An MS Hug is caused by spasm in the intercostal muscles ofthe rib cage. It is commonly known as Banding or Girdling and can persist for days.
An MS Hug is not a cosy cuddle by the fire. An MS Hug is the name given to a tight constriction across the chest.
I did not associate hearing loss with multiple sclerosis but, it is a real, albeit quite rare, MS symptom caused by a lesion in the brain stem
Fewer than 6% of MSers list a hearing deficit among their MS symptoms but, a neurological condition like multiple sclerosis can cause many physical symptoms.
Why is Chronic Fatigue in MS such a debilitating symptom of Multiple Sclerosis? It has a lot to do with dysfunctional mitochondria in cells.
This chronic fatigue is not just being physically tired, it is also being emotionally tired and cognitively tired.
When I began researching possible MS treatments, I came across colloidal gold as being very beneficial for mitochondria which reallly caught my attention.
Gold has been revered by countless generations and civilisations. So, there must be some health benefits for me to assess.
Do you know how to fight MS by modifying your diet and improvong your knowledge of multiple sclerosis and how it depends on your mitochondria.
There are many things you can do to improve your prognosis with multiple sclerosis or any other autoimmune condition.
How to cope with a recent diagnosis of multiple sclerosis or any chronic illness. Coping techniques to develop a healing mindset for your recovery.
Learning to thrive with your limited abilities is challenging but very rewarding when you find your life balance.
In RRMS or Relapse/Remitting MS An MS Relapse or flare is perios of increased disease activity where existing symptoms worsen or new symptomes appear.
But, there are steps you can take to reduce the frequency and severity of these MS Flares. Some treatments are more experimental than others.
Autoimmune disease often causes debilitating mobility problems. But, you can challenge chronic illness with a positive mindset and an MS Warrior attitude.
You wouldn’t be the person you are today without the challenges you have faced. Look for the blessing in every challenge.
Can Optimism and Happiness be good for your health? I belive that an optimistic attitude is a vital tool in your MS Warrior toolkit.
There is a great deal of evidence supporting the need for a positive mindset when you are battling with a chronic illness.
This post began on brain fog, but the onset of cognitive impairement required a closer look at brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis.
If my brain was working better, I would know where to start. But, brain shrinkage does limit your logical thinking ability.