I HAVE BEEN LIVING WITH MS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS
And I am living a good life
What to do when there is no cure for ms?
What do you
Are you bitter?
Bitternesss is understandable, but does you no good. I give you some input to strategies to follow – so that you can feel gratitude and happiness in life, after all.
I love my wheelchair
So many people are scared of “ending up in a wheelchair”.
It is percieved as a inevitable, permanent situation. It is not.
MY LIFE AFTER STEM CELL TRANSPLANT
Exercise is the best I do to improve my physical ability. To get here, I had to live trough the frustration and sadness of accepting how much I have lost. I am a 2. degree Black Belt in Taekwon-Do, who no longer kan stand on one foot. I have had to find new ways of exercising, and ways to adjust my training. THis is to be safe, but also to reach a level of fuctional training that works for my primary goal: To be able to function without help.
It is all in the brain. Your conitive functions, your mental strenght – and the connections in your neurosystem. The more brain damage the illness gives you, the harder you have to work to maintain funtionality.
Maintain – and improve your cognitive ability, you memory, your logic, your problem solving capacity.
You need to focus on the things that are working, and the good thing in you life.
What you eat and drink is your source of energy. I have tried so many different approaches to food, to see if it can cure my MS. so far, my conlusion is that the best thing is to eat as clean and non-processed as possible.
Eat vegetables and fruit.
That is about it.
I share ideas of easy meal preparation and meal planning to make it feasable in your daily life.