MS and Fatigue: YES, it's very real - and debilitating.
Sometimes, my MS makes me feel extremely fatigued... the sort of mental and physical tiredness/weariness/exhaustion that doesn't necessarily go away after a good sleep. Not always sleeping well doesn't help me in that regard, either.
It's awful, as this dysfunction prevents me from participating in life, and I miss out on a lot of people/things I enjoy in my life.
Sometimes, I feel like I have the attention span of a sock... then there are the accompanying headaches that accompany it sometimes too...
I despise becoming 'unreliable', but there's nothing I can do about it.
➽ Sometimes, it comes with a headache as well...
► What to show your doctor (Source)
► Check out another way of looking at it with "The Spoon Theory"
► Some videos trying to explain MS and Fatigue
► Article: MS Fatigue
► Article: My fatigue is different
► Article: How to Manage MS Fatigue
► Article: The Concept of Fatigue in MS
► Article: Describing Fatigue to Others
► Article: What I Really Mean When I Say 'I'm Tired'
► Article: "Chronically tired is brutal and unforgiving"
► Article: "How to Talk About MS Fatigue with Others"
► Video: "How Can I Manage MS Fatigue?"
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