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Brain Fog and MS

A number of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) experience symptoms with various functions of their brain and spinal cord which results in issues with movement, vision, balance, site, and feelings. Sometimes people call these symptoms “brain fog”....… read more >
Posted 04/09/2018
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Depression and MS

Living with multiple sclerosis (MS) can be lonely, giving depression a stronghold. Additionally, MS may destroy the protective coating around nerves that helps the brain send signals that affect mood. With daily pain many people experience fatigue...… read more >
Posted 03/30/2018
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Drop Foot and MS

A common multiple sclerosis symptom is foot drop or dropped foot where the foot feels like it doesn't fit properly when walking which reduces mobility. Physical therapy, braces, or devices that stimulate the nerves and muscles needed to lift the...… read more >
Posted 03/26/2018
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Healthy Eating and MS

Healthy eating can be difficult after receiving a multiple sclerosis diagnosis. While there is no specific diet for those with MS, eating healthy and reducing your intake of processed foods, may help with relapses and improve the vitality of some....… read more >
Posted 03/19/2018
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Fatigue and MS

Fatigue is a common symptom of multiple sclerosis due to feeling exhausted from muscle tremors and muscle spasms. People with MS experience fatigue as a state of being tired—not sleepy, but physically exhausted which has an impact on daily life....… read more >
Posted 03/12/2018

Disability Benefits and MS

MS is a chronic condition that may qualify you for disability benefits. Some with MS have found that the process to apply for disability is long and frustrating. Hearing tips and receiving support from others in your shoes may make it easier. On...… read more >
Posted 03/02/2018
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Exercise and MS

Exercise can be difficult with multiple sclerosis, but it can lead to reduced stiffness and greater mobility. Finding the motivation to exercise when you have MS is best done alongside others with MS who understand the obstacles and rewards. On...… read more >
Posted 02/23/2018
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Cooling Vests and MS

Too warm or too cold, changes in temperature can affect MS symptoms. Many members with MS have found creative ways to stay cool when the days start getting warmer. A cooling vest may help bring down the body's temperature when worn on a hot day.On...… read more >
Posted 02/21/2018

MyMSTeam to go: Get the free upgraded mobile app!

On most mobile devices, you can access an internet browser and type in To save time, you can download the MyMSTeam mobile app instead. Find the latest version of the MyMSTeam app by going to the app store (ex: iTunes App Store,...… read more >
Posted 11/09/2017

Get the most out of MyMSTeam by tailoring your own team!

Thanks for joining MyMSTeam!Get the most out of MyMSTeam by tailoring your own team!A team is a group of people that you feel most connected to on MyMSTeam. You can stay updated on their posts, and as your team grows, you’ll notice more support...… read more >
Posted 07/24/2017
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