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9 Surprising Things That Help With MS

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Middle age woman outside with her dog.
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Man using an exercise strap to stretch his legs in the morning.
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A tool to help with morning exercise


Jar opening device.
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An easy device for opening stubborn jars


Calm woman at the sea.
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A patient and positive attitude goes a long way


Couple meeting with a financial advisor.
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A financial planner can assist


Man cuddling with his french bulldog.
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Animals and pets can help us through dark days


Cutting an avocado.
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A healthy diet can help with MS


Spinning class
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Physical activity and exercise is key to feeling better


Support group.
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Community engagement shows you’re not alone with MS


Man looking out at scenic mountain range.
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A change of scenery can work wonders


Lisa Emrich

Lisa Emrich

@LisaEmrich

Living with multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid Arthritis, Lisa Emrich is an award-winning, passionate patient advocate, health writer, classical musician, and backroad cyclist. Her stories inspire others to live better and stay active. Lisa is author of the blog Brass and Ivory: Life with MS and RA and founder of the Carnival of MS Bloggers. Lisa frequently works with organizations in support of better policies, patient-centered research, and research funding.

Lisa serves on HealthCentral’s Health Advocates Advisory Board, and is a Social Ambassador for the MSHealthCentral Facebook page.