"In an era of information overload and infodemics it is important for people with multiple sclerosis to be able to find a sanctuary, a safe haven, where they can access MS self-management advice that is simple and easy to follow. talkhealth’s new myMS support programme is one of these information safe havens and is likely to become a go-to for people with MS in these uncertain times. Post COVID-19, if it can be done self-management of chronic disease, will become the new normal." Professor Gavin Giovannoni  

Whether you're newly diagnosed or have been living with MS for a while, join our myMS support programme today. The programme is also useful for anyone caring for someone with MS. We'll be exploring everything from fatigue management to financial benefits.

Managing multiple sclerosis can be tricky - there's so much information out there that it's hard to know where to begin! Our support programme is designed to help you navigate every part of life, whether that's getting your MS team together, having a conversation at work about your changing needs, or looking at the role diet can play in fatigue management. 

Every week, you'll receive one or two PDFs to download containing easy-to-digest, practical information. Everything has been written by talkhealth and medical experts.

Topics we cover include: 

  • Mental health and emotional wellbeing
  • Pain and fatigue management
  • MS and employment
  • Carer support
  • Exercise and diet
  • Navigating the NHS

The myMS support programme is part sponsored by Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Limited.  The Programme and its content is developed independently of Novartis and editorial control remains with talkhealth. Novartis funding helps support the administration and promotion of the Programme. 
All content provided in the myMS Support Programme has been written by both medical professionals and talkhealth, and has been certified by PIF as a Trusted Information Creator (sources of scientific evidence available on request). The programme does not constitute a replacement for professional medical advice. If you are concerned about any aspects of your health or wish to discuss something you have read within the support programme, you should make an appointment to see your doctor. Always seek medical advice before changing your treatment routine. talkhealth does not endorse any specific products, brands, or treatments.