Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
Erica Wilson
Erica Wilson
September 19, 2018
Multiple sclerosis treatment options depend on what type of MS you have, but it may involve medication, complementary therapies, and lifestyle changes.

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MS and Stress

How to Cope With Daily Stress and Multiple Sclerosis

MS and stress are directly related – stress makes MS symptoms worse, which causes more stress, etc. Try some of these techniques to break the cycle.
1.5k found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on July 24, 2018
African Americans and MS

How Does MS Affect African Americans?

There is so much more to learn about African Americans and MS, and even more to learn about how the role of ethnicity plays in MS risk.
38 found this helpful by Erica Wilson on June 20, 2018
MS and Alcohol

MS and Alcohol: Is it Safe?

Many people turn to alcohol to help them cope with MS, but MS and alcohol is not a good combination. Even one or two drinks can make your MS symptoms worse.
1.3k found this helpful by Debra Robert and Abigail Budd on September 7, 2017
Multiple Sclerosis and Hearing Loss

How Common Is Multiple Sclerosis and Hearing Loss?

"As with many other symptoms of MS, it’s hard to explain unless you’ve experienced it." Abi shares her experience with multiple sclerosis and hearing loss.
179 found this helpful by Abigail Budd on August 16, 2016
MS and the Flu

How to Handle MS and the Flu

"This winter, the flu hit me like a ton of bricks." Debra shares her experience with MS and the flu, and how you can protect yourself.
466 found this helpful by Debra Robert on March 22, 2016
Fighting Back Against MS and Depression

Fighting Back Against MS and Depression

MS and depression often go together – up to half of all people with MS will meet the criteria for a diagnosis. Learn more about why, and getting help.
800 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on February 3, 2015
MS and Cabin Fever

MS and Cabin Fever

MS and cabin fever is a frustrating combination. Consider these tips for keeping busy and active.
426 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on January 21, 2015
MS and Bed Sores

What You Need to Know About MS and Bed Sores

Bed sores or pressure sores are a serious concern if you suffer from advanced MS. Consider these tips for keeping your skin healthy.
333 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta and Dr. Donna on May 26, 2014
Vaccinations and MS

Is It Safe to Get Vaccinations With MS?

There are a number of recommendations about which vaccinations are safe and which to avoid when you have MS.
523 found this helpful by NewLifeOutlook Team on May 7, 2014