• ME/CFS Links

    Action For M.E.
    Action for M.E.ís mission is empowering people with M.E. to fulfil their potential and secure the care and support they need, while working towards a greater understanding of the illness and ultimately a cure.

    AYME (Association Of Young People With ME)
    AYME (pronounced Ďaimí) is the largest charity for children and young people with ME/CFS, with over ten years of knowledge and experience about how this illness affects children and young people.

    Christians With M.E.
    CWME aims to provide a meeting place where Christian sufferers and carers can find friendship and support with the freedom to discuss all aspects of their health, life and faith.

    ME Association
    The ME Association provides information and support on ME/CFS to people with ME/CFS. They strive to develop professional and high quality information materials and services.

    ME/CFS Parents
    A community for parents, parents-to-be and people considering parenthood who suffer from ME/CFS.

    ME Research UK
    A national charity funding biomedical research into Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also known as ME/CFS).

    Severe ME/CFS: A Guide To Living
    The book providing help to patients with severe ME as well as the loved ones and professionals caring for them.

    Sheffield Yoga For ME/CFS
    Sheffield Yoga for ME/CFS is a registered charity that provides specialist remedial yoga lessons for people with ME or CFS in Sheffield and provides information on yoga for ME/CFS in general.

    A colourful and inspirational website bursting with information, tips, and advice on dealing with CFS, FMS, and their symptoms. Money worries, work-at-home guidance, benefits information, info on treatments, remedies, support, recommended books and much, much more.

    Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society
    A registered charity that informs, supports and represents those affected by the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - M.E. in West Sussex, East Sussex and Kent.

    The CFS Report
    News and commentary on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

    The National M.E. Centre
    Since February 2007 the Centre no longer has a paid manager and the clinical service was suspended in May 2007. Occupational therapy, physiotherapy, nutritional input and counselling is still available to patients with a diagnosis.

    Tymes Trust
    Tymes Trust is the longest established national UK service for children and young people with ME and their families. It is a respected national charity whose entire professional team give their time free of charge. They work constantly with doctors, teachers and other specialists and played a major role in producing the childrenís section of the Dept of Health Report on CFS/ME (2002).

    West Lothian ME/CFS Support Group (WLMESH)
    We are a support group that meets once a month at the ability centre in West Lothian. We are a friendly group and welcome not only sufferers but careers and family as well.