Living With Multiple Sclerosis

When I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis ten years ago, I struggled to come to terms with the diagnosis and what it meant for my future. I started this blog to connect with and encourage others living with this condition. I share my personal journey and blog about the lifestyle changes I have made and alternative treatments I have tried over the years, including herbal medicine, acupuncture and homeopathy. You'll also find posts about new treatments that are becoming available and products, such as mobility aids and adapted kitchen utensils, I've tried. I hope you enjoy my blog and find it useful.

Living With Multiple Sclerosis

Supporting a loved one after their hip replacement surgery

18 June 2017
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Health & Medical , Blog

If a loved one is heading in for hip replacement surgery, they will need some extra support afterward to make sure that they can fully recover. While hip replacement surgery results in a huge improvement in mobility and reduction in pain over the longer term, there is often a decrease in mobility and extra discomfort to deal with in the short term.  Preparing clothes Getting dressed every day can be a painful exercise for someone who has just had a hip replacement.
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The Significance of Routine Remedial Massage Therapy

30 May 2017
 Categories: , Blog

The top reason people contemplate getting a massage is that it feels good. Nevertheless, this is not the only benefit that you receive from this type of therapy. Remedial massages are specially designed to do more than merely provide you with the superficial benefits of feeling good and relaxing. The following are a few of the countless reasons why regular remedial massages might be significant to your well-being. Remedial massages correct chronic physical ailments
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How to Prepare for a Sexual Health Exam if You Have Been Sexually Assaulted

25 August 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

The prospect of a sexual health exam can make women feel uncomfortable, nervous and vulnerable. However, if you have been the victim of a sexual assault, a sexual health exam can cause great anxiety and emotional trauma. Because of this, many women who have been the victim of a sexual assault will avoid appointments with their gynaecologist. However, missing a sexual health exam can have a negative impact on your reproductive and sexual health.
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Causes of Gum Recession and Surgical Treatment Options Available

25 April 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Gum recession, also referred to as gingival recession, is a condition whereby your gums retract from your teeth's surface. When it is mild, it is hardly physically noticeable, but you will experience heightened tooth sensitivity when taking hot or cold foods. However, in some individuals, it is drastic and poses a risk to their overall oral health. What causes gum recession? There are a myriad of reasons why one would develop gum recession.
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Living With Multiple Sclerosis

When I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis ten years ago, I struggled to come to terms with the diagnosis and what it meant for my future. I started this blog to connect with and encourage others living with this condition. I share my personal journey and blog about the lifestyle changes I have made and alternative treatments I have tried over the years, including herbal medicine, acupuncture and homeopathy. You'll also find posts about new treatments that are becoming available and products, such as mobility aids and adapted kitchen utensils, I've tried. I hope you enjoy my blog and find it useful.

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