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Life with MS is like rolling coaster driving

Life with MS is like rolling coaster driving

They say that it may be a month of mental health, and multiple sclerosis does not cause only physical problems. In fact, frequent side effects are depression and cognitive problems, as are those associated with mood swings and emotional outbreaks. About the outbursts I could write a book, and probably every one of you. Changing your mood is a wonderful thing, because in one day you go through all the "emotions" the problem is only when the "shower" is the most common, or when you realize that your mood is best understood by Angry birds.
Life with us is an unforgettable adventure and our partners actually have the happiness that they are never bored. If there are those free ones and need an ad for some of the rugged portals, the ad could read: I'm looking for a partner, I guarantee that he will never be bored again with him, he will be like a rollercoaster ride ....

Mood changes are quite normal in patients with MS. It is no rarity to burst into laughter in the ultimate for unsuitable situations. We have completely new skills: crying for no reason, anger without justice, or absolute indifference. We can be frustrated with things that have never frustrated us. It is quite normal to change these moods in the same day, so that not all emotions are able to get off in a very short time. When you are aware of this, there is a new challenge for all of us, the need to understand each emotion and to learn to turn them in a positive direction.

Actually, this pain makes you adjust to some adjustments that can be extremely strange .. For example, because of memory problems (it seems to me that short-term memory does not really work for me at all) you have a house full of paper, alarms on your cell phone and reminders. It's completely normal that you never know where the keys are, where is the cell phone, where you are going ... just a little .. what I write about ... what I wanted to say .... wonderfully ... it's great sometimes I forget everything. Some things that could irritate me, for example, I must have forgotten them, so I do not even get annoyed at all ... And it's great when everything comes out of your hands, I've had some of these guests constantly had some family celebrations and holidays, ... I realized how I need a new set of glasses, but also a plate. and you can always justify yourself with the story of how it is now in fashion...

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