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Staying Positive with Multiple Sclerosis

by Immunoe

  When living with multiple sclerosis (MS), managing your symptoms does require a proactive approach in your medical care, as well as in the way you approach life. MS does not have to be the only focus in your life. People living with MS have families, careers and a variety of hobbies. Remaini …

MS Holiday Survival Guide

by Immunoe

  Even though the holidays are all about the spirit, gifts and the food, if you take a closer look, you will actually understand that even these magical days have their hazards. The holidays can be stressful and complicated. Having multiple sclerosis though, might make the holiday preparation …

A Multiple Sclerosis Holiday Guide

by Immunoe

  Although the holidays should be joyful and peaceful, for some, such as those with MS, they can be a bit stressful. Organizing holiday events, dinners, buying gifts, and planning vacations are some of the aspects that can make your holidays stressful. Below we have gathered some tips and idea …

MS Disability & Transportation

by Immunoe

Transportation is a very important part of our everyday lives. For many people living with multiple sclerosis (MS), driving may not be a feasible option. How can you get around without seeking other people’s help? Public transportation is the solution you are looking for. It may sound strange, bu …

Habits You Should Include in Your Everyday Life to Avoid MS Flares

by Immunoe

  Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease accompanied by several symptoms, which can flare at any moment. An MS flare is described as the reaction that occurs when the immune system assaults an area of the brain or spine. Some of the most common MS symptoms include: feeling of weakness, memory is …

5 Multiple Sclerosis Myths

MS has low life expectancy Fact: MS has a normal life expectancy, which means that the expected lifetime of an MS patient is close to that of a person without MS or any other disease.   You will need a wheelchair Fact: According to studies the majority of MS patients will never need a wheelcha …

Exercise Improves MS Symptoms in Children, Study Finds

A new study has found that children with multiple sclerosis (MS) who exercise regularly may experience milder or fewer symptoms than inactive children with MS. The autoimmune disease is less common in children than in adults; between 2% and 10% of MS patients are children. However, children often p …

Can Age Affect The Symptoms and The Progression of Multiple Sclerosis?

  Most people who are diagnosed with MS are between the ages of 20 to 50 years old. MS though, can also be found in children as well as elders. About 85% of people who are diagnosed with MS are first diagnosed with the relapsing-remitting form of the condition. This means that they face period …

Multiple Sclerosis and Your Vision

Multiple sclerosis (MS) can trigger vision problems, but luckily these problems do not often result in total blindness. Here are some key optic disorders that you should know if you have MS: Double Vision: MS can also affect the small muscles that control eye movements. When the muscle of one eye b …