CBT & GET cannot and should never be used to treat the symptoms of ME

 NUMBNESS
PARALYSIS HYPOGLYCAEMIA DIZZINESS  FOOD
SENSITIVITIES/ ALLERGIES PAIN PARASTHESIS
HYPERESTHESIA SEIZURES MUSCLE SPASMS SLEEP
DISTURBANCEORTHOSTATIC INTOLERANCE
HEAD PAIN HEADACHE INSOMNIA VISUAL DISTURBANCE
PERCEPTUAL DIFFICULTIES BALANCE PROBLEMS
COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS
SORE THROAT POST EXERTIONAL NEURO-IMMUNE
EXHAUSTION MUSCLE DYSFUNCTION MULTIPLE
CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY DRUG SENSITIVITY
PHOTOPHOBIA   LOSING/GAINING WEIGHT
DIGESTIVE ISSUES SWALLOWING DIFFICULTIES ACUTE
HYPERSENSITIVITY EMOTIONAL LABILITY
DIARRHOEA/IBS TYPE SYMPTOMS POOR TEMPERATURE
CONTROL  BREATHING DIFFICULTIES NAUSEA  HYPERACUSIS
VOMITING NEUROLOGICAL, AUTONOMIC, NEURO-ENDOCRINE,
IMMUNE, CARDIOVASCULAR GASTRIC DYSFUNCTION

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