When caring for a parent with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), it might be tempting to try to single out root causes for all that you see happening. However, because MS progression mimics the most obvious signs of aging — fatigue, memory loss, incontinence, muscle weakness — you’ll never fully know what’s causing each symptom. By accepting a certain [...]
People living with Multiple Sclerosis often use cold therapy products to help limit their symptoms that are worsened from heat. EasierLiving added GlacierTek RPCM® Cool Vests to our product line to help people who have to deal with heat-related flare ups from Multiple Sclerosis. We chose to add this brand because it is the safest [...]
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic condition whose symptoms can fluctuate wildly. Even the most knowledgable caretakers will sometimes find themselves stumped by the “randomness” of MS. A simple check list is a great tool for preparing yourself of the disease’s complexity. Your checklist should include: Medication – What medications is your loved one taking? Why? [...]
Living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be demoralizing — especially when the disease interferes with your everyday tasks and chores. Fatigue, in all its forms, affects 80 to 90% of all MS patients. In the not-too-distant past, doctors would simply tell patients complaining of fatigue to rest and stay cool. That advice was sincere but [...]
MagnaReady was designed so that anyone can wear a button up shirt. It used to be difficult for people to find clothing for limited dexterity, but now, EasierLiving is selling this magnificent line of shirts. When you wear one of these shirts, nobody will be able to tell your shirt is different from any other [...]
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