Some people with MS have difficulties chewing, swallowing or controlling food or drink in the mouth.
In this blog, Jane from the Information Team talks about swallowing difficulties in MS, tips and tricks that may help you and how others can be supportive
Swallowing is a fairly automatic process for most people. We bite then chew our food, decide it feels about right, send it to the back of the throat and then swallow as we briefly hold our breath. We learnt to do this when we were very young and may have given it very little thought ever since.