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Managing Multiple Sclerosis through Exercise

Handling the Emotions that come with Multiple Sclerosis

Handling the Emotions that come with Multiple Sclerosis

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 Maintaining strength, stamina, and flexibility is critical for everyone with MS that want to make the most of their abilities.  Click the action button below to  see some instructional videos that will get you started. 

Handling the Emotions that come with Multiple Sclerosis

Handling the Emotions that come with Multiple Sclerosis

Handling the Emotions that come with Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple Sclerosis can cause fear, dread, anxiety, depression, feelings of inadequacy, and worry.  These emotions alone can disable us and I have experienced them all in the 34 years with MS.  Watch this playlist to see if they can help. Multiple Sclerosis Video Blog

Multiple Sclerosis Symptom Help

Handling the Emotions that come with Multiple Sclerosis

Resources for People with Multiple Slerosis

Exhaustion

Multiple Sclerosis symptoms are miserable.  We experience problems with bladder, bowels, electric shock, spasticity, pins & needles, itch, head ache, muscle constriction, memory lapses, exhaustion, vision, cramps, and balance problems.  Here are a list of videos on how managing these symptoms can make life livable again.

Resources for People with Multiple Slerosis

Disease Modifying Medications for Multiple Sclerosis

Resources for People with Multiple Slerosis

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Financial help for those with MS that cannot afford life!

Diets & Supplements

Disease Modifying Medications for Multiple Sclerosis

Disease Modifying Medications for Multiple Sclerosis

Vitamins

 Vitamins, minerals, and different nutrients have been studied for their usefulness in treating MS and it's symptoms.   Here are a few that you may consider. 

Disease Modifying Medications for Multiple Sclerosis

Disease Modifying Medications for Multiple Sclerosis

Disease Modifying Medications for Multiple Sclerosis

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 The choice to take medications to prevent attacks is an individual one that should be measured with the risks.  MS is different in every person.  Some may have a more aggressive disease and others may have a more mild course. 

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