Help at hand for sufferers of ME at support event
A FREE chronic fatigue syndrome awareness event is being held at the Boston Conservative Club.
The event is for those who suffer from persistent extreme fatigue that affects their everyday life that does not ease following periods of rest or sleep.
Chronic fatigue syndrome, (also known as myalgic encephalomyelopathy or ME), is a disabling and fluctuating neurological condition that is not normally physically visible but can have a huge impact on people's lives.
Staff from Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are promoting awareness of this condition, how to manage the debilitating symptoms, and the support available at a local health event.
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Over the past eight years, the trust's specialist service has helped hundreds of people across Lincolnshire to manage the condition and maximise their chances of recovery.
Specialist occupational therapist, Lynsey Woodman, said: "CFS/ME is more widespread than many people realise and is often poorly understood. We equip individuals with this condition as much information we can so they learn how to manage it in order to start improving their levels of functioning and their quality of life."
The event takes place on Monday, August 19 from 1.30 until 5pm.
Due to the size of the venue, booking a place at this free event in advance is advisable. Call 01529 222277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.