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By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on April 30, 2019
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Five Steps You can take Now to Manage MS Long Term

Living with Multiple Sclerosis can seem overwhelming- especially in the beginning of a diagnosis. However, there is more to MS than just therapies and medications. There are many actions and lifestyle changes you can make at home to help live a...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on April 11, 2019
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MS vs. ALS: What’s the Difference?

Learning you have an autoimmune disease can be scary. Autoimmune conditions that affect the nervous system can be confusing due to similar symptoms. Many people confuse Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Both diseases...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on March 21, 2019
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Signs and Symptoms of MS in Adults

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune condition that affects your nerves. Each individual is affected differently by MS; some people live with minimal flares, while others struggle with daily living tasks. The condition can affect people of all ages,...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 31, 2019
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6 Triggers That Can Cause an MS Relapse

You may not be able to avoid MS relapse entirely, but being aware of MS relapse triggers can help you make healthy choices. Learn what causes MS relapse, how to identify MS relapse triggers, and how long an MS relapse can last. What Causes MS...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 14, 2019
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3 Good Exercises for People With MS

Staying active is an important part of combatting MS symptoms, but MS symptoms can make it difficult to exercise. So what can you do to keep in shape and increase mobility when symptoms are at their worst? Here are 4 good exercises for people with MS...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on November 30, 2018
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What’s the Difference Between an MS Flare-Up and Relapse?

Wondering what the difference is between an MS flare-up and a relapse? You’ve come to the right place. It turns out that there isn’t actually a difference between an MS flare-up and relapse; they’re just different names for the same...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on November 20, 2018
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Easy Comfort Foods That Are MS Friendly

Looking for delicious comfort foods this fall and winter to warm you up? That can sometimes be a challenge when you are trying to improve your MS symptoms by eating healthy. Thankfully, there are plenty of fall comfort food ideas that are MS friendly....(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on September 28, 2018
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MS & Seasonal Allergies

Are you curious if your MS and seasonal allergies are related — or worse yet, if your seasonal allergies will make your MS worse? You’re not the only one. Many people with MS feel that there may be a correlation between their MS symptoms and...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on September 14, 2018
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What Causes MS Flare Ups?

Have you been wondering how you can keep your MS flare ups at bay? While it’s impossible to pinpoint every cause of MS flare ups, there are certain circumstances that have been proven to trigger MS flare ups. Avoiding them won’t make your MS...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on August 28, 2018
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How to Help a Friend With MS

Navigating adult friendships can be difficult, especially when you throw in a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. You want to help your friend, but you don’t want them to feel self conscious, or like they are a burden. You want to provide support, but...(more)