(MAR 15) Someone with multiple sclerosis (MS) who also has untreated OSA can expect fatigue to become insurmountable. They will likely experience higher sensitivity to pain, greater cognitive difficulty, and a higher chance for having accidents or falling.
(MAR 9) For those who’ve had an MS diagnosis for a while, there’s relief in knowing that specialists now mostly agree that MS does, in fact, cause pain.
(FEB 26) Some interesting findings from recent research published in International Journal of MS Care (IBMSC) suggests that we might need to be more forthcoming about our sleep problems when we go to see the doctor.
(FEB 15) In the field of sleep medicine, nocturnal leg cramps are symptomatic of disordered sleep. For good reason, right? Anything that disrupts a night of sleep—such as a frequent need to use the bathroom, unsettling nightmares, or leg cramps—leads to disordered sleep.
(JAN 24) Multiple sclerosis may be a “snowflake” disease with myriad variations unique to each person who has it, but one symptom that plagues virtually every person with MS is the feeling of being tired all the time. … It may seem fruitless to distinguish between the nuances of tiredness, and yet, from a medical perspective, differentiating sleepiness from fatigue is key to getting proper treatment for your symptoms.
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