Category Archives: neurology

5 ways to stave off colds this winter – number 3

Number 3 in our list is exercise… Experts advise you not to exercise if you’re feeling under the weather, but when it comes to staving off colds exercise can act as a preventative. Exercise can improve cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, … Continue reading

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5 ways to stave off colds this winter – number 2

Number 2 in our list is vitamins… Although there is no definitive evidence to say vitamin supplements help MS symptoms, their use is not contraindicated unless you take them in excess. Here’s a list of some immune boosting supplements and … Continue reading

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5 ways to stave off colds this winter

As the cold nights draw in and the scarves and hats come out of the cupboard, we’ll be looking at ways to stave off colds this winter. Over the next few days we’ll be looking at a different thing you … Continue reading

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Guest blog: When will I ever learn?

In her latest blog Jo ponders the delayed effects on multiple sclerosis (MS) after exertion and asks if she will ever learn… So, I’ve written before about the delayed effects on MS after exertion, but the other thing is the effect … Continue reading

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MS in the news

Not everyone has time to visit the news section on the MS-UK website every day (its ok, we forgive you), so here’s a summary of some of the latest developments in MS.  I’ve got a gut feeling Recently there has … Continue reading

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Guest blog: How it all started

In her second guest blog, Joanne, tells us how her multiple sclerosis (MS) started and how it is being a Mummy with MS… It all started with eyeliner. I was trying to put some on before going to work. I … Continue reading

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Guest blog: The Outlaw Triathlon for MS-UK

In this guest blog Kim Mangelshot tells us why she undertook the Outlaw Triathlon for MS-UK… As I walked around the village with a friend, our doggies, and my hubby today I noticed a gorgeous blue sky.  Two years ago, on the … Continue reading

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