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27.04.2023 09:54
The Christmas season is usually a joyous time, but unfortunately, it wasn't the case for me. Just a few days after receiving my MS treatment, I tested positive for COVID-19. It was a terrible time to fall ill, as I was already feeling extremely sick. I desperately searched for a COVID test, but couldn't find one anywhere. Eventually, I had to go to the emergency room to get tested. Thankfully,
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19.04.2023 15:28
Vision problems are a common issue for individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). These problems can be caused by damage to the optic nerve or the impact that MS has on the brain. In some cases, vision problems may also be related to the treatment of MS. It can sometimes be difficult to determine whether your eyesight issues are due to MS or simply a result of aging. As we age, our vision
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30.03.2023 00:20
When it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, medical experts usually emphasize the importance of diet and exercise. However, in my personal experience, I have found that sleep plays a crucial role in overall well-being. When I get a good night's sleep, I am less prone to illness, my cognitive function improves, and I have increased energy levels. Research has shown that insomnia is a common
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14.03.2023 11:58
Can you maintain clear thinking with a brain damaged by multiple sclerosis (MS)? Cognitive problems affect at least 65% of people with MS, including myself. These problems can include memory loss, difficulty learning new things, attention and concentration issues, executive function challenges, visual/spatial function impairments, verbal fluency struggles, and trouble keeping up with tasks or
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11.03.2023 10:43
Fatigue is not simply feeling tired at the end of a long day; it is a persistent state of exhaustion that often persists even after rest or sleep. It is a common and debilitating symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS), as many individuals with MS can attest to. There are times when the fatigue is so severe that it becomes difficult to get out of bed. This sentiment is echoed by others within our MS
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04.01.2023 10:57
Before I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), my partner and I shared household chores equally. As my MS progressed, however, she has taken on more responsibilities. Now, she does the majority of the housework and takes care of me on bad days. She even helps out our schoolgirl neighbors by packing their lunches and driving them to events. Professional Caregivers Week 2023 Recently, she
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04.01.2023 02:45
In the first part of this column, I discussed three common types of pain experienced by those with multiple sclerosis (MS). These include trigeminal neuralgia, which is facial pain caused by damage to the trigeminal nerve; eye pain, inflammation of the optic nerve that typically affects one eye at a time; and the MS hug, a squeezing sensation around the ribcage. However, there are more forms of
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24.11.2022 18:17
In the column, we are reminded that accepting loss is an ongoing process, as new losses continue to arise. While acceptance is crucial in managing multiple sclerosis (MS), it is not an easy journey. It requires us to continually re-accept old losses and embrace new ones. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for people with MS The writer questions why we should accept changes such as the loss of
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07.07.2022 04:49
Do you keep track of your multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms and medications? Many people with MS, including myself, do not engage in self-monitoring, which can lead to problems. However, there are ways to change this. Self-monitoring is crucial in helping doctors treat us better and determine appropriate counseling and treatment. A study by MS nurses in the Midwest emphasized the importance of
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02.07.2022 18:21
Get ready for a different kind of blog post. Instead of diving into complex medical terms and discussions about multiple sclerosis, I want to share my current mindset and where I stand in life. Think of it as a ride on the emotional train down memory lane. All aboard! There comes a time when you have to prioritize yourself, and now was that time for me. To maintain my sanity, I had to let go of
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