10 Tips on Managing MS Fatigue

Multiple Sclerosis fatigue affects us in our daily living. At times (or all the time) we perform one or two tasks, and then feel completely exhausted the rest of the day. The remainder of our daily responsibilities go unmet because we are simply too tired to complete them.Here are some ways people try to manage their fatigue. As with anything, consult your doctor about your fatigue, and discuss any medications, alternative therapies or over-the-counter drugs you are considering.

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Managing MS Fatigue

Exercise

Exercise

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How do you stay active/exercise?

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Sleep

Sleep

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Do you have difficulty sleeping?

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Diet

Diet

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Have changes in diet affected your MS symptoms?

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Stress Reduction

Stress Reduction

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Do you experience more MS relapses during stressful periods in your life?

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Extreme Temperatures

Extreme Temperatures

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Do your MS symptoms worsen with changes in temperature?

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Rest

Rest

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Do you find naps helpful?

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Assistive Devices

Assistive Devices

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Have you used any assistive technologies to help manage MS symptoms?

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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

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Have you seen a Physical Therapist for your MS?

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Psychological Intervention

Psychological Intervention

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Have you seen a therapist specifically for MS

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

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Have you seen an Occupational Therapist specifically for MS

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