Tag Archives: cfids

Marie’s Recovery Story

Marie talks about recovering from ME CFS while also being a carer for her family. Marie’s ME began when she turned 30 and came down feeling flu, and suddenly had to cancel all of her plans due to being so ill. Through her recovery, Marie also decided to change her career path from working as […]

OHC Live 57 – Do I need to be symptom free to start increasing activity?

Alex talks about the different steps and stages of recovery from ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia and what kind of energy we may feel if we’re ready to increase our activity. Sign up for a free information pack from The Optimum Health Clinic or sign up for a free 15-minute chat to see how we can […]

OHC Live 42 – New Year goals

From the New Year Facebook Live 2018, Alex offers some advice on how to set goals that make you feel like you’re winning – and how to avoid resolutions that cause worsening of symptoms. Recovery takes time, and the best goals to set on the recovery path are small, achievable goals that help us feel […]

OHC Live Ep 005 – Managing relationships with friends and family

A diagnosis with ME, CFS or Fibromyalgia can be confusing to explain to friends and family when the invisible illness is so misunderstood in society. Alex talks about different ways you can help the people around you understand your illness and how they can help you manage and recover. Mentioned in this video:  Jennifer Brea’s […]

OHC Live Ep 003 – Is it possible to make a full recovery?

OHC Live Ep 003 – Is it possible to make a full recovery from ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia? In this Facebook Live recording CEO Alex Howard discusses whether it’s possible to make a full recovery including the controversy and complexity of the group of illnesses under the umbrella of ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia. The Optimum Health […]

OHC Live Ep 001 – ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia recovery goals 2017

In this first Facebook Live recording CEO Alex Howard discusses ME, CFS, and Fibromyalgia recovery goals for 2017. The new year can be a great time to set some new recovery goals, keeping in mind that we can often achieve less than we think in 6 months and more than we think we can in […]