Understanding Pseudobulbar Affect: Beyond the Tears and Laughter

Pseudobulbar Affect Beyond the Tears and Laughter

PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA) is a neurological condition charfacterized by unconytollable bouts of laughter or crying and is a distinct disorder

Pseudobulbar Affect, also known as PBA, is a neurological condition that can cause unpredictable, uncontrollable episodes of laughing or crying. While it may resemble typical emotional responses, PBA can occur without a corresponding emotional trigger.

Stiff Neck in Multiple Sclerosis: Causes and Coping Strategies

Stiff Neck with MS

Of all the multiple sclerosis symptoms you might experience, a stiff neck moght seem to be the least likely MS symptom to trouble you.

Hey there! Today we’re going to talk about a topic that may not be as well-known as it should be – multiple sclerosis. MS is a chronic disease that affects the central nervous system, causing a range of symptoms that vary from person to person.

The Invisible Battle: Unmasking Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune Diseases

There are over 80 known autoimmune diseases that all have one think in common: there is no cure., despite recent advances in medical science.

Autoimmune diseases represent a diverse range of disorders that affect millions of people worldwide. These diseases occur when the body’s immune system, which protects against harmful invaders, mistakenly attacks its own healthy cells.

The Strength and Resilience of an MS Warrior

Strength and Resilience

How the MS Warrior can find the strength and resilience to cope with living with multiple sclerosis to the best of their abilities.

Sedentary lifestyles can lead to muscle weakness and decreased physical endurance, so starting a routine of gentle exercises can make a significant difference. Core-strength exercises, like yoga and Pilates, can also be effective for people with MS as they help improve balance, flexibility, and stability.