Saturday, August 1, 2009

Multiple Sclerosis Season Changes: How do season changes affect MS?

How can Multiple Sclerosis season changes affect those who have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis? Season changes include Spring and Fall, when the outdoor temperature, and other weather becomes so much more unstable, so that it fluctuates much more between day time and night time temperatures. Season changes can have a huge impact on those with Multiple Sclerosis because of a few different reasons.

Season Changes can contribute to making Multiple Sclerosis symptoms much worse, as well as, trigger or aggravate MS exacerbations and ms relapses. During season changes, those of us with Multiple Sclerosis can have much more problems with ms fatigue, more problems with getting more intense infections more often, have problems with getting rid of each infection, or have problems with more exacerbations and relapses of our Multiple Sclerosis symptoms.

Click on the link to read more -- multiple sclerosis season changes.

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