With MS, symptoms and relapses may be different for everyone
Multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms can vary in type and severity from one person to the next. They can even change in the same person over time. It’s also important to know that there are things you can do early on in the disease that may help delay symptoms.
You can help manage MS symptoms with a healthy lifestyle
Early on in the disease, your brain can adapt to the damage that MS lesions can cause. This ability, called “neurological reserve,” doesn’t last forever: but you can help it last longer by making healthy lifestyle choices. These healthy choices are a key part of the MS MindShift initiative.
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