Emotional well-being can be profoundly impacted by multiple sclerosis (MS), as the condition not only presents physical challenges but also brings about a range of emotional experiences. Individuals with MS may grapple with feelings of fear, frustration, sadness, or anxiety about their diagnosis and the uncertainty of the future.

Understanding 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.