5 sleep tools I personally use that you might like to try on those nights when your mind has other plans.
MS brain fog is exactly as advertised. There is literally a fog in my mind. Take a glimpse into my week with cognitive fatigue.
There's a saying that gets used in medicine, if you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebra. It means don't go looking at uncommon causes (zebra) without checking for more common causes first (horses). Well, when it comes to my health I always assume it's the zebra. I jump to the conclusion that every little thing is MS related while ignoring that it could be something much more commonplace. Fortunately, my GP has reigned in my tendency to overreact, and now I wait for her to eliminate more common causes first.
"That was the best MRI appointment", said no one ever, but today I had the least unpleasant MRI. What makes an MRI bearable? You don't always get a considerate technician, and even with the best operator, you will still need to deal with discomfort. I've developed a bit of a game plan when I'm facing time in the tube.