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MSTrust 2h
"I kept my MS bottled up for so long, so it was a relief to write everything down, get it out in the open and tackle it head-on" Lisa decided to put pen to paper and write a book about her life with . This is her story.
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MSTrust 16h
A life with MS doesn't need to be a life defined by MS 💙 Danielle shares her MS story in our new short film.
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MSTrust 22h
Really disappointing to hear about your poor experience Andy. – do you have a response?
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MSTrust Jun 25
Did you get a good night's sleep? Poor sleep is common in people with MS and can have a big impact on daily life. You can find tips for improving your sleep quality in our A to Z of MS: .
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MSTrust Jun 24
. is now on day 13 of his 50-day cycle challenge around the UK & this week will be cycling through Bangor, Liverpool & Carlisle. Make sure you give him a wave & cheer if you see him. Your support will mean so much! 💙 Share your pics using
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MSTrust Jun 24
Replying to @Constantlycrav1
Hi Janie, thank you SO much for choosing to donate the profits of your card sales to the MS Trust. We really appreciate your support 💙 I'd suggest posting a link to your FB page in our fundraising FB group at
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MSTrust Jun 24
It's , so why not take some time out of your day to think about what you can do to take care of yourself? Maybe you'd like to take up a new hobby? Try a Pilates class? Or learn more about mindfulness? Find information and tips here: 💙
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MSTrust Jun 24
Replying to @RetrofrmSCRATCH
Love it 💙🐶 Thank you for sharing. Otis is adorable.
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MSTrust Jun 24
Woooo! Go Kenny 💙💪
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MSTrust Jun 23
Whether you're a newbie or an experienced cyclist, the London to Brighton cycle is a great event to be a part of. Join our team on 15 Sep & help make a difference for people with MS. Sign up before the end of June to take advantage of our special offer.
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MSTrust Jun 23
Is the inspiring you to take up a new sport? From wheelchair basketball to sailing, on our website you can read the experiences of people with MS who've found that sport and exercise has had a positive impact on their life.
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MSTrust Jun 21
As it's , we thought we'd share this lovely story of Yvonne (who has MS) and her adorable assistance dog Bonnie 💙 Do you have a pet? Have they made a difference to your life? We'd love to hear your stories/see your pics.
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MSTrust Jun 21
Happy#WorldYogaDay! 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️ Many people with MS find that yoga helps with their balance, core strength and flexibility, and there is some evidence that it can improve fatigue and mood. Find out more in our A to Z of MS:
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MSTrust Jun 21
This week is . can make you feel very alone at times. If you're feeling like you have nobody to talk to, our Facebook group is a great place to chat with other people who know what living with MS is like💙 You can find it at:
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MSTrust Jun 20
Another fantastic message of support for Kenny! Thanks 👍🚴‍♂️
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MSTrust Jun 20
Replying to @pijohnbateman
If you email karen.saunders10@nhs.net she will be able to give you all of the details. Thanks Sue
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MSTrust Jun 20
This sounds like an interesting study.
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MSTrust Jun 20
MS is not a condition that just affects adults; although rare, it can happen in children too. These children are diagnosed and treated by paediatric neurologists. Here we chat to Evangeline Wassmer, paediatric neurologist at .
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MSTrust Jun 19
Advanced MS is a description of the level of the burden and difficulties that MS is causing you, rather than the type of MS you have. On this page we look at the impact advanced can have on daily life, and what can be done to improve things for you 👇
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MSTrust Jun 19
Good luck to Georgie Smith, who will be captaining the UK's team at the Warrior Games in Florida later this month. In this article, Georgie talks about her MS diagnosis in 2015 and why she wants to highlight MS in a positive light to others 💙💪
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