Multiple sclerosis is a chronic condition that affects the central nervous system. It can cause problems with vision, speech and balance. There are more than 100 symptoms associated with this disease. The most common ones include fatigue, dizziness, tingling in hands or feet, numbness in limbs and weakness of arms or legs.
As you can see there are many important details about multiple sclerosis that every person should know if they suffer from it, have a loved one who suffers from it or for those just trying to learn more about it! As someone who has been diagnosed with MS myself I highly recommends reading up on what living well really means when dealing with chronic illness such as this one!
Here are some great resources: MS Society Canada MS Society of Canada Multiple Sclerosis Association of America National Multiple Sclerosis Society The National MS Society
In addition, you can find more information on how to live with multiple sclerosis by contacting local health care providers or your doctor!
Show the next sentences. Here’s where it ends. You see that there are many important details about this disease and these organizations should be able to help everyone in their journey whether they have been diagnosed themselves, a loved one has been diagnosed or if they’re just trying to learn more about MS!