Multiple Sclerosis Fatigue Directory
A large part of multiple sclerosis is fatigue, which in turn affects other areas of life. Often this fatigue isn't relieved by sleep. There are things you can do to help, like limiting strenuous work, resting, eating a healthy diet, exercising when you can, and avoiding triggers that make you feel worse. Learn more about identifying and managing MS fatigue.
Multiple Sclerosis and Fatigue
According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 80% of people with MS have fatigue. Learn how to cope and combat fatigue from MS at WebMD.
Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep
Multiple sclerosis can affect your sleep and restfulness. Find out how to get a good night's sleep despite MS.
Fight MS Fatigue
Tips to make sure MS fatigue doesn't stop you from having an active life and enjoying the activities you love.
Learn more from WebMD about hypersomnia, a condition that causes excessive drowsiness during the day.