My Alternative MS Fix
Learned many things over the past 25yrs to keep my RRMS in remission (10yrs now). Some great symptom improvements as well... (able to walk again with my cane after years in a chair, muscle spasms gone & bladder now behaves normally.) Absolutely no pain.
This with a condition which normally does nothing but progress.
Recently saw a PSW (Personal Support Worker**) from years ago & she stood with her mouth & eyes wide open, when she saw me walk down the stairs. She remembers when she had to assist me to get out of bed & I had the beginning of bedsores.
I say that I am winning! My document should be only 2-3 pages when complete & may include some healthy recipes using vegetables, because they have an anti-inflammatory effect.
Have never done steroids & the only med that I use for MS costs less than $20.00 per month.
I am currently working on a document which details my complete program, from diet, nutrients, as well as exercise.
Would love to write a book, but this will be easier & take much less time. This program works very well & as I said the drug cost is so very low. I hope that maybe I will be able to share what I have learned with others who have this condition which lasts such a long, long time.
Write to me.
**A Personal Support Worker (PSW) is a Canadian health worker that provides care to those that are not fully able to care for themselves. This includes seniors, individuals with physical disabilities, and individuals with mental disabilities, amongst others.
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