Are you or someone you know struggling with multiple sclerosis (MS)? Many have found diet and exercise are the secret to managing their multiple sclerosis symptoms. Did you know that those who have had brain injuries have an increased risk for developing multiple sclerosis? More than 2.3 million people have multiple sclerosis, it’s more prevalent north of the equator and women are four times more likely to develop multiple sclerosis than men. With more than 200 people estimated to be diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a week in the US it’s crucial to share inspiring stores of those thriving with multiple sclerosis. Shane Nicolich is an avid runner, podcaster and author who is on a mission to inspire others to take charge of their health with physical activity. In this episode Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Shane Nicolich on surviving a traumatic brain injury, bouncing back from a coma, depression, drug abuse, managing multiple sclerosis and how daily running is the secret to his success.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How running helps to manage MS fatigue
  • Why staying active reduces MS symptoms
  • How being active improves mood
  • Why desiring more out of life boosts mood & energy

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