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'It's So Much More Than Just Being Tired': Brightons Mum Highlights Daily Battle She Faces Living With ME

Saturday 2 June 2018

 

From Scottish newspaper The Falkirk Herald:

 

Nicola McPaul
Nicola McPaul is hoping to raise awareness of ME.
 

‘It’s so much more than just being tired’: Brightons mum highlights daily battle she faces living with ME

By Fiona Dobie
Friday 1 June 2018
© 2018 Johnston Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

“It’s not a life, it’s an existence” – these are the words of one local woman who has been living with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) for the last six years.

Every day Nicola McPaul struggles with the condition which affects her whole body and as an award winning film about the illness is set to be screened at the Hippodrome in Bo’ness this Saturday she’s decided to speak out about what life is like living with the crippling condition.

People often consider ME, which is frequently referred to as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) to be ‘just being tired’ or an excuse for laziness, but with so little understanding about the condition, the 41-year-old is keen to share her story and raise awareness that it is much more than just that.

 

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