Robert Joyce

Managing (and Ignoring) Triggers with Asthma and MS

Robert Joyce has to keep a firm handle on his lifestyle to manage triggers. Yet, he sometimes rebels.

75 Multiple Sclerosis Patient Stories

Living with MS and the Risk of Heart Disease
3 mins
article
Willeke van Eeckhoutte

Living with MS and the Risk of Heart Disease

7 Ways to ‘Train Your Brain’ with MS
5 mins
article
Birgit Bauer

7 Ways to ‘Train Your Brain’ with MS

Don’t Lose Yourself to MS
4 mins
article
Kat Naish

Don’t Lose Yourself to MS

What MS Took From Me – and What it Gave Back
4 mins
article
Barbara Stensland

What MS Took From Me – and What it Gave Back

Tips to Brighten Dark Winter Days with MS
4 mins
article
Birgit Bauer

Tips to Brighten Dark Winter Days with MS

Planning to Succeed (and Not to Fail) with MS
4 mins
article
Robert Joyce

Planning to Succeed (and Not to Fail) with MS

Why MS Made Me Ditch New Year’s Resolutions
5 mins
article
Trishna Bharadia

Why MS Made Me Ditch New Year’s Resolutions

How to Live Frugally (but Happily) with MS
6 mins
article
Robert Joyce

How to Live Frugally (but Happily) with MS

The Complexity of Decision-Making with MS
4 mins
article
Birgit Bauer

The Complexity of Decision-Making with MS

Weathering Winter with MS
4 mins
article
Trishna Bharadia

Weathering Winter with MS

Finding the Funny Side of Life with MS
3 mins
article
Willeke van Eeckhoutte

Finding the Funny Side of Life with MS

Embracing Winter with MS
4 mins
article
Barbara Stensland

Embracing Winter with MS

8 Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Sleep With MS
6 mins
article
Trishna Bharadia

8 Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Sleep With MS

How I’m Still Grateful Despite MS
3 mins
article
Kat Naish

How I’m Still Grateful Despite MS

How MS Helped Me to Redefine Work-Life Balance
4 mins
article
Kat Naish

How MS Helped Me to Redefine Work-Life Balance

What My MS Diagnosis Taught Me About Friendship
4 mins
article
Barbara Stensland

What My MS Diagnosis Taught Me About Friendship

About Life Effects

Living with one or more chronic conditions affects your life in so many ways. The only people who really know what you are going through are those who have faced the same challenges for years. With that in mind we have created Life Effects, an initiative shaped by patients, for patients.

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