Treatments and therapies
If you have relapsing MS, disease modifying therapies (DMTs) can mean you get fewer, and less serious, relapses. They can slow down how fast your MS gets worse, too.
Until recently DMTs couldn't help people who don't have relapses. But there's now one DMT that might help some people with primary progressive MS.
It can be frustrating if treatments aren't right for you or don't work as well as you'd like. But lots of people with MS find it useful to actively manage their health in other ways, such as through diet and exercise.
Helping you move more
We've developed a range of simple workouts to suit different abilities and MS symptoms.
In this video, fitness instructor Dom Thorpe demonstrates some low impact lying down exercises. There is an audio described version of this video.
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Disease modifying therapies (DMTs)
If you have relapsing MS, DMTs can reduce how many relapses you have and how serious they are. They can slow down how fast your MS gets worse, too. The first DMT for primary progressive MS could be available on the NHS in 2018.
Complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs)
Find support near me
From support groups to information events, there's lots of ways to connect with people who understand what life's like with MS.