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By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 4, 2019
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How to Avoid MS Flares in Winter

As autumn leaves give way to snow and ice, many people look forward to the beauty of a winter wonderland. But for those with MS, colder weather can trigger flares and make winter weather a frustrating foe.  We know how disheartening it can be to...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on October 11, 2019
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Five Fall Foods For MS Symptom Relief

Fall means cooler weather, cozy blankets, and a fresh array of hearty fruits and vegetables. Unfortunately, for some, fall also means a return of MS symptoms. Temperature changes, less sunlight, and new routines can all contribute to a...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on September 9, 2019
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Simple Life Hacks to Alleviate MS Symptoms

Living with Multiple Sclerosis can be challenging. The fatigue, brain fog, balance issues, and other symptoms can zap your energy, leaving little leftover for daily living duties.  Everyone deserves to put their best foot forward every day....(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on August 22, 2019
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How to Support Someone Newly-diagnosed with MS

Receiving a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis can bring lifestyle changes, uncertainty, and many new emotions. These experiences affect not only the person who is diagnosed but their friends and family members as well. If your loved one was recently...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on August 1, 2019
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How MS Affects Women

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects each individual differently. Because it affects the nervous system, one person may need significant support to manage daily living skills, while others may live with minimal flares. People can be diagnosed with MS at any...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on July 17, 2019
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Coping with Chronic Illness: 3 Tips for a Positive Life

There’s a strong link between mental health and chronic disease; that’s why positive thinking during illness is so important. These 3 tips for a positive life will help as you are coping with chronic illness. Surround Yourself With A Solid...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on June 27, 2019
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Managing MS Symptoms in Summer

There is nothing quite like the sounds of summer - birds chirping, kids playing, pool parties, backyard barbecues, and block parties that last well into the evening. But with those joyful sounds comes the oppressive summer heat. For those with multiple...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on June 4, 2019
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To Sip or Not to Sip: Alcohol and MS

Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis means making important diet and lifestyle changes. But does that mean you should avoid alcohol altogether? The Science Isn’t Settled As the old saying goes, “You are what you eat.” This applies...(more)

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)