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ALL ABOUT MS The role of the family (Part 18)

ALL ABOUT MS The role of the family (Part 18)

Stress
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People with MS are certainly more exposed to stress than the rest, because it is only confronting with a diagnosis as something new and unknown to a large source of stress both for an oblong person and for the family. In addition, MS is an unpredictable disease, and uncertainty and the anticipation of the next deterioration is particularly stressful. Everyday stresses that we all are exposed to under conditions of modern life do not pass or ill. The problem with them is that stress can be one of the triggers for the next deterioration, although studies on the effects of stress on MS have produced contradictory results. Regardless, it's important to know that stress can not get out of real life. The sick can not live "under a glass bell". Asking yourself and your family for such a request means pre-subscribing to failure. We should not fall into the trap of avoiding stress at all costs, because it is practically impossible. Friends and family should not be guilty of possibly causing a stressful situation. Stress is a part of real life and it is much more important to learn how to solve problems and how to deal with the disease, rather than try to avoid stress. Advisors and support groups can help learn how to deal with stress in life with MS.

Reactions of anxiety and anxiety
MS is, among other things, an unpredictable disease. This feature can cause considerable anxiety and frustration, which are emotional reactions that occur at the first contact with the symptoms of the disease and with the diagnosis. A strong sense of insecurity and loss of control over your own life, combined with MS, is one of the elements that creates the greatest anxiety. People with MS never know when they will be affected by the next attack of the disease and how different they can be affected in the future. They do not know how they will feel on the current day from morning to night, the next day, week, month, and it prevents them from planning their own time. The consequences of this are feelings of insecurity, anxiety, anxieties, frustration. Very often this is one of the stages in accepting life with MS. Life circumstances have changed and require customized functioning. In order to do this, support should be sought from a professional advisor and a family that is very helpful in these conditions.

Emotional instability
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Emotional instability and palpable mood occur in people with MS in the form of frequent changes in the state of strong emotions and their unpredictable outbursts. Family members complain of rapid mood swings in the form of anger or irritability. The science is still unclear whether the emotional instability encountered by MS patients is due to a change in the brain or stress-related condition. Whatever the cause, emotional instability can be seen as one of the stumbling blocks in the family life of the diseased. Family therapy or counseling can be very important in dealing with emotional instability and depression, if the whole family suffers from it, and if all members have a desire to overcome the problems. In agreement with a neurologist, the use of small doses of the appropriate drugs may affect the reduction of this symptom.

Inability to control emotions
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In addition to emotional instability, in a small percentage of people with MS there is another form of changed emotional response: an uncontrollable and unpredictable outburst of pay and laughter. They are little or not at all connected with real circumstances as well as with feelings and can be the result of damage to parts of the brain. It is very important for family members or those who care about the sick to know and accept the fact that people with MS will not always be able to control their emotions. In this case it is best to seek the advice of a neurologist who will prescribe the appropriate medication.

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