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Friday, March 10, 2017

How to Manage Stress With Multiple Sclerosis


                                                                  
  
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When you have a long-term illness like multiple sclerosis, you may have moments when you get stressed out. There are many ways to keep those feelings under control, including relaxation methods and exercise.
To help manage your emotions, it helps to learn the warning signs that stress is headed your way.

How to Know Stress Is About to Hit

Your body sends out physical, emotional, and behavioral warning signs of stress:
Some of the emotional signals you may notice are that you:
  • Get angry
  • Find it hard to concentrate
  • Feel worried
  • Become sad
  • Have frequent mood swings
Physical warning signs include:    Read More

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