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MS triggers usually come when we're already, tired, hot and stressed out. Which makes our reactions to them, less than ideal. Research tells us, when we create an action plan for obstacle before we reach them it reduces stress, and increases hope. With MS we often think of the worst that could happen, BUT if you change your perspective and go a step further you can create a way out of the situation before it happens. Then when you find yourself triggered, you already have a plan in place to take care of yourself.
Write your common triggers.
Write your common symptoms.
What is your plan if this happens?
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