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ALL ABOUT MS The role of the family (Part 19)

ALL ABOUT MS The role of the family (Part 19)

Deform in behavior and misbehavior

Very few MS patients have behavioral disorders due to the inability to control sexual impulses. This type of behavior is due to damage to the inhibitory functions of the brain. Unsuitable behavior is caused by the loss of cognitive ability due to the demyelination of significant cognitive areas in the brain. Family members should know that this is beyond the conscious control of the patient and that it is not a sign of moral weakness or sociopathic tendencies, but of illness. The treatment of the patient and the response to his behavior is very complex, and includes medication, psychiatric and neurological assistance with parallel psychotherapy. Family members need support in the form of advisory work, as this behavior can lead to unpleasant situations. Sometimes it is necessary to control these people in order to prevent possible outbursts.
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For each of the emotional reactions mentioned here, there is a way of resolving in an acceptable way, in the first place with the help and support of family and friends. It is very important to get in touch with associations of patients with support groups for people with MS and their families. This does not mean that it is necessary to exclude other types and types of socializing and association that are very important as a form of help and support in facing and solving what is the problem of an emotional nature. The help of professionals who deal with MS from different perspectives, starting with a doctor of neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and nurses, is necessary to make it easier to deal with emotional problems that accompany MS.

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