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Sun will shine

Sun will shine
All right, in the whole story about the MS, no matter how much we want to remain a positive all-encompasser, something is very negative on time. These days I was sick. Cough, temperatures ... Now, it's not a problem to cough, but temperatures, and the temp. 38C. Everyone is already aware that the sensitivity to an elevated temperature is one of the black sides of the MS. When the tempestature was taken over, my whole body was tightened, I could not even cover myself, let alone get out of bed. Impossibility, fear ... all negative feelings started to flow, and I am well aware that it was not me. In such situations you can easily get lost, but the message for you is:
“After every storm the sun will shine!”


Food Sustainability

Food Sustainability
When we go to the procurement, we need to carefully select the type of food we buy, and it is very important to check the shelf life, or the date of production, in order to prevent possible negative health consequences. Here are some of the most common questions about food sustainability.


What does the term of food lasts and what is the sustainability of certain foods? The shelf life is the minimum shelf life, the date by which the food retains its characteristic properties if properly stored. Food sustainability depends on the composition, the technological process of production, the sterilization process, the food additives, the type of packaging, the transport and the recommended manner of storage. Some foods are more susceptible to microbiological deterioration and have a short shelf-life. Such products are milk products, creams, shames, ice creams, meat and meat products, eggs. Other foods are subject to chemical changes, especially under the influence of air, an…

LIVES WITH MS – MS, do we accept it?

LIVES WITH MS – MS, do we accept it?
Serious and important relationships require effort and energy, even without MS. While MS brings additional challenges, it can also enrich relationships and bring people closer together. The first step in discovering how to fight MS is to recognize the fact that the disease affects everyone, whether you are ill or worried about someone who is ill. The next step is to decide on the decision you want to talk about your MS and what you expect a person to understand and learn about MS. And finally, the third step is to find a place in your private and professional relationships for the new MS without investing more effort and energy than is necessary. When you talk to others about your MS, you have to consider that one size does not suit everyone. Given that for various reasons you will discover to different people that you have MS, your explanations should be tailored to the situation and especially to the person. And because there are no two identical p…

LIVES WITH MS - Wellness

LIVES WITH MS - Wellness
Wellness is a dynamic state of physical, emotional, spiritual and social well-being that can be achieved even in the presence of chronic illness or disability. For people living with MS, the path to wellness involves more than the treatment of the disease. Equally important are the promotion of health and prevention strategies, satisfaction of personal relationships, strong network of support, fulfillment in work and rest, a significant place in the community, and special attention dedicated to your inner being. Family members and caregivers should also pay attention to their own health and well-being. In order to provide the best possible care and support to others, it is important that their own needs are met.
Make your way to Wellnes
In addition to being essential for general health and well-being, the exercise is useful in managing symptoms of MS. The study, published by researchers at the University of Utah in 1996, was the first to clearly demonstrate the ben…