I have lived with MS 14 years ( now SPMS), I’m housebound but I’m not in wheelchair! I walk and balance a bit dodgy !!
I try to exercise so I don’t seize up and I teach other warriors exercises too !! It’s great mentally & physically! It increases fitness, endurance, strength, flexibility, gait, posture, balance, coordination and mood ! Decreasing spasisity, pain, weight, fatigue!!
If you have MS like me ...
If your balance is not good...
If your walking is dodgy...
If your body is seizing up...
If your symptoms are exacerbating...
DO THIS, SEATED, STANDING, LYING ONLY:
“Multiple Sclerosis Fitness with Jayne MSer & Warrior “: YouTube U.K. Try if you are able to 💋Big hug 💋
Encouragement, inspiration and help is all I want to give!!!!!
Hi everyone, I've been sitting in the lovely warm sun this morning, reading my Kindle, sunglasses & hat on when I decided it was time to move around. Well! I felt really unwell & was glad to take a proffered strong hand. Feeling much better now in the cool of the sitting room and after a long drink. Just made me wonder if ms can make you lose your temperature awareness & control. This would also explain my sudden sneezing fits! Any views out there? Jill x
does ms play a part in body temperature ? I have no cold or flu symptons always feeling the cold,ive got the heating on full ,and family are moaning its too hot !!,and stripped of to the bare minium !! tc guys xx
I don't know why but I've just noticed that when I'm drying my hair (quite vigourosly) I'm getting weird tingly sensations all over my body.
I can replicate whenever I rub my scalp.
Has anyone else ever experienced this ?
Hello everyone, it's a very long time since I've been on here but I've got a curious question to ask you.
I seem to be having trouble controlling my temperature. I get very cold and my fingers go prune like, but then I suddenly go hot and sometimes sweat. It doesn't always come over me in a wave so I am not sure about putting it down to menopause, it can be quite sudden. Then I can go cold again.
Does anyone else suffer from this and do you know if it is MS related.
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