Smoking increases your risk of developing MS – both as a smoker and through passive smoking. Life-time MS risk is increased by exposure to smoking during childhood.
MS Research Australia has released a lifestyle guide packed with practical and evidence-based recommendations for living well with MS. The guide looks at nine lifestyles areas, investigating their impact on MS in light of recent scientific research. Learn more and explore the latest MS tips for diet, vitamin D and beyond!
How the biological processes cause progression in different types of MS.
New study shows eating a diet high in whole grains, fruit, vegetables and legumes may lead to less disability and depression, and less severe MS symptoms.
Low vitamin D levels and smoking consistently associated with MS progression
Evidence shows that smoking increases the risk of developing MS and accelerates disease progression