Mood Changes in MS (Booklet)
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Mood disorder is a complex issue and despite greater awareness, continues to be under-diagnosed and under-treated. This “invisible symptom” can be a direct result of the disease process, and can change over time. Fortunately, mood changes are among the most treatable symptoms of MS. With the appropriate strategies and tools in place, people with MS can live their best lives and participate actively in their own care.
This book explores why and how people with MS experience changes in mood, and provide the latest information on how these symptoms can be addressed—from physical activity, medications and counselling to self-management strategies. This book provides an overview of the types of mood changes common to MS, and further outlines the most successful ways that individuals, researchers and clinicians have developed for approaching these challenges. At the back of this booklet, you’ll find resources for learning even more about these topics.
The French translation was published by The MS Society of Canada. It is a translation of the earlier version of this publication ‘Mood & Cognition in MS: What can you do.” This publication was published in 2014.
The Polish translation was adapted by Polskie Towarzystwo Stwardniena Rozsianego (Polish MS Society) in 2019. It is an adaptation of an earlier version of this publication titled “Mood & Cognition in MS: What can you do”.
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