MS-related Fatigue Identified as Main Factor Affecting Work Ability

MS-related Fatigue Identified as Main Factor Affecting Work Ability

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MS-related Fatigue Identified as Main Factor Affecting Work Ability

Fatigue, whether alone or in combination with depression or anxiety, is the main influencing factor of self-reported working ability among people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) and mild disability, according to a study in the Netherlands. Notably, contrary to the researchers’ expectations, personality traits were found to have no effect on a patient’s working difficulties, when corrected for known MS-related influencing factors. These findings highlight the importance of managing fatigue and mood to optimize RRMS…

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