Motor skill, fatigue, and vision problems are common MS symptoms, and they can make daily tasks challenging. However, most MS sufferers learn to cope and lead satisfying and full lives. Although there’s currently no cure for MS, there are tips available to deal with motor skill issues, fatigue, and vision problems, and here are a few that may help:
People affected by multiple sclerosis or MS often have trouble sleeping. In fact, one study showed that MS sufferers have significantly higher sleep problems than the general population or other chronic disease sufferers. Lack of sleep has the potential to worsen MS symptoms, and, for that reason, it is particularly important MS sufferers get a good night’s rest. Sometimes natural sleep remedies may help.
Multiple sclerosis, also called MS, can be dealt with in a variety of psychological fashions. For instance, attitude management is a critical factor when it comes to MS. So is situational management where you manage MS by taking responsibility and being accountable for your situation. Another way to deal with MS can be achieved through insight management, which is based [...]
Being a victim of anything is disempowering and discouraging. This is particularly true for people who suffer from multiple sclerosis, better known as MS. Taking action and looking at what can be done beats doing nothing every time. A feeling of control offers hope and a better sense of the issues at hand. Moreover, one way [...]
In my view, the most important tool in dealing with the psychological effects of multiple sclerosis (MS) is attitude because it colors everything when it comes to MS. The truth is, people with MS usually experience debilitating, frustrating physical conditions, and they can focus on the negatives and the “poor me-ness” of the situation, or they can actively seek positive MS [...]
Because there seems to be success with MS diets and supplements, MS sufferers often pursue other complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) approaches rather than rely strictly on conventional medicine alone. As a matter of fact, it seems people with MS tend to use the CAM approach much more frequently than the population in general. This [...]