Translating and adapting Fatigue: an invisible symptom of MS.
New evidence suggests that fatigue is linked with higher levels of disability, greater levels of depression and anxiety, and poorer cognitive function and sleep in people with MS
New study shows eating a diet high in whole grains, fruit, vegetables and legumes may lead to less disability and depression, and less severe MS symptoms.
Cold water in the mouth can help reduce heat sensitivity, a common symptom of MS.
Researchers have been trialling low current electric brain stimulation as a way to help manage MS related fatigue.
Fatigue is one of the most common, troubling symptoms experienced by people with MS. For some people, it is the symptom that affects them most.