Reducing fatigue after long COVID
This study is looking to understand and reduce fatigue-related symptoms experienced by people after infection with COVID-19.
Further research will assess the feasibility of a self-help intervention to help reduce symptoms of fatigue in long COVID.
This study is being led by a team of researchers based at The University of Manchester and the Salford Care Organisation (part of Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust). It is funded by FORME (Charity No: 1045005).
- Aged 18+
- Previous positive COVID test (between July 20 and October 22)
- No current or previous diagnosis of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) or chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)
- No diagnosis of end-stage heart failure, cancer, sleep apnoea (or other major sleep disorder), or major mental illness (eg schizophrenia).
- Completing an online survey (approx. 10 minutes) about symptoms
- People experiencing longer-term symptoms may be invited to take part in a further stage of this research.
- 11 May 2023