nine ways


1) Personal Responsibility

Take Responsibility for Your Own Health - Nobody Else Will! Why do people get sick? Sickness is not a natural state-of-being. Learn how to protect your health by changing the way you think about your life. Thousands of scientific studies over the past thirty years have shown that our thought patterns is the most significant factor why people get sick.

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2) Diet and MS

Multiple Sclerosis, The Cause - John A. McDougall, M.D. : When the subjects of multiple sclerosis and diet are mentioned in the same sentence, the reaction from most health professionals is to dismiss the connection as being absolutely ridiculous. How could something as simple as what we eat be involved with such a mysterious disease as multiple sclerosis?

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3) Meditation

Meditation, and prayer for full integration of Mind, Body, and Spirit, adressing the whole body.

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4) Exercise and Yoga

Overcoming MS - Exercise At Beyond MS we have found that regular daily exercise is very helpful in managing MS symptoms as well as for general good health and well-being, and many studies support this finding. A good exercise program can help with optimum muscle development, bone strength and respiration.

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5) Water Therapy

Hydration and MS Exercise in a Hydrotherapy Pool: It didn't take me long to realize that I'd been missing something very important—a good way to burn enough calories to keep my weight in check, while experiencing the pleasant psychological effects of a regular exercise regimen. So I followed the first part of my doctor's advice—to take Tylenol—and found that my strength gradually returned as my fever receded. Later, when I was feeling better, I followed his second suggestion—to take a long, cool shower—and I was amazed to find that I was still stronger! Although not everyone with MS experiences such a dramatic response to changes in temperature, knowledge of this temperature effect is extremely important for those who do.

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6) Balanced breathing

A Simple Breathing Exercise For A Balanced Mind, Body, and Soul: The benefits of pranayama are tremendous, and there are several breathing exercises anyone can incorporate in just a few minutes a day.

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7) Supplements

The top 15 supplements for natural MS therapy There is a strong case for natural treatment of multiple sclerosis with supplements, diet, etc. That is along with, or instead of drugs, as prescribed by your physician. Drugs sometimes have significant results on treating MS symptoms but have limited benefits on the disease itself, while natural therapies often have a dramatic impact on the course of MS.

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8) Laughter Therapy

How Laughter Can Help People with Multiple Sclerosis A new clinical trial is under way to study how laughter can help ease depression and anxiety for people with neurological disorders. Laughing may be a way to a healthier lifestyle for people with neurological diseases. That was the premise of a recent study that took place in Israel. Neurological disorders, including multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s disease, can cause anxiety and sleep issues, among other symptoms. The researchers of the study, which focused on people with Parkinson’s, said laughter therapy may be an effective way for people with these conditions to feel better. There is also a new clinical trial that will study the effects of laughter therapy on people with a variety of neurological disorders, including MS.

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9) A Balanced Life

Live a balanced life in harmony with nature to maximize the body’s ability to heal incorporating a healthy lifestyle that facilitates wellness. Get plenty of rest; stop smoking; reduce amount of coffee and alcohol; enjoy more walks, or wheels, in nature; stay physically and mentally active - but don’t overdo it; and engage in activities that bring joy to your life.

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