Preliminary study into understanding fatigue in MS

Do you have MS?
Do you live in the Bristol area? Do you have MS related fatigue?

Preliminary study into understanding fatigue in MS

If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact abi.wiltshire@nbt.nhs.uk

 

In collaboration with the University of Bristol and The CRIC
(Centre for Research and Imaging Centre) MS Research is supporting a preliminary study to try and help us understand more about fatigue and MS. If you would like to know more please call 0117 958 6986 or contact rosemary.jones@nbt.nhs.uk

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2 thoughts on “Preliminary study into understanding fatigue in MS

  1. Hi I don’t live in Bristol, I live in coventry I was newly diagnosed this time last year. I suffer with fatigue a lot when it effects me on a bad day I really feel it. Have no energy for nothing it’s not necessarily the tiredness it’s the heavy feeling in my body and the lack of energy sometimes to even lift my head up. I could be out and get a rush of fatigue where I practically fall asleep in my chair. I think looking into fatigue with MS is such a good idea and to see what medications can help to lift levels of energy

    • Yes Keeley, fatigue is the biggest symptom my aka has had before “they” started talking about it! I did apply to be in the study but they thought that as I am born and bred in France I was not suitable as my brain would have functioned differently (foreign language is another part of the brain). However, as a trustee I saw the results of the initial survey and it is impressive even if some other nerve pathway is used the people like will show. I am looking forward to be able to do the experiment that does not use language skills. Join our mailing list for our newsletter? http://www.ms-research.org.uk/contact-us
      Best wishes Laurence

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