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We, the authors of ‘Answers to Chronic Fatigue’, do NOT claim to treat, cure or heal any conditions within in the fatigue related spectrum such as ME (Myalgic Encephalopathy), CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), FM (Fibromyalgia), or PVFS (Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome). As with any chronic condition the appropriate medical advice and care should be sought. We do NOT claim that any of our practitioners are medical doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, licensed health care providers or have undertaken medical training. They ONLY offer their services as mentors, and as a practitioner in the modalities in which they have trained – see their biography for more information. All our practitioners have, however, undertaken training in the techniques and approaches in which they practise.

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  1. See EFT Universe for papers and studies

  2. In a research report published in 1998 by Dr. Bruce Lipton at Stanford University School of Medicine, suggests that ‘over 95% of all illnesses occur because of stress in the body’s autonomic nervous system’. The last 5% are inherited from our ancestors who experienced stress in their lives and transmitted diseases and imbalances to their children through genes.

  3. Professor Leslie J Findley, MD, MRCS, DRCOG, DCH, FRCP (Consultant Neurologist with Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust), speaking on Radio 4, suggested that "any treatment which reduces the stress response will improve chronic fatigue syndrome and many other conditions".