Chronic Fatigue Syndrome symptoms can be overcome by increasing exercise and thinking positively, an Oxford University report has found.
A landmark study which followed hundreds of sufferers for two years found that those who were encouraged to be more active and alter their mind-set suffered less fatigue and were able to cope with daily life more easily.
Marie Curran was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in April 2012.
Marie was a keen runner before her diagnosis and she says that she worries, after seeing the research online today, that people (especially newly diagnosed) will see this and end up injuring themselves by pushing themselves too hard.
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