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Finding way for helping our
bodies with reversing Multiple
Sclerosis can be something that sounds like a good idea, but
is this an actual possibiltiy for finding ways to accomplish this?
Do you sometimes feel like it is just so tiring, dealing with being
sick with one infection or another after you have been diagnosed with
Multiple Sclerosis, because of the Multiple Sclerosis effects on
weakening the immune system?
sometimes feel like you have to work so hard, just to function, some
days, even a little like you could before you were given the Multiple
Sclerosis diagnosis, only to find that you feel like you are getting no
find, at times, that you can even with having the Multiple Sclerosis
that you can push yourself, sometimes too hard, just to accomplish
something that you set out to do, even if you started doing it a few
weeks ago, but you find that you still haven't accomplished
it even now?
we just need to give ourselves a break, when it comes to dealing with
the daily battles of Multiple Sclerosis that we can face, when it comes
to each of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis that we can be struggling
with all too often.
We can sometimes become so frustrated with dealing with Multiple
Sclerosis, as well as frustrated with the fact that our bodies are not
functioning like they should be -- sometimes on a regular basis, that
we just keep trying harder and harder to find a way to sort of force
our bodies into functioning as we think they should be functioning.
becoming so frustrated, because we feel like we are fighting against
our bodies, we need to take a different approach that helps us to work
more with our bodies to give our bodies more of what they need to help
them to rest, replenish our energy or resources and to encourage our
bodies to allow them to start to aid in the healing process.
can we do to work with our bodies?
dealing with the effects of MS on our bodies can be very
times, there are some things that we can do to help our bodies to
better and to help start to reverse
effects of Multiple Sclerosis on our bodies. But when it
comes to Multiple
Sclerosis, there is no quick-fix, as much as we would like to think
As more and more studies are being done with more MS patients, it is
to appear that it all comes down to MS
lifestyle changes. It can be
difficult for us to decide what lifestyle changes are needed to help
MS symptoms and to find a way for us to start to recover from the
devastating effects of Multiple Sclerosis on our lives. In dealing with
case of Multiple Sclerosis, I have been learning more about ways that I
been using for me, that are not only helping to reduce my MS symptoms,
also helping to reduce the frequency and severity of the ms relapses
attacks that can actually make me function even less than I had been
So...what are ways that can help with reversing
Multiple Sclerosis effects
on our bodies?
There are several things, that I have found, that have helped me by
the effects of Multiple Sclerosis on my body that have helped me in
Finding ways to do the following has been helping reduce my symptoms of
* Reduce our over reaction to stress (both external and internal stress)
* Reduce the effects of insomnia and lack of sleep on my system
help, finding ways to relax and de-stress can help tremendously)
* Don't sweat the little stuff!
* Relax -- it's not as bad as you may imagine things to be!
* Finding ways to relax instead of worrying about things most of the
*Exercise -- this makes all the difference in how well our bodies can
(Helps improve stamina, energy levels, reduce stress, reduce being
keyed up or
having a racing mind, improves circulation, improve immunity or reduces
infections, improves overall peace of mind, improves cognitive function
brain and reduces spasticity).
* Re-train myself to break tasks into smaller pieces and spread them
to reduce how exhausted I can become
* Find a purpose in life! (this helps to reduce setting us up for
anxiousness and lack of direction); volunteer to do
* Cutting out trans or saturated fats, including dairy, butter and
(except extra virgin coconut oil)
* Add good fats back into the diet (extra virgin olive oil, extra
coconut oil), in place of butter
* take vitamins that have been found to help protect the body from the
of MS attacks -- this can include taking vitamins such as vitamin D,
oil primrose, adding omega 3 fats to the diet, such as ground
cutting out hydrogenated and partially-hydrogenated fa fats adding
fish oil supplement, such as cod liver oil, or salmon oil (fish oils,
mercury-free of course).
* Take vitamins to help relax the nervous system (calcium, magnesium,
and B complex, B12).
* Juice vegetables or grind whole foods to boost vitamin levels in my
quickly (I myself grind kale, beet, carrots and celery).
* Eat more fruit more often to keep my blood sugar more constant.
that these type of changes take time to make and they can be added in
changed more gradually over time, but it is worth making changes that
improve how well we can function.
there is no "quick fix" -- we do what we can to regain our lives back
all of the difference in the way we function when we do life style
instead of just changing something temporarily until we can "get things
under control some".
we do, changing how we think about things and allowing ourselves to
live life again can help us in a big way to start to promote healing in
have found that these ways and others can help give
our bodies what they need to help to promote reversing Multiple Sclerosis in
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