Psychological aspects of treating CFS
This seemed such a stupid question that I never bothered to consider it. I estimate I must have now (2014) seen well over 6,000 patients with CFS and it is clear that CFS is primarily a physical disorder. It is only when patients have been ill for several months and been told by their physicians that nothing is wrong that they get secondary psychological problems. The only place where CFS does not exist is in the brains of small-minded doctors.
Is CFS a psychological condition or a physical illness?
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