MS and the Neurological System
I think it’s safe to say MS is a very complicated, unpredictable disease. Each and every one of us will be affected differently and at varying levels. Some chose to make decisions to manage their MS, others not. While I don’t always understand the direction one takes, I’ve learned to respect their decision and do what I can, pray. I never want anyone to experience significant lesion load like me. I strived to find a good DMD my body would respond to. Hence, slowing the process of my MS and halting new lesion development. I was always fully aware of the potential trouble these lesions could mean down the line.
By now you know I feel extremely blessed with an effective DMD, Rebif, and a good tool for my balance issues, BalanceWear Vest. While catching up on WordPress Reader, I read a wonderful post on BalanceWear: Stabilizing your Body, MS and the Neurological System (https://balancewear.wordpress.com/2015/01/07/ms-and-the-neurological-system/). This article is written by a MSer who happens to be a MS RN. Her candor, humor and clear description of MS was refreshing and well worth the read. Check it out and let me know if you agree!
Knowledge is indeed power providing tools so we, as patients, can make good, educated decisions for ourselves to be optimal and the very best we can be! Advocacy, it’s a beautiful thing!
Stay warm! Spring will be here before you know it! 🙂
“Count Your Blessings”