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Fatigue and its different forms

Podcast with Open Journal Blogcast

Linda Jones and Mike Douglas discuss the different aspects of fatigue we are seeing around lockdown, isolation and everything covid. They also discuss the critical aspects of illnesses such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and much more!

Wellbeing hub to tackle fatigue and exhaustion

Chambers of Commerce

A Sutton Coldfield not-for-profit organisation has launched a Fatigue Wellbeing Hub to provide businesses with a range of resources for employees.

The Salus Foundation’s new hub allows firms across the region to give employees access to a wide range of blogs, advice from expert health practitioners and video content to improve their health and wellbeing.


Thoughts on Life and Love

Chronic Fatigue is a condition with more than 20 million sufferers worldwide, with over 250,000 in the UK alone. Seemingly healthy patients suffer from unrelenting exhaustion and pain while often becoming extremely isolated, depressed and anxious with the sharpest and fittest of men and women often brought to a staggering halt because of it. I was a fitness fanatic driven by a high pressure corporate life, and reached a point where my memory was so fragmented, I struggled to even string a sentence together.

Salus Fatigue Foundation partnership

Talk Health

Salus Fatigue Foundation was founded by Linda Jones who started this charity through her own lived experiences. Salus is a not for profit organisation that provides support, education and help in the long term to inspire people living with fatigue-related conditions to improve their health and wellbeing. 

Burnout To brilliance

TEDx Talk

In 2001 Linda Jones’s world changed. As a young and successful business woman she was living a happy and fulfilled life; working long hours travelling the country, a fitness fanatic who enjoyed a full social life. Looking back there was recognition that this was unsustainable. Early recognition signs…

Learning to manage ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome takes time and means big life changes

The Sunday Post

This is a familiar scenario for many people affected by ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).

This affects 270,000 people in the UK and Ireland and although awareness has improved, a lot of mystery and misunderstanding still surrounds the condition.

The main symptom is debilitating fatigue, but there are many others including pain, brain fog, dizziness, nausea and sleep problems.

How To Manage Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: ‘Recovery Is A Journey’

Sustain Health / Talktalk

When your health is suddenly taken away from you, keeping hopeful can be difficult – especially if doctors aren’t entirely sure how to help.

Midlands fatigue charity marks 10-year milestone with national roll out

Entirely Charity

The Salus Fatigue Foundation launches digital fatigue wellbeing hub. Helping those with fatigue as a result of Brain Injury, Cancer, Anxiety and Depression, Post Traumatic Stress, Hormonal Changes, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, ME and Fibromyalgia.

Salus Fatigue foundation 

Love Brum

Salus Fatigue Foundation is a registered charity providing a unique lifeline for people and their families and friends affected by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS / ME).  Founded in 2009 and they aim to protect and promote the health of people living with the condition.  They offer four support groups, educational workshops and self-help groups to sufferers at their base in Sutton Coldfield.

Salus Fatigue foundation – business as usual

Find Health Clinics

We are excited to announce that EVEN MORE features have been added to the hub. Once you subscribe to the Fatigue Wellbeing Hub, you will begin your 90 day Journey to Wellness and have continuous access to ALL additional corners below.

Salus Fatigue foundation

Here to Help Together 

Salus Fatigue Foundation was founded and is run by people who have had ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia for people with chronic fatigue conditions.

Midlands fatigue charity marks 10-year milestone with national roll out

BDaily News 

The Fatigue Wellbeing Hub will provide modules on immunity, movement, nutrition, pacing, pain, relaxation, sleep and stress. The hub’s content has been created as a result of supporting people affected by fatigue over the past 10 years in conjunction with qualified, registered health practitioners and the Salus team, with their own lived experiences. This is a self-management approach in order for people to improve their fatigue. From November people can join The Fatigue Wellbeing Hub.