The effect of heat on Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms is real. Physiologically, the nerve conduction speed can slow down which can exacerbate a whole range of symptoms. This varies between individuals. However, the good news is that research has shown a range of techniques that can help manage this physiological response. This short webinar covers some basic physiology of what happens when we overheat but importantly gives you some practical tips that can hopefully assist you to manage in hot weather or when exercising.