Take Control Over Your MS Anxiety


Tips for Easing Anxiety

It’s common for chronic illness sufferers to experience anxiety. The pain and stress of dealing with and managing multiple sclerosis (MS) can often cause anxiety to develop, adding on another condition for MSers to manage.

The fear of relapsing often causes much anxiety, which then triggers a relapse, adding to your fear. It’s important to break this vicious cycle — but how?

Taking control over anxiety takes a multi-faceted approach, but it’s worth it to help relieve some of the pressure from your MS. There are things you can even do at home to help soothe your anxiety before it gets out of hand.

Have you tried any of these methods for coping with MS and anxiety? Which have you found helped you most?

Easing Anxiety

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NewLifeOutlook TeamNewLifeOutlook Team
Apr 26, 2016
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