MS Exercise

We all know exercise is good for us. It is good to push yourself out of your comfort zone when taking exercise.

You get exercise in different ways. This is exercise to help people with multipls sclerosis. Hopefully it will improve their quality of life

Walking is sensible exercise

Walking is sensible exercise

Walking is sensible exercise. It is gentle, and it is low impact. It’s simple and effective. Even better, its free. Sensible exercise is about increasing your general activity and finding things to do that you enjoy. OK, I know that some of you can’t walk, it must be so frustratng. I can’t walk unless I […]

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British Summer Time Returns

British Summer Time Returns

The last full weekend in March, British Summer Time returns 🙂 . The clocks go forward an hour and everything else takes a great leap forward. Finally its bye-bye to winter, Spring is now well under way. British Summer Time returns In the woods and the garden there are signs that everything is waking up. […]

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They say they have MS and run a marathon

They say they have MS and run a marathon

You say you have MS and run a marathon. I think that is a contradiction. Should someone who runs a long way state they have MS? Do they understand what MS is really like? It’s the elephant in my room 24/7 it stands over me, watching my every move. This elephant is waiting to catch me […]

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Hydrotherapy and multiple sclerosis

Hydrotherapy and multiple sclerosis

Hydrotherapy, some people call it about physiotherapy in water or even aquatic physiotherapy Power of Gravity When walking around doing the day to day activities we tend to forget about gravity. Gravity is everywhere, its keeping things on the ground. Pour water out of a jug. It is the effect of gravity that makes the […]

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Multiple Sclerosis and Tai Chi

Multiple Sclerosis and Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art. Shibashi, a form of Tai Chi, are 18 simple exercises that are easy to learn Recently I attended a physiotherapy session at the MS Therapy Centre at Halton where I was introduced to the Shibashi exercise routines. Multiple Sclerosis and Tai Chi Shibashi are coordinated movements performed in a […]

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Make time for exercise

Make time for exercise

I think that you should always ensure there is enough time each day to take exercise. Feel healthier Exercise helps to create a healthier body and to keep a healthy mind. Research shows that exercise helps to ease the symptoms of  MS. Find the exercises that suit you and can be a part of your […]

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Paralympic Games legacy

Paralympic Games legacy

Almost 9 out of 10 sports clubs saw no change in the number of people with disabilities joining their ranks after the London Games. Paralympic Games legacy The Sport and Recreation alliance have discovered that 86% of clubs said they had noticed no change in the number of enquiries they had received from people with […]

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Power of exercise

Power of exercise

One of the problems of progressive physical diseases is that you can lose the ability to enjoy the power of exercise MS has stolen those moments. Exercise creates an endorphin rush, that feel good feeling, to a large extent this euphoric feeling is now history. For several years after my diagnosis multiple sclerosis was just […]

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Is exercise good for you?

Is exercise good for you?

I believe that exercise is essential to having a good life. Exercise is an excellent activity to re-connect the mind and body before or after a long day of stress at work or school. What do I do? If I was not disabled then my exercise would be walking the dogs walking to the shops […]

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