Thursday, February 18, 2010

MS Tip: Reducing Scrambling Things From MS Brain Function Problems

MS tip for reducing MS brain scrambling:

I was travelling in a car today on a sunny day, as a passenger (someone else was driving) and I tried something as a curiosity to see if it could help to reduce the scrambling that I was having a problem today from the effects of Multiple Sclerosis scrambling my brain and what I tried worked!

Since it helped, I wanted to pass this MS tip on to you, since it doesn't require buying anything or taking supplements or prescription drugs for you to find relief.

It was a very sunny day and as we were travelling down the road, towards the sun, I found that if I put up the visor in the car and let the sun shine on my face as much as possible and enter my eyes (don't look directly at the sun, look from side to side and don't wear sunglasses) that this helped to greatly reduce the scrambling that was going on because of the MS brain function problems that I was experiencing today.

Most people, diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, have a problem being low in vitamin D levels and vitamin D has been found to have a protective quality in Multiple Sclerosis to help reduce the number of MS attacks and relapses by preventing them.

Most people with MS tend not to get enough sunlight exposure because of the problem people with Multiple Sclerosis have with over reacting to heat and because of the reduced ability to stand and walk because of the effects of Multiple Sclerosis attacks, which reduces our outdoor activities more most of the time.

Since I found something that helped me to find relief to the MS brain function problems with scrambling things or with dyslexia, I wanted to pass this MS tip on to help you too.

Have a great day!


MS Brain: Have You Found Yourself Scrambled Because of Multiple Sclerosis?

MS Brain function can be affected by Multiple Sclerosis attacking the brain, resulting in lesions or scarring in the brain. Scrambling words, numbers or concepts can be one of the many problems that can result in many cases of Multiple Sclerosis.

When this happens, this can make it difficult to write, form sentences when you talk or cause everything to be so jumbled up that it can be difficult to carry on a conversation with anyone or understand what other people are saying to you. This is often called dyslexia.

As with most cases of Multiple Sclerosis, we tend to have "good" days and "bad" days. With my case of Multiple Sclerosis, the days that I tend to scramble things or that the dyslexia goes crazy tends to come and go.

Although today is a scrambled day for me, sometimes in spite of the scrambling of my
MS brain, I am still able to write some (go figure, since this makes no sense at all). makes a little sense, since the degree of scrambling from the Multiple Sclerosis can be much worse some days so much more than on other days. Some days when the scrambling becomes much worse, I can't do much of anything on those days, except wait until the problem with scrambling everything calms down.

Do you find that with your symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis that you tend to have problems with scrambling words, numbers, concepts or whatever?

What do you do when this happens to you?

I'd really like to know -- please leave me your comments to help me out here, since this is not an easy thing to deal with because of the effects of Multiple Sclerosis.

I look forward to your comments!


Monday, February 15, 2010

MS Disability: Dealing with Electrical Power Outages with Multiple Sclerosis

Having a MS disability is difficult enough to deal with, but what can help when the power goes out and no electricity is available to help you to function for a period of time?

What do you do then, to help you to function?

Click on the link to read more -- MS disability without electrical power.