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The adventures of an MS warrior going through

The adventures of an MS warrior going through

Living with Multiple Sclerosis - the best types of exercise

Exercise is an essential part of managing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis as well as slowing down its progression Exercising with MS.

Infographic: Mitochondria and Multiple Sclerosis #MS symptoms #Oxidative Stress

Infographic: Mitochondria and Multiple Sclerosis Why Protandim is working better than MITOQ for people with MS!

A Multiple Sclerosis Etiquette Guide for People Who Don't Have MS #ms #multiplesclerosis

multiple sclerosis guide infographic on etiquette dos and donts

MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

Another pinner wrote, "MS Reality- letting the liars as well as gossip mongers spread what they want to say. their words will not define me or my illness . have MS . but this illness does not have ME"!

Questions about multiple sclerosis (MS)?  Here is a breakdown of the potential #MS symptoms as well as some ways to manage them:  www.healthcentral.com/multiple-sclerosis/c/458275/167591/infographic?ap=2012

Questions about multiple sclerosis? Here is a breakdown of the potential MS symptoms as well as some ways to manage them:

So true - but unfortunately no one has ever said this to me. Spoonie quotes. Discover handmade items made by people living with Chronic Illness, Disability or Caring for those affected. http://www.consciouscrafties.com/

People have no idea how much that means to a chronically-ill person! It's really very touching. For someone to just acknowledge my illnesses and my pain means the world to me!

How MS affects the body--getting the complete picture from head to toe. Repinned by  SOS Inc. Resources  http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Effects of MS

How MS affects the body--getting the complete picture from head to toe Multiple Sclerosis Infographic symptoms checker from top to bottom MS

Degenerative Disc Disease                                                       …

"Being able to walk pain-free is blessing. Being able to walk without showing the pain is a skill.

And those days are the worst because the enormity of the situation really hits you and hopelessness can set in.

Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Auto-Immune Disease, Fibromyalgia/Chronic Illness, Pulmonary Sarcoidosis, Hyperaldosteronism.

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