Multiple Sclerosis

7 Ways to De-Stress With Multiple Sclerosis

When you have multiple sclerosis, stress can make fatigue worse than usual, but these stress-busting tips can help you save energy and stay healthier. Stress is a major factor for many people with multiple sclerosis (MS). From worry about the unpredictable nature of the disease to concerns about work, family, money, and more, having MS...

10 Ways to Boost Your Life Expectancy With Multiple Sclerosis

While early mortality from multiple sclerosis (MS) is relatively rare, several recent studies show that people with MS may experience a small decrease in life expectancy when compared to the general population. A 2014 study published in the journal ofMultiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders found that people with MS had a lifespan 6 years shorter...

Scientists want to use parasitic worms to treat multiple sclerosis | Med Log

It might sound creepy, but researchers are investigating if parasitic worms could be the key to halting the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS) – an autoimmune condition that causes the body to attack its own nerve cells.Autoimmune diseases can manifest as ailments such as allergies and coeliac disease, or can develop into debilitating illnesses...

‘Redefining MS’: Why It Stands for More Than Just ‘Multiple Sclerosis’

By Stephanie Rice You’ve probably heard that MS stands for “multiple sclerosis.” According to the medical books, you heard right. But I’m here to tell you the medical books don’t tell the whole story. MS stands for something more than an autoimmune disease. MS is more than an abbreviated label for a collection of symptoms....

PharmaPoint Multiple Sclerosis – Global Drug Forecast and Market Analysis to 2024

“The Report PharmaPoint: Multiple Sclerosis – Global Drug Forecast and Market Analysis to 2024 provides information on pricing, market analysis, shares, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. – MarketResearchReports.biz” Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory autoimmune disease of the central nervous system which leads to neurological disability. The exact underlying cause of the...

3 Facts I Want to Tell the Young Woman Just Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis: Term Life

I know. The doctor has just left the room. Your stomach is churning. You’re confused. Your mind is racing. Tests have just confirmed that an unexpected hurdle has just forced its way into your life — uninvited and definitely unwelcome. You have just been diagnosed withmultiple sclerosis (MS). According to the doctor, this neurological disease will...

15 Things To Remember If Your Loved Ones Suffer From Multiple Sclerosis…

Has someone important to you been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS)?  This disease can be hard for patients — as well as their family and friends — to live with.  Here are some important things to remember if you love someone with this disease. 1. They Value Their Independence Many MS patients, as the diseases progresses, can...

A multiple sclerosis drug that works for Huntington’s disease: the real deal or too good to be true?

Thinking problems in Huntington’s disease take a huge toll from early in the disease. Now, new work suggests that a drug already approved by the FDA to treat another brain disease – multiple sclerosis – may stave off these problems in HD mice. Could these results be real, or are they too good to...

Multiple Sclerosis Patient Leaves Wheelchair To Walk after amazing medications

Doctors are “quite optimistic” about starting new research that could potentially repurpose HIV drugs. by Matthew Tharrett  Doctors in the UK are working to set up a clinical trial to administer antiretroviral medications designed for people living with HIV/AIDS to people suffering from multiple sclerosis after one woman claimed the drugs helped her walk again. The woman,...

Detecting Symptoms of MS In Women and Beginning Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

Being able to identify the symptoms of MS in women as actual MS symptoms is difficult, even though this condition does seem to primarily affect women. Women have a much higher chance of developing MS and twice as many women are diagnosed with this disease than men. However, this disease is poorly understood and why...

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