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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.
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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 benefits of exercises for people with MS. Patients who participated in the aerobic exercise program had better cardiovascular fitness, improved strength, better bladder and bowel function, decreased fatigue and depression, a more positive attitude, and increased participation in social activities. Since 1996, several additional studies have confirmed the benefits of exercise.
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Inactivity in humans with or without MS can lead to many risk factors associated with coronary heart disease. In addition, muscle weakness, reduced bone density with increased fracture risk, and shallow, ineffective breathing may occur.

The exercise program should be tailored to the capabilities and constraints of the individual, and may need to be further adapted to changes related to current MS symptoms. An experienced physiotherapist is familiar with the unique and varied symptoms of MS, which can be useful for the development, monitoring and revision of a well-balanced exercise program. Any person with MS who starts a new exercise program should consult with your doctor before starting.
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Exercise periods should be carefully selected to avoid warmer days, which prevents excessive fatigue. A good exercise program can help develop the maximum potential of muscles, bones and respiration, thereby avoiding secondary complications and gaining the advantage of good health and well-being.

Eat healthy

Although no diet can cure or treat MS, balanced, not greasy, fibrous food promotes healthy bowel function and helps you to be in the best possible condition and thus deal with the challenges that MS brings. Learn about nutrition and MS, including the role of vitamins, minerals and medicinal herbs, and find tips on how to maintain adequate weight.
Maintaining general good health is very important for people with MS or any chronic illness. A well-balanced and carefully planned diet will help achieve this goal. MS experts recommend that people with MS observe balanced, non-fat, fibrous foods that are also recommended to the general population.

A problem with special diets

Many different children are suggested as a treatment, or even a cure, for certain signs and symptoms of MS, but evidence of effectiveness is very modest. There are some indications that diet with reduced saturated fat and enhanced Omega 3 (from fatty fish, liver oil, or flaxseed oil) and Omega 6 (fatty acids from sunflower oil or oil from safflower oil and possibly nursery oil) can be fats beneficial to people with MS. Some children may even be harmful to health because they include potentially toxic amounts of certain vitamins, or exclude important nutrients.

Stress control

Despite numerous studies, the exact relationship between stress and the occurrence or progress of MS remains unclear. What is clear is that nobody feels better than too much stress. The key to dealing with the stress of everyday life lies in the elimination of those that are not essential, and the control of those who make life interesting and challenging. In addition to the stress that occurs in the everyday life of every person, MS creates its own aggravating disorders, among which is facing confrontation with the unpredictable course of this disease.
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The first thing to know is that stress affects each one of us, but it differs in someone, like stomach nervousness, and in somebody like the stiffness of the neck muscles. Many people with MS claim to experience deterioration during stressful times. Stress leaves consequences. It is therefore essential to learn how to relax. But relaxation is not something you simply decide to do. People have to learn to relax. You will need to find out what relaxes you, and then use it.


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