10. Heat sensitivity
Temperature is something that can affect the well-being of an MS patient. You’r either too cold or too hot, and sometimes you can’t find something in-between and you just don’t feel comfortable. Here’s what you can do:
• Stay in an air-conditioned environment during periods of extreme heat and humidity
• Drinking cold fluids may provide temporary relief
• Use cooling products such as vests, neck wraps, and bandanas during exercise or outdoor activity
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