22 March 2022
Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of multiple sclerosis. It's described as a feeling of exhaustion that's out of all proportion to any activity you may have been doing. People with MS often find it had to explain fatigue to others so in this episode we ask how you would describe life with fatigue and what tips you would give for managing it. Plus, occupational therapist, Kate Hayward, shares some of her own fatigue management techniques.
- MS Trust A-Z on A-Z on fatigue
- MS Trust Ask the expert about fatigue
- Could cocoa help MS fatigue? research update
- MS Trust Book on Living with fatigue
- MS Awareness week 2022
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