The symptoms of people with Multiple Sclerosis get worse when the patient’s body temperature rises.
Even a slightly higher temperature makes them feel worse.
Cooling the body relieves these symptoms and helps MS patients to be more active.
The ability to sweat together with the sense of thirst decreases when the human body gets older.
This combination causes a higher risk of overheating or in the worst case failure of vital organs in hot weather circumstances. Higher temperatures also put pressure on the cardiovascular system, which may cause problems for cardiovascular patients.