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.
The Impact of Temperature on Multiple Sclerosis
WebMD explains how heat, humidity, and extreme cold can aggravate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis and Fatigue
According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 80% of people with MS have fatigue. Learn how to combat fatigue from MS.
Multiple Sclerosis Questions for Your Doctor
WebMD provides essential questions to ask your doctor after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Work and MS
Tips for people with MS on looking for a new job or staying with a current job.
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.
Romance and Multiple Sclerosis
People with MS can and do date, experience intimacy, and thrive in long-term relationships.
Work & Multiple Sclerosis
Experts describe strategies that help multiple sclerosis patients cope with symptoms of the disease.
Multiple Sclerosis: Questions to Ask Your Doctor
Questions to ask your doctor about multiple sclerosis.
MS Profile: A Young Mother's Story
Pregnancy seems to slow the advance of MS in some women.
Learning to live with MS
One woman struggles to overcome vision problems--one of the common early symptoms of MS.
Now That You're Diagnosed With MS
What self-education can do for you and your MS.
Things You Can Do to Feel Better With MS
Healthy lifestyle choices can help you manage your MS.
Slideshows & Images
Famous Faces of Multiple Sclerosis
You'd never guess from appearances that these 13 celebrities have MS -- or that they continue to do what they love for years after diagnosis.
Slideshow: Famous Faces of Multiple Sclerosis
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.
Looking and Feeling Good With MS
Get tips on looking and feeling good with MS.