well it is happening again...I can't sleep and I asked my neuro about it and she said that with MS it happens due to some of the meds that we are on. Well great Doc what am i gong to do toting a huge bookbag and a comparable pair of bags under my eyes. It is kind of funny, I have been keeping count of how many people say "you look tired" I lost count at 46 :) just kidding its not that bad but it does happen more than I would like. I take Yoga (no headstands-dr orders) but that only helps right after a class. I do drink tea and that seems to calm down my ever active mind and my wish i could be as active body. I take melatonin at the request of my doc. Does anyone have any tips on getting to sleep?
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