Multiple Sclerosis - Walking Problems - Treatment
1.) Multiple Sclerosis MS is an autoimmune disease that affects both the brain and an individuals spinal cord (central nervous system, CNS). ... read more
Death And Multiple Sclerosis - How Long MS Patients Live And How The Disease Affects Life Expectancy
When you or a loved one are diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, it can be very frightening, and most people cannot help but wonder if the disease is ... read more
Cooking With MS - Tips On Improving Symptoms Through Healthy Meal Preparation And Better Eating
The types of food greatly affect the severity and frequency of Multiple Sclerosis symptoms. It is ideal to be able to eat as healthily as possible, ... read more
Speech Therapy for the Patient With Multiple Sclerosis
Individuals with multiple sclerosis typically benefit from speech therapy throughout the progression of their disease for a variety of different re ... read more
Memory Loss and MS - 3 Helpful Tricks For Avoiding Short Term Memory Loss With Multiple Sclerosis
One of the many, common symptoms associated with Multiple Sclerosis is short term memory loss. While usually not completely debilitating, life can ... read more
Multiple Sclerosis and Numbness
The most common symptoms associated with Multiple Sclerosis are numbness and tingling, and many refer to these inconvenient and often crippling sym ... read more
How To Identify Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
If you have a history of Multiple Sclerosis in the family, you are more susceptible to developing this debilitating condition. While there is no kn ... read more
What Is The Difference Between Multiple Sclerosis And CCSVI?
While Multiple Sclerosis and CCSVI are two separate conditions, it is very easy to become confused between the two. In essence, they occur within t ... read more
What Are The CCSVI Symptoms?
Those who have a history of Multiple Sclerosis or CCSVI in the family might wonder what kind of symptoms to look out for when avoiding the disease ... read more
What Causes Multiple Sclerosis?
Those who have become victims of Multiple Sclerosis, either directly or through the suffering of a close friend or family member with the disease, ... read more
What Is Liberation Treatment For Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple sclerosis is a currently incurable, yet treatable, disease. Not much has been researched about the condition until recent years, when Ital ... read more
Foot Drop Due to Multiple Sclerosis (MS) - Treatment Options - The WalkAide and AFOs
Do you suffer from foot drop that was caused by Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? 1.) Introduction This article will touch upon predicted outc ... read more
Latest Update on Venous Angioplasty for MS Treatment
As hypothesized by Paulo Zamboni, CCSVI is a condition strongly associated with Multiple Sclerosis. In this, there is an abnormal blood flow in the ... read more
Multiple Sclerosis - How Can MS Affect The Body?
Multiple sclerosis is a progressive, debilitating disease. It is an unpredictable disease of the nervous system that disrupts communication between ... read more
MS and Fatigue
MS fatigue is considered by most of us (MSers) to be the worst part of living with this chronic illness. It is estimated that anywhere from ... read more