ME/CFS Fact Sheets
The following five publications contain important information for those managing ME/CFS. Click below for more information on:
Tips for working with the health professionals who are supporting you to manage ME/CFS.
Have you been newly diagnosed with ME/CFS and not sure what to do next?
Are your family, friends or colleagues unsure of the implications of your ME/CFS?
'Pacing' is a key strategy to help manage your ME/CFS; understand the basics here.
Nutrition is vitally important in managing ME/CFS; learn why here.
Discrete treatments for each subtype of ME/CFS
Could mitochondrial dysfunction be a differentiating marker between Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia?
Did you know?
As many as 180,000 Australians are directly affected by ME/CFS
Research into ME/CFS is occuring across the globe. Follow the links below for research resources.
Support Organisations by State
ME/CFS Australia directs enquiries from members of the community about frontline support for people with ME/CFS to independently run state organisations.
Nutrition and ME/CFS: Download a PDF, available in the following languages: