Does MS feel worse at night? Spasticity is one of the most common MS symptoms, and often feels worse at night. This is because it can be aggravated by reduced movement, tight muscles and pain from other symptoms.
Do MS symptoms fluctuate throughout the day? In relapsing-remitting MS, fatigue fluctuates substantially over time. Many daily life determinants of fluctuations are similar in relapsing-remitting MS and healthy individuals (stressors, mood) but physical exertion seems more relevant in relapsing-remitting MS and sleep quality most relevant in healthy individuals.
Do MS symptoms get worse later in the day? About 80% of those with MS have fatigue. “MS fatigue” is also called “MS lassitude.” As it grows more severe, you may find it harder to meet the demands of work and home. Compared to other types of fatigue, MS fatigue usually happens daily, begins suddenly, and gets worse later in the day.
Does MS make your head feel funny? Many people with MS experience dizziness, in which you feel light-headed or off-balance, notes the NMSS. A less-common MS symptom is vertigo. When you have vertigo, you feel as though your surroundings are spinning around you, Dr. Kalb says, or that you are spinning.