People who have had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) for any length of time often report a variety of different symptoms. It is rare that an individual has exactly the same pattern of symptoms as another. Symptoms will also mean different things and have different consequences to different people. Symptom mapping can help patient to figure out how best to respond to patients symptoms, as well as helping to reduce how stressed patients symptoms might make patient feel. People with CFS/ME often experience a bewildering array of symptoms, and this makes it very difficult to work out what each of patients symptoms mean and what the consequence of their symptoms are. Symptom mapping asks patient to note down what their predicting about patients symptom, and to use this thought to generate an impact cross. Better sleep and gradually building up patient’s concentration levels may, over time, reduce this symptom.