Getting Started

Start here to learn about pain, fatigue and mood in MS, how to manage your symptoms, and how to use this program.

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Goal Setting

Consider your personal values and goals to get the most out of this program. This step will help you make a plan and keep on track to effectively managing your MS symptoms.

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Though they may seem simple, relaxation skills are some of the most powerful and important tools to help you manage your MS symptoms. This step will help you find a relaxation strategy that works for you.

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Energy Managment

Doing too much on days when you feel good can cause spikes in your symptoms and long periods of recovery. This step will help you plan your activities so that you can live a full life while keeping your symptoms at a manageable level.

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Working with Thoughts

Our thoughts can both help and harm us. This step will help you learn how thoughts are related to symptoms and how to change your thinking patterns so that you can more effectively manage your symptoms.

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Managing Emotions

Health and emotions are closely linked. Dealing with daily life and your MS symptoms can be very stressful. This step will help you prevent and deal with strong emotions and stress.

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Poor sleep can result is worse symptoms. And, good sleep is a cornerstone of getting control of your symptoms. This step will help you understand the unique sleep problems that are common in MS and what to do to improve your sleep.

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Good communication is one key to health and quality of life. This step will give you tools to talk about your MS with others, ask for help, navigate the care-partner relationship, and organize your thoughts to communicate better.

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Being Active

Even thought people with MS used to be told not to exercise, we now know that exercise is important to managing symptoms of MS. This step will help you begin to incorporate more physical activity into your daily life, with an eye toward managing your MS symptoms.

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