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Multiple Sclerosis and Surviving Summer Heat Intolerance

Summer can be a hard time to have multiple sclerosis.

With summer right around the corner, it’s time to start making plans. We all love spending time outdoors during the long hours of sunshine and warm temperatures, don’t we?

Well, not everyone does. If you’re reading this, you’re probably living with multiple sclerosis. That means that for you, spending long hours in the sun and heat may affect your MS.

It’s long been known that for a majority of patients, staying in the sun for too long is a no-no. Symptoms can temporarily worsen if body temperature rises. Much like the rise in core body temperature from the flu, with heat our bodies may begin feeling symptoms such as weakness, tingling, dizziness or difficulty speaking and thinking clearly.

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