Life with ALS

Should You Be Crushing Your Riluzole Tablets? New Easy-to-Swallow Administration Helps.

LIFE WITH ALS - August 03, 2020

Are you or your pALS taking Riluzole? Riluzole is the only FDA-approved treatment for ALS. For you and your pALS it is import... Read More

Connect With ALS Crowd on Social Media: Together We're Stronger

LIFE WITH ALS - July 06, 2020

Connect With ALS Crowd on Social Media: Together We're Stronger ALS Crowd provides numerous ways to connect with other patients, caregivers, medical prof... Read More

Sleep and ALS

LIFE WITH ALS - June 23, 2020

For people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, sleeping is a stressful time. Both patient and caregiver suffer from sleep disturbances which are common among pa... Read More

Staying positive with ALS during COVID-19

LIFE WITH ALS - June 04, 2020

The unknown of COVID-19 in itself can be a bit unnerving, but it's crucial we stay as positive as we can, especially with ALS. Added stress can cause i... Read More

ALS Communication Tools

LIFE WITH ALS - May 11, 2020

Communicating with ALS Without Technology Although the progression of ALS symptoms is different in each patient, most patients will need some type of communi... Read More


LIFE WITH ALS - August 07, 2019

Although not usually linked together, a recent study in Neurology shows how prediagnostic weight gain and ALS may be linked. Based in Norway, researchers col... Read More

Physical Therapy for ALS Patients

LIFE WITH ALS - July 18, 2019

Despite there being no cure for ALS, there are a variety of treatment options for those affected by the disease. One of these being physical therapy. Physical t... Read More

Caffeine and ALS

LIFE WITH ALS - July 16, 2019

Caffeine is a large part of people's diets, whether it's in the form of coffee, tea, or a soda. According to an article on Food Chemical Toxicology, peo... Read More