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Managing multiple sclerosis (MS) can be tough. Managing of MS involves taking care of the disease progression and managing symptoms. As MS cannot be cured and is progressive in the majority of cases, symptomatic management is something that takes most of the time. If the treatment of disease is primarily left to the physician, symptomatic Read more about How to Manage Multiple Sclerosis[…]
Multірlе ѕсlеrоѕіѕ іѕ a neurological dіѕеаѕе that іnvоlvеѕ аn іnflаmmаtоrу рrосеѕѕ аt the level of the сеntrаl nеrvоuѕ ѕуѕtеm. Thе dіѕеаѕе causes dysfunctions of thе body’s nerve сеllѕ (nеurоnѕ), duе tо thе dеѕtruсtіоn оf mуеlіn, a ѕubѕtаnсе thаt ѕurrоundѕ thе neurons. Myelin is vital for thе рrореr асtіvіtу of thе nervous system, аѕ іt Read more about Multiple Sclerosis – Whаt arе thе Fооdѕ to Avoid?[…]
1. Feeling always tired sucks. With M.S. you can get 12 hours of sleep but still feel tired and unable to get out of bed. 2. Not everyone with M.S. needs a wheelchair but there are definitely some that do. That can be tough because it limits the places you can go. 3. Mood Read more about 5 Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms I wish I could Let go of[…]
You have made up an excuse to leave a loud and crowded place – $15 Your arm looks like it has been attacked by mosquitos from all the injections – $20 You forgot what you were doing – $10 Just watching a marathon becomes a Tiring task – $25 Someone has said you ‘Look Sick’ Read more about How much Would you have? I would have $40[…]
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Have you ever had a new symptom pop up that you never knew was possible before? I know I have and I’m pretty sure most people have. Well, we’re sick and tired of not knowing when it comes to M.S. To show you how sick and tired we are of not knowing more about Read more about What’s Inside Someone with Multiple Sclerosis[…]
You make up multiple excuses to leave loud and crowded places. via GIPHY Your arm looks like a battleground of injection sites. Forgetting what you were doing becomes so common, you usually have a list of what you want to do each day. Cutting your toenails has become a daunting task on the Read more about 7 Things People Without Multiple Sclerosis Wouldn’t Understand[…]
At one point in time someone probably thought Multiple Sclerosis was fake or exaggerated. It’s happened to me a few times. If the nonbelievers entered our world for just 1 day they would understand. They would understand our pain that we have to deal with and our emotional fatigue of dealing with the disease for Read more about Try to be in Our Shoes[…]
Just because I have Multiple Sclerosis does not mean that changes who I am. Don’t talk to me differently. Don’t Love me differently. I want to be treated the same way as before. I will always be the same person in your heart even if my body does change. This change doesn’t change the memories Read more about This is an Amazing Quote to Remember[…]