THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-REPORTED FATIGUE, FATIGABILITY, AND SLEEP QUALITY IN INDIVIDUALS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

@inproceedings{Aldughmi2016THERB,
  title={THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-REPORTED FATIGUE, FATIGABILITY, AND SLEEP QUALITY IN INDIVIDUALS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS},
  author={Mayis Aldughmi},
  year={2016}
}
The average lifetime cost of care for people with Multiple Sclerosis (PwMS) in the United States is approximately $2.2 million per person affected, and up to 80% of PwMS are unemployed within 10 years of disease onset. MS-related fatigue is a debilitating symptom experienced by around 90% of PwMS, it can significantly affect an individual’s functional quality of life by interfering with activities of daily living (ADLs), causing reduced work performance, and contributing to loss of employment… CONTINUE READING

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