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Past articles by Trevis:

Migraine Is a Common MS Comorbidity, Study Confirms

A study confirms that migraine-type headache is common in people with MS, but other types of headache may be linked with MS, too. → Read More

MS Fatigue and Balance Issues? Get in the Pool!

Research shows that aquatic therapy can help with two major MS symptoms. → Read More

If I Didn't Laugh

Sometimes laughing in the face of frustration is the only way to keep from crying. → Read More

A Tale of Two Studies

A study on the cognitive risks linked to ultra-processed foods isn’t directly related to one on MS diagnostic improvements, but indirectly, maybe it is. → Read More

The Biggest MS News of 2022

New evidence linking the Epstein-Barr virus to MS got doctors and patients alike excited in 2022. → Read More

Obesity Linked to Faster MS Progression

New research links obesity at the onset of MS to increased disability in subsequent years. → Read More

Knowing There’s Light Ahead Makes the Dark Days Bearable

Just as the short days of winter eventually get longer, so do MS symptoms tend to lighten their grip over time. → Read More

When Anxiety Calls, Just Sit With It

Most of us want to take action when an uncomfortable feeling occurs. But sometimes, just sitting quietly with it is a better first response. → Read More

Why I Focus on Today, Not Yesterday

Many people feel nostalgia for the person they once were, but romanticizing the past can detract from the present. → Read More

MS Lesions: How Much Does Location Matter?

A new study suggests that periventricular lesions are strongly associated with neurodegeneration in people with MS. → Read More

How to Mind Your Well-Being During the Holidays

When you have a chronic illness, planning ahead for holiday stress is imperative, as is staying self-aware in the moment. → Read More

What Happens When You Discontinue an MS DMT?

What are the risks of discontinuing an MS disease-modifying therapy? A new study compares the risk of relapse from stopping different MS medications. → Read More

The Risks and Rewards of Selective Amnesia

Just as in good weather we forget the bad, so do we forget the bad MS days on the good. But doing so can backfire. → Read More

How I’m Putting MS Lessons to Work

While blogger Trevis Gleason gives no credit to MS for the lessons he’s learned while living with it, he can’t deny the skills he’s acquired. → Read More

The Many Varieties of MS Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction

From retention and constipation to urgency, frequency, and incontinence, MS can cause a broad range of bladder and bowel problems. → Read More

When Your MS Care Providers Retire

When you live with a chronic disease, it’s almost certain your need for care will extend beyond the careers of the first professionals who care for you. → Read More

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

When you have MS, you can’t wait for society’s permission to slow down, because you may not get it. Do what’s right for you in the moment. → Read More

The Lessons We Learn, Relearn, and Unlearn About MS

Just as MS itself changes over time, so does what we ‘know’ about it need to change. → Read More

How to Pivot: Chronic Illness Wisdom for Everyone

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to pivot, people with MS already had some experience with having to quickly change direction. → Read More

Some Thoughts About Falling With MS

Falling is a part of life for many people with multiple sclerosis, and not all falls are preventable, but there are ways to stay safer. → Read More