Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

A Poll to determine whether posture plays a roll in ms symptom onset.

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • A Poll to determine whether posture plays a roll in ms symptom onset.

    Link to Poll Location and results so far
    http://www.thisisms.com/ftopic-voter...-orderasc.html


    We are conducting a simple poll on another forum for people with multiple sclerosis. We are aiming for 500 votes and would appreciate assistance achieving this goal.


    Identifying A Postural Connection With MS CCSVI

    Each person has one vote only so choose after carfully considering your past ms history and when you have noticed a deterioration in an old symptom or a new symptom.

    In a 24 hour period, when would be your worse time of day. For example, when would you usually experience fatigue, new ms symptoms, paralysis, Spasms, numbness, weakness, visual disturbances, Headaches, neuropathic pain etc etc.

    1: Morning after sitting too long (Sitting)
    2: After using a wheelchair for several hours (Sitting)
    3: During the night while sleeping / trying to sleep (Horizontal)
    4: During or after standing (Upright)
    5: During the night while trying to get out of bed (Horizontal)
    6: After or during Walking (Upright)
    7: Following a journey while sitting (Sitting)
    8: First thing in the morning on waking (Horizontal)
    9: In the evening while resting (Sitting)
    10: Rising from bed in the morning (Horizontal)


    Please elaborate about your own personal experience to help us understand and recognise any possible emerging patterns of ms onset.

    POLL Question:
    When are you most likely to notice a significant relapse /new symptom (RRms) or general deterioration / worsening of symptoms /new symptom (PPms)


    For example, when would you usually experience fatigue, new ms symptoms, paralysis, Spasms, numbness, weakness, visual disturbances, Headaches, neuropathic pain etc etc.

    Postural Paralysis and Inclined Therapy for MS CCSVI
    Find us on Facebook using inclined bed therapy as a search term.
    sigpic

  • #2
    When are you most likely to notice a significant relapse /new symptom (RRms) or general deterioration / worsening of symptoms /new symptom (PPms)
    Morning after sitting too long (Sitting)

    15% [ 16 ]
    During or After using a wheelchair (Sitting)

    5% [ 6 ]
    During the night while sleeping / trying to sleep (Horizontal)

    5% [ 6 ]
    During or after standing (Upright)
    4%
    4% [ 5 ]
    At night while trying to get out of bed (Horizontal)
    0%
    0% [ 1 ]
    After or during Walking (Upright)
    10%
    10% [ 11 ]
    Following a journey while sitting (Sitting)

    11% [ 12 ]
    In the morning on waking (Horizontal)

    18% [ 19 ]
    In the evening while resting (Sitting)

    7% [ 8 ]
    Rising from bed in the morning (Horizontal)

    16% [ 17 ]
    Total Votes : 101
    Last edited by Andrew K Fletcher; 06-25-2010, 06:49 AM. Reason: formating problem
    Find us on Facebook using inclined bed therapy as a search term.
    sigpic

    Comment

    Working...
    X