MS is an incurable autoimmune disease, meaning it is caused by the immune system attacking one’s own body. In other words, the immune system attacks the myelin sheath, the electrical insulator of the nerves.
Being in contact with the care team and going to regular checkups is a good opportunity for MS patients to discuss their current treatment, mention any new problems, discuss any further support and keep informed about any new treatments that become available. Disruptions such as the COVID-19 pandemic, however, can make it hard especially for those with immune disorders, to get to clinics and feel safe there. That’s where Path Feel steps in.
As we approach the first birthday of the global pandemic (which we hoped would have been over by now), we wanted to check in on you. Despite the uncertainty and chaos, some questions remain the same. How do I cope with the current situation? Thanks to our Walk with Path community, here are some useful tips for you that we hope will make this easier.