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How do you keep your brain fit when you have MS?

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Source MS Trust:

There is a lot of talk about brain health and how to keep your brain as healthy and fit as possible. But what does this really entail?

In this blog Helena from the MS Trust information and engagement team explores some ideas on how to improve your brain health...

Can pure cocoa reduce fatigue in people with Multiple Sclerosis - want to help find out?

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Source Oxford Brookes University

A healthy diet may be a simple, cost effective and safe therapy for improving symptoms experienced in people with MS (pwMS), and thus for increasing quality of life. There is currently no cure for fatigue yet it is one of the most debilitating of symptoms associated with MS.

Farewell to the Chalet

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Source Reading, Wokingham and Districts MS Society:

As you may know, the lease on our holiday chalet at the Hoburne Naish site near Bournemouth, runs out at the end of September and cannot be renewed.

MS treatments: life-changing, but hard to access

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Source The Guardian

Therapies for multiple sclerosis are becoming more effective. But an underfunded NHS is struggling to provide timely diagnosis and make the latest treatments widely available.

How to Improve MS Related Imbalance

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Source: Multiple Sclerosis News Today

One of the earliest symptoms that appeared before my multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis was imbalance. I remember turning my head to look at something and feeling slightly off-balance. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but that wobbly sensation...

6 of the Best Apps for Chronic Illness Management

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Source: Multiple Sclerosis Today

Managing a chronic illness can be difficult. There are many different medications to take (often at different times), appointments to remember, symptoms to keep track of, and lots of information to absorb. Thankfully, living in a digital age means that there are numerous mobile apps that can help you manage your chronic illness.

Kadeena Cox: I was a nobody two years ago - now people think I'm famous

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Source: The Telegraph

This time two years ago Kadeena Cox was, by her own admission, “a nobody”.

MS Society Hydrotherapy sessions at Royal Berkshire Hospital

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Source: Reading, Wokingham and Districts MS Society

Our friends at the Reading, Wokingham and Districts MS Society branch offer Hydrotherapy sessions at Royal Berkshire Hospital every Wednesday 5-6 p.m. & 6-7 p.m.

What the brain's wiring looks like

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Source: BBC

The world's most detailed scan of the brain's internal wiring has been produced by scientists at Cardiff University.

European licence recommended for Cladribine (Mavenclad)

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Source: MS Trust

The next step in the approval process is for the European Commission to grant a licence for cladribine, taking into consideration the EMA's recommendation. Cladribine will then have to be appraised by NICE and the SMC to determine availability in the UK.



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