Sleep? What’s that? – Today’s guest blogger on MSAA’s MS Conversations

What an honor it is to be today’s guest blogger on the MSAA (Multiple Sclerosis Association of America) website. Go check it out, leave a comment, sign up for their newsletter, and support their work as they dedicate each day to improving lives through ongoing support and direct services to individuals with MS, their families, and their care partners.

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About the Author

Penelope Conway

Penelope Conway
Penelope started Positive Living with MS as a way to help others with MS stay positive in the midst of a terrible disease. She believes that staying positive and holding onto hope is the key to waking up each morning with the strength to get through the day. Multiple Sclerosis may never go away, but neither will her determination and her drive to help others through the journey.

2 replies
  1. Rodger Ashton-Smith
    Rodger Ashton-Smith says:

    I use a tablet5 of Normison at bed time (around 11 pm) and that gives me about 7hrs sleep with no interruptions. However if something is needed then it forces me to deal with it.If I ntafe 2 then it puts me out for around 9hrs sleep which I don’t need, only on very odd occassions.

  2. Meeya
    Meeya says:

    And once again, you manage to hit that nail on its head, and describe EXACTLY what it’s like, & my feelings in this daily battle!
    You really are amazing 😚

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