Healthy Living

Why Exactly Does Heat Trigger Pain in Multiple Sclerosis Patients?

Cold can be a problem, too

You may notice that your symptoms become worse in cold weather. It is generally recommended that individuals with MS who are sensitive to temperature try to avoid extremely hot or cold temperatures. For this reason, if you are considering moving to an area with a ‘better’ climate, you should visit it first in order to see if the climate change is, in fact, beneficial to your health. You may have to change your plans if the weather severely aggravates your symptoms after the visit.