Problem-solving and memory are just two of many ways multiple sclerosis can impact your brain.
Take an inside look at how this chronic neurological disease affects your brain.
“We have over 20 therapies for MS,” says Mitzi Joi Williams, MD, and almost every year, new ones come out. Should you try the latest therapy?
Tips on how to discuss brain changes with family and how they can help you.
Cloudy thinking and memory problems often come as side effects of multiple sclerosis. Learn more about how to manage these symptoms.
Here’s how to spot the signs and what to do to feel better.
Follow along as our instructor demonstrates an MS-friendly yoga session complete with pose variations and a few common props like a chair.
Seated or standing, you can mirror these gentle tai chi moves to practice mindfulness, stretch muscles, and improve balance.
By focusing on your breath and releasing the tension in your body, you can find comfort, peace, and even pain relief for your MS.
Work these simple practices into your routine to lift your mood when you have MS.
Flares or relapses of multiple sclerosis cause inflammation in the brain and spinal cord, but doctors have several treatments to ease symptoms.
Learn how MS can affect your mental health.
Learn more about deep brain stimulation.
An expert offers ways to manage thinking-related problems tied to MS.
Talk therapy can help ease MS symptoms.
A specialist explains the three tiers of treatment for multiple sclerosis and possible side effects.
Disease-modifying therapies for multiple sclerosis try to fight inflammation and damage. See how the meds work on your cells.
The mind, body, and spirit are just as important.
Here's what’s safe and what to look out for when it comes to multiple sclerosis and alcohol.