Multiple Sclerosis: By the Numbers
- by Teva's Lift MS® Team
- March 13, 2017
Getting involved during MS Awareness Month — or at any time, really — can be as easy as sharing information to spread awareness. To raise awareness, we’ve pulled together a few facts to help you educate others about multiple sclerosis. We’ll also be posting educational nuggets on the Lift MS® Facebook page throughout the month, which you can share with your friends and family to help spread awareness of the disease. You can also find a few other tips on how to get involved with the MS community in our MS Awareness Month blog post.
If you’re interested in learning more about relapsing multiple sclerosis, check out this quiz.
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Dempsey | March 24, 2017What are the symptoms?
Teva's Lift MS® Team | March 27, 2017Great question, Dempsey! There are many symptoms of relapsing MS, such as dizziness and blurred vision. You can see a full list at https://www.copaxone.com/about-relapsing-ms/relapsing-multiple-sclerosis-symptoms or by asking your doctor. We hope this helps, and, as always, please contact your doctor if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.
Gayla | March 30, 2017Yes it was very helpful. I was diagnosed two years ago with MS. I went into anger mood from day one. Now I am at the I will control MS and it won't control me. I am at the gym five days a week I was before I was diagnose and I still am. I just started weight training and I have also started riding the stationary bike 5-10miles daily. I wanted to go outside the box and so far it's working.
Teva's Lift MS® Team | March 31, 2017Finding an activity you enjoy can make all the difference, Gayla! Be sure to consult a healthcare professional before starting any exercise program.
Cheri | April 01, 2017It's been suggested that I get tested for MS and I have no idea where to begin.
Teva's Lift MS® Team | April 03, 2017Hi Cheri, if you are experiencing symptoms, we suggest you reach out to your health care team for support. Best wishes to you!
Melissa | April 23, 2017Very informative