Many therapies are used to treat Multiple Sclerosis, but none of them can claim to cure the disease. Even so, in the spirit of doing whatever it takes to stay well, many people with MS choose to take medication. This decision is not in conflict with diet and lifestyle changes and getting adequate sunlight.
Many people feel anything that may help is worth trying, as long as the side effects aren’t too severe. On this page and in the Drug Therapies portion of the Recovery Program section, we offer insights and approaches to help with choosing whether to take medication and if so, which one.