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5 Fitness Websites for MS

You can’t swing a sweaty workout towel these days without hitting an article or report about the health benefits of exercise to people with MS. “Exercise is quickly being recognized as one of the most important approaches for self-managing the consequences of MS,” said…

MS Life Hack Attack: Tips to Make Life Easier

Between fatigue, muscle weakness, imbalance and other problems associated with MS, living with the disease often demands a lot of effort and energy, even for the simplest of tasks. Conserving (and managing) your energy can help you spend more of it doing the…

Future T-Cell Targeting: Temp Tattoos to Treat MS?

A recent lab study has found a way of inactivating immune T-cells by injecting antioxidant-filled nanoparticles under the skin, which could revolutionize multiple sclerosis treatment in the future — and include a cool bonus. MORE: 10 tips to exercise with multiple sclerosis The procedure leaves patients with a dark circle on the…

9 Tips to Self-Manage Your Multiple Sclerosis

According to the Mayo Clinic, there are several common everyday ways to help you self-manage your multiple sclerosis. Here are a handful of examples to help you feel better in your daily life. 1. Get plenty of good rest. Everybody functions better after a good night’s sleep. Getting quality rest…

The Histopathology of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic illness that presents many different symptoms since it can affect any part of the human body. MORE: How massage and bodywork is used to treat MS patients In this interview from MSWorld at the ACTRIMS Forum in 2016, Dr. Claudia Lucchinetti, professor and chair of…

How a Service Dog Changed This MS Patient’s Life

We’ve heard from many members of the MS community that service or therapy dogs can provide incredible comfort to patients and their families. From helping with mobility to reducing anxiety, these magical animals are sometimes exactly what the doctor ordered. Here, we talk to 45-year-old Karin, who’s been living with…

Chill Seeker: Tips for Reducing MS Anxiety

A whopping 43 percent of all people with MS have some type of anxiety disorder. Worse, according to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, “Anxiety is perhaps the most taxing and under-treated psychological effect of living with MS.”  Which makes sense. The unpredictability of…

15 Multiple Sclerosis-Inspired Tattoos

Getting a tattoo shouldn’t be taken lightly. It’s a piece of art that will be on your body for life and therefore, should represent something that’s near and dear to your heart. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that many who suffer from a chronic illness choose to add permanent messages…

Important Things to Remember If You Have MS

If you or a loved one is living with multiple sclerosis (MS), it’s important to remember that you can always try to make your situation better. If your doctor says something like “there’s no other option” or “we have nothing more to offer you,” find another doctor. Doctors are humans, too, and they…

Optic Neuritis: Commonly Asked Questions

According to the Multiple Sclerosis Society in the UK, optic neuritis is associated with MS. Although the two conditions can be connected, they’re not consequential: not everyone who develops optic neuritis will go on to develop multiple sclerosis. That being said, there is definitely a connection. Many neurologists…

Exploring Multiple Sclerosis From the Inside With Jack Osbourne

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLgNW8jDZ7M Jack Osbourne is well-known within the multiple sclerosis community — and the world over, to be honest. Known since the day he was born for being Ozzy Osbourne’s son, the celebrity was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) in 2012, after he noticed numbness in his legs and went blind…

What Vitamin D Could Do for MS Patients

In this video from RxWikiTV, learn why a daily dose of vitamin D can do the body good, and that may be especially true for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). MORE: Vlogger explains how she overcame her bladder issues “These results are exciting, as vitamin D has the potential to…

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