My wife is diagnosed MS relapsing remitting since 2000. On Copaxone, gabapentin, baclofen, trazodone.... My wife is currently stable, no active lesions. However, my poor wife is unable to tolerate lights for very long. No sunny days, no movie theater, not even the television or pc screen at home. When the light exposure gets to her it presents as shuddering that becomes strong and effects her ability to articulate, like she is doing an impression of Katherine Hepburn. Anyone with experience with this know how to improve the situation aside from the obvious-avoid strong light. I have recommended trying to wear her sunshades but she has not. This has been going on for a long time and getting worse. My wife just wants to stay inside and do nothing and that is not living, you know what I mean? I wish I could help her. Any idea will be appreciated.