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Friday, August 26, 2016

Multiple Sclerosis and SLEEP Issues


                                                                  
  

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People with multiple sclerosis often have trouble sleeping soundly, but the problems may not be due to the disease itself. Stressspasticity in arms or legs, inactivity, or depression that can come along with MS can interfere with a good night’s rest. In some cases, MS lesions at certain spots within the brain may also keep someone from sleeping normally.
Whatever the cause of your sleep issues, some simple fixes may help you get more shut-eye.
Talk to your doctor about your problem. She can help you figure out how to solve it and get back to better Zzz’s.

How Can I Get a Good Night's Sleep?

If a medical problem like spasticity, bladder trouble, or depression is keeping you awake, talk to your doctor about treatments that relieve those conditions.





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