I’ve written about this before, but it’s a topic I feel is really important for anyone whether you have MS or not. I have recently been made more acutely aware of mental health since someone I knew committed suicide, and I have noticed my own resilience levels slipping into the reserves (for other reasons actually) … Continue reading Mental Health in MS – It is OK to not be OK
This is the first of my series of exercises that I have personally tried over the past couple of years and have seen the benefit from them in my own condition. These exercises will not suit everyone, and I recommend going to discuss any new exercise regime with your physician before you start. As I … Continue reading Top Exercises for Improving Balance with MS
I have recently been abroad and for the first time taken a non direct flight (this is something I will not do often if I can help it!) Whilst I actually quite like flying (weird), and am thrilled at the fact that I can easily see other people's cultures, I find the airport a very … Continue reading Top 10 Tips for a Stress Free Time at the Airport
In case you missed my last blog - I mentioned that the next four blogs released will be from my friends Dee, Grace, Joan and Kirsty who will be sharing their own experiences of living with MS. Although I love sharing my experiences with you, one of the things that I found most comforting … Continue reading Up Close and Personal #1: Dee
Have you just been diagnosed with MS? Are you in the process of being diagnosed? It can feel really overwhelming at first, but I can honestly say from someone several years down the line, it will be ok. I mean, YES, you are in for a change and some of those changes may not be … Continue reading Just diagnosed…?