We would like to help you with your recovery from the London Marathon. But, first of all, congratulations!
If you completed the run it must be a huge relief. What once may have seemed like an impossible challenge is now achieved. You have completed your first London Marathon. It’s time to put your feet up … literally!
Pain Management for Multiple Sclerosis comes in different forms. There is no best method for treatment. This is because it is often related to individual needs.
If you have lived with MS the symptoms may be all too familiar. However, this week is MS awareness week. As such, for those less familiar with it, it is important to highlight possible early signs of the condition.
These include blurred or double vision, stiffness or spasms in your muscles. Fatigue, dizziness or vertigo can also be indicators. But that’s not all.
Other signs include tingling or numbness, especially in the arms legs or fingers. As well as irritability, mood swings, bladder or bowel problems or even memory issues.
It goes without saying that it can be an extremely debilitating disorder. But what is it? And what can be done to help?
Coping with stress can be challenging in our fast-paced society. But before you set out to confront stress, it pays to understand a little more about it.
Stress can feel like it is predominantly a mental issue. It can cause you to become irrational and irritable. Your thoughts can run at a hundred miles an hour and you start to engage in a negative internal dialogue. You believe that if you could only change your thinking you could cope with your stress.
But stress has many components and comes in different forms. As it has different triggers there can be different ways to cope. We look at the role Pilates can play.