Living With Multiple Sclerosis Directory
Dealing with your normal daily activities while simultaneously managing pain, fatigue, and weakness from MS can be overwhelming. There are things you can do to improve your life, however. Modifying your home can help you accomplish tasks more easily, and assistive devices may help your mobility. Other things like getting more active, getting proper healthcare, and being around others like you may help too. Get more ideas for better living with MS.
Living with Multiple Sclerosis
WebMD helps you to stay positive while coping with the emotional stress and physical challenges of living with multiple sclerosis.
Tips for Living With MS
WebMD has tips to help you live better with multiple sclerosis, including suggestions for diet, sleep, and exercise.
Bowel Problems Linked to Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis can cause bowel problems. Find out why and what can be done about it.
The Impact of Temperature on Multiple Sclerosis
WebMD explains how heat, humidity, and extreme cold can aggravate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Modifying Your Home When You Have MS
If you have multiple sclerosis, you may need to make changes to your home to make it more comfortable and accessible.
How to Find Support for Multiple Sclerosis
When you're living with MS, a strong support network can make a huge difference. It can help you find answers, get encouragement, and make connections. Learn how to get the backing you need.
Multiple Sclerosis: Travel Planning
Tips for planning a vacation when you have MS.
Tools to Help You Get Around More Easily
Ideas for tools that can help you stay mobile when you have MS.
Slideshows & Images
Make an MS-Friendly Home
Being at home with your MS means creating a space that's comfy, cozy, and works for you. This slideshow shows you how.
Plan Outdoor Adventures With MS
Don’t give up your favorite outdoor activities because of MS. The right tools and a little planning can keep you going.
Looking and Feeling Good With MS
Get tips on looking and feeling good with MS.
MS and Your Brain -- Ways to Stay Sharp
When MS causes problems with thinking and memory, use these tricks to keep yourself on task and on time.