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Physical Activity Physical Activity

MS and Exercise a Literature Review

Given the high likelihood for disability and decreased neurological function, there have been concerns about the role of exercise in people with MS with a fear of increased injury. This article looks at recent articles evaluating the role of exercise in MS and can hopefully be used to guide decision making about the role of exercise in people living with MS.

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Fatigue Fatigue

Fatigue Sleep Quality and Disability in Relation to Quality of Life in Multiple Sclerosis

MS-associated fatigue and poor sleep are common and treatable features of MS that affect quality of life. This article assesses the association between fatigue, sleep quality, and QOL in people with MS.

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Emotional Health Emotional Health

Loneliness in Multiple Sclerosis

This article examines the prevalence and possible correlates of loneliness in multiple sclerosis.

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Pain Pain

Interdisciplinary Treatment

The physical pain described by people with MS is often widespread, chronic, and debilitating. The objective of this study was to examine the efficacy of an interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program in a multiple sclerosis population by evaluating changes in mood, pain, and functioning.

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Cognitive Changes Cognitive Changes

Perceived Cognitive Deficits

The most common cognitive deficits reported by those with MSinclude difficultieswith learning and recalling new information, attention, processing speed, and verbal fluency. This study describes the nature and diversity of perceived cognitive deficits.

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Switching or Discontinuing Disease-Modifying Therapies for MS
Comprehensive MS Care Comprehensive MS Care

Switching or Discontinuing Disease-Modifying Therapies for MS

This article reviews the reasons for discontinuation or switching of multiple sclerosis disease-modifying therapy.

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Cognitive Changes
Cognitive Changes

The Influence of Cognition Impairment on the Fitness-Cognition Relationship in Multiple Sclerosis

Cognitive processing speed impairment (PSI) is common and debilitating in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS). Exercise training has been proposed as a behavioral approach for possibly managing MS-related processing speed dysfunction.

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