Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that has both physical and emotional symptoms. Emotional symptoms such as stress, anxiety, worry, fear, frustration, and depression are common, and can be both a reaction to the disease and a symptom of the disease. Additional reasons why an individual with MS may have neuropsychiatric symptoms include the MS disease course, a reaction to a disease-modifying therapy, or a biologically mediated reaction / pathophysiology. This article addresses five ways to deal with emotional stress. To read this article in its entirely start on page 26 at http://msfocusmagazine.org
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