Read this thought provoking article about studies being done about motion and movement in people with MS. How exercise is so worth doing, even though you would think it would add to your fatigue, it actually helps with it.
Read this woman’s story about how she came to terms with her disability from Multiple Sclerosis and how she learned to accept what he had to do to make sure she wasn’t hurting herself. http://www.msconnection.org/Blog/April-2017/My-First-270-Days
I am beginning to realize when i start getting MS cognitive exhaustion and know when to lie down and reset my energy level. It’s worse when I get out and about in the community, where too much stimulation causes me to have what I call “Brain farts” and I lose my concentration, I also can cover up by saying I’m having a senior moment
A blog post, What if I had never met you. You being MS.
A letter to MS after diagnosis, it’s like a storm a brewing. First, you take cover and then you move forward. From a woman who has Multiple Sclerosis.
Things you need to know about MS, whether you have the progressive type or the remitting, this comes from a neurologist
https://vimeo.com/173194278 Help us celebrate MS WOrld’s 20th anniversary, the site was started in Eugene Oregon twenty years ago. Watch this video showing the faces of MS World. And while there check out the site, and read the message boards where people with MS ask questions and get answers from other people who are going through what they are.