Chronic fatigue syndrome apps

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis, ME, Tapanui flu and post-viral syndrome. It is characterised by severe, disabling fatigue. Other symptoms include musculoskeletal pain, sleep disturbance, impaired concentration and headaches. Despite there being a few apps in the app stores targeting CFS, we were unable to find any that were suitable.

App reviews

App Comment
Chronic fatigue syndrome
by Venture Technology Ltd  
Not recommended (safety concerns): The app has a large amount of highly inaccurate material. This is an example of an extremely low-quality health app, with little more to offer than poorly written and inaccurate content. Read the clinical review.

Other apps you may find helpful

While we could not find helpful apps specifically for CFS, we thought you may find the following apps useful:

  • Pain management apps: For keeping a pain diary and tracking how your pain affects your daily activities. Read more about pain management apps.
  • Sleep apps: Some help you track your sleep habits, similar to a sleep diary, and help you develop good sleep routines, while others try to assist you to fall asleep by using calming visual graphics and relaxing music. Read more about sleep apps.
  • Mental health and wellbeing apps: To learn techniques such as guided meditation and mindfulness to help you cope with feels of anxiety, depression and stress. Read more about mental health and wellbeing apps

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Last reviewed: 14 Feb 2019