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According to O’Connor, people with the condition have to change their lifestyle to accommodate for the disease, which is made worse by stress.

“You get to know your patterns and limits, though, so you can work and plan around it,” she said.

“It is made worse, obviously, by stress.

“So you have to try to keep life quiet and peaceful.”

Source: Daily Express

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