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.

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The Call of the Last Frontier: The True Story of a Woman’s Twenty-Year Alaska Adventure by Melissa Cook – author page for memoir – www.MelissaCook.us

About the Author

Melissa Cook
Melissa Cook is the author of www.MSsymptoms.me. As a retired high school teacher and school district administrator, she chooses to share her MS story in hopes of benefiting others.