Discussion in 'Post-Exertional Malaise, Fatigue, and Crashes' started by soxfan, Nov 13, 2017.
Interesting. Do you have the link?
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Does anyone else get this from car rides?[/QUOTE]
Absolutely! We had to take two long road trips out of state last summer for my husband's work. 10 hrs each way, but stayed in a hotel half way there and back. I didn't drive. Even though I was able to rest in bed the whole time we were gone, I'm still in bed recovering from the whole thing.
I still have anxiety in the car resulting from a serious car accident over 40 years ago. I can sort of relax on quiet roads with little traffic.
I'm very aware of how stimulating driving (even as a passenger) is on all of the senses - driving anxiety or not.
If it is not on this one let me know and I will find you the paper on his physio therapists treatment, but I think is covered in this one.
You can also try a Google Site Search
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