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Your doctor has four goals when treating your MS: modify the course of the disease, treat flare-ups, control symptoms, and improve physical function.

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Managing Stress With MS

Many people with MS believe that stress negatively affects their disease and can make symptoms worse. 
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The ABCs of Pain Management for MS

When your pain is well managed, you’ll feel more upbeat and ready to take on other challenges. 
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Music Therapy for MS

Music has been shown to make a difference in the lives and well-being of people with MS.

At Your Appointment

What to Ask Your Doctor About MS

After Your Diagnosis

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How Can Occupational Therapy Help MS?

Occupational therapists can help people with MS perform daily activities like cooking or getting dressed.

Everyday Living with MS

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MS and Your Sex Life

Multiple sclerosis can affect many areas of your life, including your intimacy.

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Relief for MS Spasticity

Many people with MS experience stiffness, especially in the back or legs.
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Understanding the Emotional Toll of MS

The sometimes erratic symptoms affect your ability to function at home and work.
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Managing MS Challenges in the Workplace

Many people with MS go on to work successfully long term. 
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Boosting Energy When You Have MS

Have MS and need an energy boost? There are ways to save energy and fight back against fatigue.

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