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Stress. It’s a part of everyday life, but for many people living with Multiple Sclerosis just the thought of having a relapse can cause anxiety, which in turn can be the trigger for a relapse itself – according to new research by a leading charity.
The research commissioned by Shift.ms explores the knock-on effect stress and anxiety has on those living with the condition, with three in four (75%) citing that the anxiety caused by just the thought of having an MS relapse can bring one on.
Aston spoke to George Pepper, Founder and CEO at Shift.ms about the research.