People with multiple sclerosis (MS) have difficulty mustering up the energy to live a normal life. Extreme fatigue often tops the list of the most distressing symptoms.
Now, a new study suggests that light therapy may help people with MS get their lives back.
MS is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the body attacks the insulation around nerves, leading to fatigue, numbness, bladder problems, mood issues, and mobility problems that make every day a challenge.
But when MS patients sat in front of a light box for 30 minutes per day for two weeks, they reported being less tired and having more energy to get through their day. Read more…