How to Evaluate Your Experiment on Improving Your CFS or Fibro

“I think the two hours I spent on that analysis [of my experiment] was the most productive time in my experience with CFS. I haven’t had a relapse since.
~ Bruce Campell

As part of the free e-course I’ve been teaching for twelve weeks now, I’ve published another lesson, called How to Evaluate Your Experiments and Improve Your Health as a Result. In the lesson, you can read about the steps involved in evaluating your experiment and watch an instructional video about it, too.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • How to make the time to evaluate your experiment.
  • How to evaluate your experiment to gain great insights into how you can get better (how-to video with real-life example).
  • How to make sure that you’ll benefit from your insights for the rest of your life.

Hop over to the lesson by clicking the link below, and enjoy!
http://cfsrecoveryproject.com/how-to-evaluate-your-experiments/

If you have any questions or thoughts about it, please share them in the comment section below.

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