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ORGANISATION: MS Society of Canada

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Having a chronic health condition can increase stress and there are many stressful situations that commonly occur in MS. This booklet explains the interaction between stress and MS in a clear a concise way.

A relationship between stress and the onset of MS or MS relapses is considered possible but has not been powerfully demonstrated in studies. However, during times of stress, more energy is required to think, problem-solve, and handle daily life. At stressful or demanding times, symptoms may be experienced more strongly. This information sheet will briefly explain how to recognise and manage stress.

Published: 2019

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