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My Relationship Matters – Fighting Multiple Sclerosis

    I was married to my wife way back in 2001, and as far as our relationship was concerned, we already experienced tons of ups and downs that we somehow managed to deal with over the course of our marriage. I was pretty sure that my wife and I were on the same page […]

My Life With Multiple Sclerosis While In A Relationship

    “Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common disabling neurological disease in young adults. Most develop a pattern of on-again, off-again symptoms, but some have consistently mild symptoms and others have steadily worsening disability,” says psychologist Linda Wasmer Andrews. Having a potentially disabling condition of the brain and spinal cord is something that I […]

Multiple Sclerosis And My Married Life

    Dealing with a medical situation is something that puts me on a roller coaster of emotional and psychological stress. “When individuals are very stressed, particularly if they become anxious or depressed, their ability to think clearly and objectively may be affected. People can easily feel less capable or weaker than they truly are, […]

Can Multiple Sclerosis Destroy My Love Life?

    The emotional and physical connections between couples are essential towards a long-lasting relationship, and there is a more significant need for it when one or both of them have Multiple Sclerosis (MS). MS is “widely considered an autoimmune disorder, meaning that the immune system of an otherwise normal person is tricked into attacking […]

How My Wife’s Battle With Multiple Sclerosis Affected Me

MS is “widely considered an autoimmune disorder, meaning that the immune system of an otherwise normal person is tricked into attacking healthy parts of the body, MS causes damage in many areas of the nervous system. This leads to symptoms that are often different for different people. These include things as seemingly diverse as fatigue, […]

The Psychiatry In Coping With Multiple Sclerosis and Mood-Related Symptoms

“In the almost 2,000 patients surveyed, perception of their own health correlated most with pain – a symptom that has increasingly been recognized in MS, but is not even part of most standard MS measures of disability. The second most linked symptom with patients’ perception of their health was walking ability, followed then by fatigue.” […]

How To Cope With Multiple Sclerosis Through Therapy And Others

Multiple Sclerosis or MS is an autoimmune disorder that damages the nerves found in the brain and the spinal cord. It causes a wide variety of physical and mental symptoms in consideration of where the autoimmunity happens.  “MS causes damage in many areas of the nervous system. This leads to symptoms that are often different […]

Online Counseling: What You Need To Know About Multiple Sclerosis

Millions of people all over the world suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS), and there’s still a lot of information about it that we probably don’t know. People with multiple sclerosis somehow consider the help of a professional that can guarantee proper guidance or counseling. However, in terms of psychological support, it is believed that “Under […]

8 Unhealthy Habits To Ban From Your Life

     The typical reaction of millennials when they come across a 70- or 80-something individual who finishes a marathon or has unblemished skin is: “How can that happen at their age?” In truth, there is no secret formula for that. Such people are neither magicians nor drinkers from the fountain of youth. While some […]

How To Treat Multiple Sclerosis Without Drugs

  Having multiple sclerosis is not a walk in the park. As an autoimmune disease, the doctors cannot honestly pinpoint what causes the immune system – your body’s first line of defense – to turn against you. Some days you feel as healthy as an ox; other times you lose your vision, feel numb, have […]