Because many MS patients need to take medications in tablet form, the swallowing function becomes very important to get right.
If you have multiple sclerosis (MS) and have swallowing problems, you’re not alone. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Up to 80% of people with MS will experience a change in swallowing ability.
I can only speak for myself when I say I hadn’t made the connection between multiple sclerosis (MS) and headaches but, I then researched it.
Headaches are a common symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS). In fact, research has shown that over 80% of people with MS experience headaches. But how do you know if your MS and headaches are connected? Here’s what to look for.
The DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) Diet could be the answer to avoiding many health problems, especially cardiac arrest.
If you’re looking to improve your health, lose weight, and reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke as part of a healthy diet, it’s important to make sure that the foods you eat are high in nutrients but low in salt.
When you are first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis you prepare yourself for the mobility isses but, not for the Cognitive Decline.
Cognitive function is about the ability to use memory, reasoning, attention, and language. It not only plays a role in the ability to learn new things. But also helps us remember information that was previously learned.