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Are there tips for living an easier life with multiple sclerosis?

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Take advantage of easy lifestyle changes to ease your multiple sclerosis symptoms. Some keys to a smoother day: Improve your sleep habits, eat healthy food, and get smart with technology.

From: Tips for Living With MS WebMD Medical Reference

Sumowski, J.   June 2010. Neurology,

National MS Society: "Fatigue," "Food for Thought," "Nutrition," "Vitamins, Minerals & Herbs in MS," "Maintain Good Nutrition!" "Prepare Your Own Meals," "How to Choose the Mobility Device that is Right for You."

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America: "Cooling and Assistive Equipment."

Multiple Sclerosis International Foundation: "Fatigue."

Multiple Sclerosis Society: "Treating and Managing Fatigue."

Multiple Sclerosis Trust: "Heat sensitivity."

National Sclerosis Society UK: "Home Adaptations."

Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario on October 3, 2019

Sumowski, J.   June 2010. Neurology,

National MS Society: "Fatigue," "Food for Thought," "Nutrition," "Vitamins, Minerals & Herbs in MS," "Maintain Good Nutrition!" "Prepare Your Own Meals," "How to Choose the Mobility Device that is Right for You."

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America: "Cooling and Assistive Equipment."

Multiple Sclerosis International Foundation: "Fatigue."

Multiple Sclerosis Society: "Treating and Managing Fatigue."

Multiple Sclerosis Trust: "Heat sensitivity."

National Sclerosis Society UK: "Home Adaptations."

Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario on October 3, 2019

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