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Being diagnosed with MS is hard enough, let alone understanding all the words surrounding it. Use our chart to define and decode lingo patients often use to better understand your MS.

ᘻยℓէᎥƥℓҽ ᏕƈℓҽґσʂᎥʂ ~ Being diagnosed with MS is hard enough, let alone understanding all the words surrounding it. Use our chart to define and decode lingo patients often use to better understand your MS.

At Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis we are committed to improving the lives of people with MS by providing lifestyle, diet and health related advice.

At Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS) we are committed to improving the lives of people with MS through a scientific diet and lifestyle recovery program.

Chorizo Breakfast Skillet - Paleo and Whole 30 - The Bettered Blondie #paleo #whole30 #glutenfree

Chorizo Breakfast Skillet - Paleo and Whole 30 - The Bettered Blondie #paleo #whole30 #glutenfree

New Post: Balance, Sensory Stimulation Exercises Can Improve MS Symptoms, BEEMS Program Shows https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/2018/02/06/ms-symptoms-improved-beems-balance-sensory-stimulation-exercises-university-colorado-study-shows?utm_content=buffer2431e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

New Post: Balance, Sensory Stimulation Exercises Can Improve MS Symptoms, BEEMS Program Shows https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/2018/02/06/ms-symptoms-improved-beems-balance-sensory-stimulation-exercises-university-colorado-study-shows?utm_content=buffer2431e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Multiple Sclerosis: Sudden changes in temperature (especially heat), or humidity can cause legs to collapse with weakness; double vision or temporary blindness; sharp pains in feet or hands; extreme weakness and fatigue...need I go on?

Even the slightest temperature change can release symptoms! Keep your core temp as stable as possible. Know and understand your limits.

MS and Fatigue. Most people with MS experience fatigue – not the tiredness that people complain about after a late night or a long day at work, but bone-crushing weariness that makes you doubt whether you can continue to function for even an hour more, much less until the end of the day. For me, fatigue is often accompanied by nausea and a headache, plus worsening of sensory symptoms, such as tingling feet and MS hug. Diminshing cognitive function just adds to the frustration.

Fatigue brings with it hugs. Oh, The MS Hug. When a hug is not a hug. And the lead legs. Oh, the fatigue aches, when you sit and put your legs up and go ahhhhh only to still be in achy break town :/