Patients Feel Emotions Intensely But Can Struggle to See Them in Others

Patients Feel Emotions Intensely But Can Struggle to See Them in Others

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Patients Feel Emotions Intensely But Can Struggle to See Them in Others

People with multiple sclerosis (MS) have more difficulty recognizing emotions in others, and they experience emotions more intensely than healthy people, a small study found. The study, “Emotional experience is increased and emotion recognition decreased in multiple sclerosis,” was published in Scientific Reports. Emotions are essential for human connection and form the basis of a person’s social life. But people with MS often experience emotional disorders, such as bursting into laughter or tears for no…

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