Posted and filed under Health Awareness, Multiple Sclerosis.
Foods MS Patients Should Discuss with Their Doctors

5 Foods Multiple Sclerosis Patients Should Discuss With Their Doctors

The complex interplay between nutrition and health is still being researched by experts. In many cases, there are already established links between certain foods and undesirable health outcomes. For example, recent dietary guidelines recommend limiting added sugars to 10% of your daily calories or less, as they’re associated with an increased risk of heart disease….

Read the full article

Posted and filed under Health Awareness, Multiple Sclerosis.
3 Invisible Symptoms of MS Coping Options

3 Invisible Symptoms of MS Coping Options

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic condition in which the body’s immune system directs itself against the central nervous system (CNS). Most often, this impacts the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. The symptoms of this condition can vary widely, with some people experience mild effects and others struggling to complete daily tasks. Frustratingly, many…

Read the full article

Posted and filed under ALS, Health Awareness, Multiple Sclerosis.
ALS vs MS How Are Their Symptoms Different

ALS vs MS: How Are Their Symptoms Different?

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) and multiple sclerosis (MS) are similar in that they are both neurodegenerative disorders which impact the brain and central nervous system. Neither condition has a known cure, and both affect the muscles and nerves. Yet, the conditions have distinct differences, particularly in terms of their…

Read the full article

Posted and filed under Multiple Sclerosis.
What is Foot Drop?

What is Foot Drop?

Foot drop, also commonly referred to as drop foot, is a condition in which the muscles that lift the foot become weak or paralyzed. As a result, the foot may drag while walking. Foot drop isn’t a disease in itself; instead, it can develop as a result of preexisting medical conditions. Learn more about what…

Read the full article

Posted and filed under Health Awareness, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Studies.