Cognitive symptoms can be an especially frustrating aspect of MS.
Multiple Sclerosis is often associated with varying levels of cognitive dysfunction. These symptoms can present in many different ways – difficulty concentrating, problems finding the right words, feelings of “sensory overload” or slower thinking, and memory loss. Although most people with MS will not experience severe cognitive impairment, several of our community members noted experiencing some of these symptoms.
Our community shares tips for managing a variety of cognitive symptoms.