on 23 June 2016- the day that the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), but … Continue reading

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ME/CFS & ADRENAL FATIGUE

In this short series of posts ‘ME/CFS Simple Strategies’ trainer and former sufferer of ME/CFS and fibromyalgia Simon Pimenta explores strategies for people with ME/CFS. ME/CFS & Diet Please re-read the caveats in the first article. As stated in the first … Continue reading

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ME/CFS, Relaxation & Your Genes

The Power Of Relaxation You have the capacity to have a profound effect on your health and wellbeing, according to research. A study at Harvard University found that people trained in relaxation response techniques were able to affect gene expression. … Continue reading

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ME/CFS: Are You Getting Quality Rest?

We all need to rest. If you have limited energy, are recovering from a health condition, are a perfectionist or ‘driven’ personality, rest is crucial, because it allows the body to recharge. When the body is relaxed, it activates the parasympathetic nervous … Continue reading

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