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Living with multiple sclerosis

Living with multiple sclerosis? Along with proper treatment—see how natural changes like diet and exercise may leave you feeling healthier and stronger.


Whether you've been recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or have been living with MS for a while, finding ways to live the lifestyle you want as you manage your symptoms can seem overwhelming at times.

So, we've gathered some important resources that'll help you live life to the fullest with multiple sclerosis.

See how (in addition to getting proper treatment) something as simple as a healthy diet can help improve your quality of life by managing your symptoms and preventing other health issues from getting in the way.

You'll also learn information about supplements, as well as the types of food and drinks to keep off of your grocery list.

What about exercise? We've got some information on how to stay active and how it can keep you feeling healthy and strong.

As always, if you've been diagnosed with MS, talk with your healthcare provider (HCP) before making any changes to your diet or exercise routine.

By working together, you can get on the safest and quickest path to a healthier life.

Diet, nutrition and multiple sclerosis

Man with multiple sclerosis chopping vegetables and cooking them in a pan on the stove.

While there is no specific MS diet, healthy eating can help you manage some MS symptoms and ward off other potential illnesses. Learn the facts about how to eat right, as well the foods to avoid, and the importance of getting the right amount of vitamins and nutrients.

Exercise and multiple sclerosis

If you have MS, the thought of exercising some days can seem overwhelming. But a healthy fitness routine can keep you feeling physically and mentally stronger. We'll give you some tips for staying on-the-go, without overdoing it. Of course, before starting any exercise program, speak with your HCP about how to stay active safely.

Lifestyle strategies for multiple sclerosis

Woman with multiple sclerosis working on a laptop in the office.

Living with MS can mean listening to your body more. That means staying hydrated, getting enough sleep, avoiding heat, eating well and maybe even keeping a journal. See how these tips and a few other strategies can help you live life to the fullest.

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