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WIDE-Eyed at Night & Worried

Nothing takes me down with MS faster than missing my sleep. I can usually do one night of fewer than eight hours, but two in a row? Last night I was WIDE-eyed and worried. A bout of food poisoning wreaked havoc on my night which I could typically manage, but not two nights in a row. The night before, I failed to get in as many hours of sleep as I needed but didn't worry because it was just one night. Yikes! I'm going to take it easy today because two nights without sleep can trigger MS, and therefore, I must manage myself tenderly today and get to bed early tonight. #sleep #fatigue #MStrigger

Hope you feel better and can get rest to prevent a relapse. I am not unwell, but I am not sleeping as well as I usually do 🤷‍♀️. Hence why I am typing away here at 10.40pm lol. Hope you can recover and feel okay 👌.


I take sleep aids every now and then to get sleep. I've found it is one of the critical components to staying well. I'm sorry you aren't well. I hope it turns around quickly.