A study published in 1996 was the first to demonstrate the benefits of exercise for people with MS. This infographics shares several useful tips and precautions for MS patients who exercise. From SteadyHealth.com
15 People Describe What It Feels Like to Have Multiple Sclerosis
"Ever seen an electrician strip a wire? That's what my immune system is doing to my entire nervous system, only it won't stop there. It'll get greedy and go for the raw nerves. This includes my brain, spinal cord and optic nerve, along with every nerve in my body. If this happens to a wire, conductivity is interrupted, lessened or lost, and it's no different in the body. But unlike electrical work, with standards, MS is random and no two cases are alike."
Multiple Sclerosis sidelined Ann D. Sawyer to full disability. Not willing to accept that fate, Ann researched until she found all the keys to reach a full recovery, thanks to the efforts of MS pioneers who found a way to health from disabling MS. The book, The MS Recovery Diet with Judith E. Bachrach resulted as a way to help others find recovery from the dread disease.
How Age Affects Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms and Progression
It took me 30 years to hit secondary progressive, but boy did it scare me! I'm not scared anymore, just dealing with it and trying to do wheelies in my wheelchair, which is hard because it is motorized. Damn!
Getting to know each of your students in your first days of school is the best way to begin building strong relationships. This is a fun activity to get kids to open up...make sure to share about yourself as well! I boystowntraining.org