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Are you getting quality sleep? - Momentum Magazine Online

From momentummagazineonline.com

by Maureen Salamon Lisa Dasis still isn't sure which came first: her multiple sclerosis, which was diagnosed in 2004, or the sleep disorder known as restless leg syndrome (RLS), which caused the Jackson, Tennessee, resident's legs to alternately feel "creepy-crawly" or red-hot as she lay in bed at night.

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New Drug Shows Promise for Treating Multiple Sclerosis

From healthline.com

The results of two recent studies of ocrelizumab show the drug holds significant promise for those with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS). The findings in the clinical trials, conducted by the Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche, highlighted the drug's ability to significantly reduce relapses compared to standard therapy.

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MS and Me: A Life Bisected, and Dissected - Part One - MultipleSclerosis.net

From multiplesclerosis.net

Multiple Sclerosis has quite obviously had its way with me physically, and it keeps hammering away, day in and day out. But it's also had effects on me that aren't as immediately apparent, effects both psychological and philosophical, that have led me to reevaluate some core values and the way…

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How Do Hangovers Work?

From about.com

Drinking too much alcohol can lead to alcohol hangover. Learn about alcohol hangover symptoms and how to prevent hangover.

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Living With MS: Meredith Vieira on Her Husband's Struggle

From lifescript.com

On the "Today" show, host Meredith Vieira helps millions start the day with her good-humored style. At home, she's care taking for her husband, who battles multiple sclerosis. In this Lifescript exclusive, Vieira shares why they kept his illness private for many years. Plus, an expert explains why many with…

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A New Approach to Treating MS Patients

From autonomicspecialists.com

As MS patients are all too well aware, multiple sclerosis can cause a wide range of symptoms, from weakness and numbness to visual changes. But most MS patients don't realize that they are very likely to have another condition known as autonomic dysfunction, or dysautonomia, and that it is

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Caregiver Perspective: Screaming on the Inside - MultipleSclerosis.net

From multiplesclerosis.net

Please do not read this if you are not a caregiver. I do not want to cause anyone with MS to feel guilt or pain because you cannot help having this horrible, horrible condition if you have secondary or primary progressive MS. If you don't have this type of MS…

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How Technology Is Helping Patients Improve Their Walking, Balance And Sense of Well-Being - MultipleSclerosis.net

From multiplesclerosis.net

When my friends tell me they love breaking a sweat while working out I tell them that breaking a sweat means I'm having another hot flash. I've never been good about sticking to any exercise program, and after being diagnosed with MS at 26 and becoming a mother at 3…

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Multiple Sclerosis|Restorative Therapies

From restorative-therapies.com

Over 1,400 people with MS using Restorative Therapies' systems to overcome muscle atrophy, reduce spasms and increase range of motion. Restorative Therapies systems have been accessed by over 1,490 people with MS in over 200 clinical locations and at home across the world. These individuals have cycled the equivalent of…

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How Positive Thinking Helps With MS Symptoms

From lifescript.com

MS symptoms sneak up on patients, so they're often dismissed. A numb hand? Slept on it funny. Double vision? Must be fatigue. A South Carolina woman shares her moving story of dealing with the highs and lows of multiple sclerosis… Imagine opening your eyes one morning and seeing double.

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