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How can I lead a healthy lifestyle with a husband who has ms?

How can I lead a healthy lifestyle with a husband who has ms?

Yes you can: If you mean a healthy lifestyle with sufficient sleep, regular exercise and stretching, a healthy diet / vit D, social interactions- yes - in fact, this is recommended for everyone. MS should not interfere with any of these lifestyle choices. ...Read more

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Recent diagnosis of mild ms. Dr talking about meds and lifestyle changes (e.G, yoga, exercise, eating, etc...) any suggestions or info to share to help me?

Recent diagnosis of mild ms. Dr talking about meds and lifestyle changes (e.G, yoga, exercise, eating, etc...) any suggestions or info to share to help me?

Start a DMT: A diagnosis of ms is not to be trivialized. It may seem mild now, but you can worsen rapidly if not treated properly. It is virtually impossible to predict benign ms, and, at this stage, the sooner treatment begins, the better the ultimate outcome. Exercise, low fat diet, and stress management all help. You should take extra vitamin d and start potent meds. ...Read more

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Hi, I was diagnosed with MS in Feb, 2015. I want to know what lifestyle changes should i adopt. How much Vitamin D and fish oil should i take on a daily basis? Which exercises can i do other than yoga ? Will too much exercise flare up my symptoms?

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I was diagnosed with MS in Feb, 2015. I want to know what lifestyle changes should i adopt. How much Vitamin D and fish oil should i take on a daily basis? Which exercises can i do other than yoga ? Will too much exercise flare up my symptoms?

Lifestyle changes: can be a big help in dealing w/any health issue. You need changes tailored to your situation. Vitamin D and Marine Fish Oil sound good but please see a nutritionist or nutritionally oriented physician first. drhoffman.com will give you some info. Also, a personal trainer or yoga teacher can get you started on a good exercise plan. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Does weed affect people with ms?

Does weed affect people with ms?

Caution: Multiple long term studies have shown permanent effects on motivation and cognitive processing speed from using marijuana regularly. These are also problems which often arise from MS. So...it would likely set you up for more cognitive problems in the long run. ...Read more

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Aunt with MS should I get tested?

Aunt with MS should I get tested?

Remote risk: Ms is not a true genetic disorder, and really expresses genetic susceptibility, not destiny. The actual statistical risk with your aunt's situation is truly close to nil regarding you. Unless you have experienced neurological issues, such as numbness, loss of vision, incoordination, weakness, you are likely not in need of any testing. Since you seem worried, discuss all of this with your doctor. ...Read more

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How does medications help cure MS ?

It doesn't: Treatments for MS don't cure it; they just slow down its progression. ...Read more

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How can people deal with having ms?

How can people deal with having ms?

Treatment: A potent medication such as Gilenya or Tysabri (natalizumab) is needed, and a good neurologist should be available to work with you. Each patient is very different and needs an individual approach. ...Read more

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What does MS do to the physical body?

What does MS do to the physical body?

See below: An inflammatory attack on the coverings of nerves in the brain and spinal cord can cause loss of vision, weakness or paralysis, bowel or bladder dysfnctn, numbness or tingling, dizziness or imbalance, fatigue, cognitive and emotional problems, and eventual disability. However, in this day and age, we can treat and control this malady. ...Read more

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What medications can be use to treat ms?

See below: Medications which impact the inflammatory activity of the disease are often called "disease modifying therapies". These are medications for the long haul, to reduce the impact and frequency of relapses, and slow brain volume loss. Other classes of medications target symptoms due to MS (such as steroids) but do not alter the course of the disease itself. ...Read more

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