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Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation is considered a necessary component of comprehensive, quality health care for people suffering…

Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation is considered a necessary component of comprehensive, quality health care for people suffering with MS, at all stages of the disease.

Life Hacks for people with multiple sclerosis! Great tips, tricks, and products designed to make life a little easier!

Life Hack for people with multiple sclerosis! Great tips, tricks, and products designed to make life a little easier!

MS and Fatigue. Most people with MS experience fatigue – not the tiredness that people complain about after a late night or a long day at work, but bone-crushing weariness that makes you doubt whether you can continue to function for even an hour more, much less until the end of the day. For me, fatigue is often accompanied by nausea and a headache, plus worsening of sensory symptoms, such as tingling feet and MS hug. Diminshing cognitive function just adds to the frustration.

Fatigue brings with it hugs. Oh, The MS Hug. And the lead legs. And the bruised feeling arms, make that every limb. Oh, the fatigue aches, when you sit and put your legs up and go ahhhhh only to still be in achy break town :/

Multiple Sclerosis

Poster details signs, symptoms, prevention and management techniques for various types of MS.

This infographic takes you through some simple practical tips to help you cope with some of the fear and anxiety experienced around MS. Click on to see it.

Multiple Sclerosis Infographic - Coping with Fear and Anxiety (This applies to Fibro patients, too.

Genentech: Understanding Multiple Sclerosis

Understanding Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is a debilitating disease of the central nervous system; although it’s usually thought of as a single disease, its course and symptoms vary from person to person.

Multiple Sclerosis: Demyelination in the Cervical Spinal Cord - MRI Scan

Multiple Sclerosis: Demyelination in the Cervical Spinal Cord - MRI Scan, mine as many, many lesions

Multiple Sclerosis: a disease that deserves increased awareness, funding for additional research, & above all- compassion for those who suffer. Nursing students can use this chart for basic knowledge attainment to prepare to help those with MS in their future patient care practice.

Pregnancy hormone may reduce multiple sclerosis symptoms and prevent relapse. What about side effects of continued hormone use? grandma died after 30 some years battling MS

M.S. symptom management: http://multiplesclerosis.ucsf.edu/education_and_support/symptom_management

Higher Vitamin D Levels Could Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Risk

M.S. symptom management: http://multiplesclerosis.ucsf.edu/education_and_support/symptom_management

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