March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, so I’m going to focus my blog posts for this month on MS.
If you want to get caught up here is what you missed this week.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body.
I am a big believer that our symptoms for our autoimmune disorders can be relieved by our diet. There isn’t a specific diet that is recommended for Multiple Sclerosis, but there are foods the experts say you should eat and other foods you should avoid.
Autoimmune disorders come with a wide range of inflammation and flares. Multiple Sclerosis is no different.
I wrote a blog post recently about the five steps to take after you have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder, and the first step is to learn all you can about your illness. I have listed the top ten books about Multiple Sclerosis that can be a great resource for you.
We all need a little show of support now and then. I was looking for ways to support someone who is living with MS and I found these cute items.
You have been diagnosed with MS and you are currently working. You may have questions that concern your ability to work. You may be thinking:
- What will I do next?
- Do I keep working?
- Will I seek other employment?
- Is MS going to interfere with my ability to continue at my current position?
I love to read books or to listen to audio books that are about people who are living with the same autoimmune disorders I have. I don’t have MS. I have four other autoimmune disorders. However, I am interested in these books from the people who are living with Multiple Sclerosis.