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Life Hacks for MS

What life hacks to you use day in and day out to help manage your MS? Join the conversation and let us know!

  1. My calendar and 'reminder' app on my phone w/ alarms really helps me remember the things/tasks that need to be done at certain date/times. I also carry around a small notebook with me just in case, because it can be easier to write things down, then to put on your phone, in an app, that you might forget all about.

    I know that I have a bit more Life Hacks, but I will have to think on it & come back w/ a reply... my brain is at the time of the say where it just wants to relax 😀

    Thank you Kelly!

    1. Does anyone take omega-3s to help? An article and study came out today saying fish oil may help.
      You can check your levels at www.omegabloodscore.com and find out if you are low.
      Apparently fish oil helps protect the myelin nerve endings.

      1. I need an electronic device to help stay same Please if you have anything I could use please let me know!!

        1. . I also have a robo vac - it makes my life Much easier; I love it. Another thing is that I haven't ironed anything for a very long time. If you wash your clothes and then take them out of the washer instantly and put each item on a hanger, they never need ironing! I bought my Robo-vac with the money I saved on cashback 😀

          1. Hi Kayleigh, I take my clothes straight out of the washer & hang them up, not the dryer; I haven't got a dryer. Also, as someone else said, many Ladies tops are stretchy now and wouldn't need ironing anyway, The jeans with a bit of stretch in them are best too.

          2. Yes, I love that most tops are stretchy now! I'm a fan of any material that is either wrinkle resistant or seersucker that looks even better wrinkly! Great tip! My family usually hangs clothes out on the line in spring and summer. You can't beat the smell of a freshly air dried piece of clothing or bedding. Is it possible that you have made me excited to do laundry this weekend lol!? Thank you for sharing!! 🧡 Kayleigh, MultipleSclerosis.net team

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