Health Tip: Living With Multiple Sclerosis
(HealthDay News) -- Although multiple sclerosis lasts a
lifetime, symptoms may come and go.
The American Academy of Family Physicians says it's important to
stay as healthy as possible, despite your illness. The academy
offers these suggestions:
- Stick to a healthy diet with nutritious foods that are low-fat
- With your doctor's approval, exercise regularly. Stretching is
an excellent way to manage stiffness and help improve
- Get plenty of sleep each night, and rest when you need it.
- Avoid extreme temperatures, especially extreme heat. Take care
when using hot tubs or saunas.
- Ask family, friends and other loved ones for support and
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