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Dealing with MS-Related Falls? 0

Dealing with MS-Related Falls?

Dealing with MS-Related Falls? MS and some of its related symptoms, such as numbness, dizziness, weakness, loss of balance, tremors, and more, can lead to an increased risk in experiencing falls for those living...

Staying Cool in the Summer 0

Staying Cool in the Summer

Staying Cool in the Summer For most people living with MS, summer does not bring feelings of excitement and joy. Rather, it’s a time of strategizing, planning and being careful to avoid the heat,...

The Truth About Bladder Dysfunction: Symptoms, Management, and Emotional Impacts 0

The Truth About Bladder Dysfunction: Symptoms, Management, and Emotional Impacts

The Truth About Bladder Dysfunction: Symptoms, Management, and Emotional Impacts Bladder dysfunction: often defined as urgency, leaking, frequent urination, and/or incontinence. Although bladder dysfunction affects 78-90% of people with MS, many patients experience feelings...

Always Adjusting to Life with MS 0

Always Adjusting to Life with MS

Always Adjusting to Life with MS Recently, one of our community contributors, Nicole, wrote a thought-provoking, and emotionally charged piece titled, “Still Learning How to Live with MS.” The title of the article rings...

Managing Sensory Overload 0

Managing Sensory Overload

Managing Sensory Overload Sensory Overload is a fairly common symptom of Multiple Sclerosis, and occurs when a person experiences overstimulation from the environment. For people with MS, Sensory Overload can sometimes make it difficult...