Not often associated with MS, Restless Leg Syndrome is a very real multiple sclerosis complaint along with myoclonus or myoclonic jerk.
If you have problems falling asleep, you are not alone. Sleep disorders are surprisingly common, particularly amongst the MS community. RLS or restless leg syndrome could be the culprit.
Do you have cold, white fingertips? You may have Raynauds disease, an uncommon circulatory system condition where blood vessels narrow.
Raynaud’s causes some of the extremities, fingers and toes, to feel cold and numb. This is a reaction to low temperatures or stressful situations.
Research has shown that multiple sclerosis causes are a combination of genetic factors and environmental toxins and bad luck.
Multiple Sclerosis or MS is a progressive neurological disease that affects the Central Nervous System (CNS). So, what are the multiple sclerosis causes.
You are beating brain fog in multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis or a variety of other autimmune diseases. MS RA
If you suffer from brain fog, you need to set yourself a new challenge, because beating brain fog requires you to stimulate your brain.
When you start to investigate the early signs of multiple sclerosis you begin to remember the first symptoms of your own diagnosis.
I, personally, do not rank this as one of my early multiple sclerosis symptoms, because my first experience of MS was another of the common first symptoms.
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