Fatigue

Understand MS fatigue, logic can fly out of the window

Understand MS fatigue, logic can fly out of the window

For many people fatigue is an unenviable part of multiple sclerosis, its severity varies from person to person.  People do not truly understand MS fatigue unless they suffer from it. The cause of this hidden disability is not properly understood. Worse still, too many people do not appreciate that fatigue is a chronic hidden disability. […]

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Further handicaps because of MS

Further handicaps because of MS

I have a problem with expecting too much from myself. This in turn hurts me more than it helps me. I am always looking at my life and trying to simplify everything I do but it is harder than it seems. The biggest problem with advanced MS is how an ordinary activity is suddenly fraught […]

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Time To Make Your Life Easier

Time To Make Your Life Easier

Do you have MS? Don’t you think its time to make your life easier? I should know, I am always trying do it. What can YOU do so you do not feel fatigued living your life?  Its important to enjoy yourself and have a good quality of life. Time to make your life easier I’m […]

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MS Clinics, reducing missed appointments

MS Clinics, reducing missed appointments

South Devon Health Care tested a scheme at Newton Abbot Community Hospital for multiple sclerosis patients. Normally the patients would have to attend a clinic at Torbay hospital, approximately 10 miles away.  The trial scheme to give people with MS access to services at Newton Abbot Community Hospital  has resulted in fewer missed appointments. Specialist […]

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Plan B

Plan B

Plan A & Plan B I nearly always plan out what I’m going to do, that’s plan A, then occasionally I think about plan B. Plan A & Plan B What to do in an emergency, its obvious but surprising how often I forget about it. I get halfway through the day, sit down and […]

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