Pacing ‘not cost-effective’ for CFS (NHS Choices):
“Brain training is most cost-effective treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome,” BBC News reports, while pacing therapies (learning to live within limits) “offer little value”.
“This news is based on research that aimed to determine how cost-effective four treatment options were for people with CFS. These were:
“To determine the cost-effectiveness, three main factors were taken into account:
Based on the statistical models used by the researchers, CBT and graded exercise therapy were found to be most cost-effective, while specialist medical care and pacing were the least cost-effective.”
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