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from People Who Know Relapsing MS
Shayna, Living with Relapsing MS
Pocket is a little safe place to store away information that you're interested in, so you can look back and refer to it at a later time.
Pocket is a little safe place to store away information that you're interested in, so you can look back and refer to it at a later time. I travel frequently, so if I find some articles on Facebook—or whatever site that I like to read—I download them to Pocket and then whenever I‘m on the plane—and I actually have time to read—I can look at it without having to be on data, because you can't use data on an airplane.
I think this app is definitely helpful for people with relapsing MS. There is a plethora of information out there today, and this app is a way to consolidate it to be able to do research on a symptom, or a drug, or side effects—and you can easily access it if you want to bring it up to your healthcare team. With my relapsing MS, I do not have much of a memory, so that's why this app is very helpful to be able to store information and refer back to it later.
I even put aside some motivational quotes to look at later to get a little motivation. I definitely see myself using Pocket on an almost daily basis.
Gilbert, Living with Relapsing MS
It's like putting information in "suspended animation" until you need it.
This app gives you the opportunity to revisit something that you don't have time to use immediately. It's like putting information in "suspended animation" until you need it. I use it several times a day.
I think it's useful for just about anyone—whether you are a person who has limited energy, limited time, or limited focus and concentration. I think for people with relapsing MS especially, it is very nice in that you're able to put helpful health-related items aside for later, and that's just wonderful. For example, if you are scrolling down on Facebook or something of that nature, and you see something that captures your attention, but you don't have much time right then, you can go ahead and grab it and go back and spend time with it later and then pursue it further. I like the fact that it gives you options.
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