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Importance For Exercises In Multiple Sclerosis

  Many people in this world are not big fans of doing exercise. The benefits of physical activity do not carry much value to them and they don’t see the harm in avoiding it. Moreover, they don’t consider it an essential part of wellness. Although chronic diseases convince them to move a couple of muscles, few do so with enthusiasm and commitment. Exercise is important for every person but is necessary for patients with Multiple Sclerosis. After reading this article, you should know why...

 

Many people in this world are not big fans of doing exercise. The benefits of physical activity do not carry much value to them and they don’t see the harm in avoiding it. Moreover, they don’t consider it an essential part of wellness. Although chronic diseases convince them to move a couple of muscles, few do so with enthusiasm and commitment.

Exercise is important for every person but is necessary for patients with Multiple Sclerosis. After reading this article, you should know why it is important to exercise for multiple sclerosis patients, the reasons of doing physical activity in MS and problems you may welcome if you do not make exercises part of daily routine. We will also describe some precautions you should take before working out.

What if MS Patients don’t exercise?

A lazy person’s favorite thing to do is to not do anything at all. An MS patient can say that a number of hurdles come in his/her way when he/she thinks about following an exercise program. Those problems include heat intolerance, fatigue, weakness, dizziness, pain and others patients feel after the session. But, the question remains, what if you don’t exercise? Not doing exercise will lead to deconditioning that over time reduces your functional abilities. The result is that your disease gets worse.

You have to choose your exercise program with care and wisdom; one which is designed according to your symptoms. A trained and experienced physiotherapist will help you in this regard. He or She will evaluate your strengths & weaknesses and know your limitations then devise a program accordingly.

Benefits of Exercise for Multiple Sclerosis Patients:

The role of physical activity in Multiple Sclerosis was not recognized a few years back. But, many studies today emphasize the fact that exercise is beneficial in the disease.

A research by White & Dressendorfer, in 2004, advocated that a physically active lifestyle can reduce the progress of the disease. Moreover, exercise is not found to have a negative impact on the severity or degree of the disease.

Another study showed that patients who were physically fit had less damage in parts of the brain which were deteriorated due to MS. “We found that aerobic fitness has a protective effect on parts of the brain that are most affected by multiple sclerosis,” said Ruchika Shaurya Prakash, lead author of the study and assistant professor of psychology at Ohio State University.

Exercise is found to be beneficial in:

  • Reducing relapse rate,
  • Improving performance on neurological tests,
  • improving strength,
  • Slowing progression of the disease,
  • Improving muscular spasm,
  • Lowering lesion volume,
  • Improving balance & coordination,
  • Preserving mobility,
  • Reducing fatigue,
  • Improving cardiovascular fitness, and
  • Amending bladder and bowel function.

Safety Measures to Adopt:

  • Exercise in a safe place: Avoid slippery floors and poor lighting.
  • Do not lift too much weight if you have trouble with your balance; you may injure yourself. It is better to work out within reach of a grab-bar or rail.
  • Stop any time you begin to hurt or you feel sick.
  • Choose an activity you enjoy, and have fun with it. It may be aerobics, Tai Chi, yoga or any other.

What Should I Do if I Get Overheated?

Majority of patients with MS develop intolerance with heat. Therefore, exercising for long invites problems for them. If you are one of those, then follow these tips:

  • Drink plenty of cool water. You need to keep yourself hydrated while working out.
  • Avoid exercising during the hot part of the day (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.).
  • If you notice any symptoms that you didn’t have before you started exercising, slow down or stop until you cool down.
  • Wear light clothes when you work out.

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This is how to manage stress when you have Multiple Sclerosis

  It’s impossible to find someone who can claim to have never experienced stress. You can avoid situations which cause it, but you can’t completely throw it out from your life. However, a person can manage stress. If you have a chronic disease like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), stress management becomes a necessity. It is helpful to know the warning signs which signal it.  Along with this, we will advise some easy ways to keep the negative emotion under control. The tips will help you...

 

It’s impossible to find someone who can claim to have never experienced stress. You can avoid situations which cause it, but you can’t completely throw it out from your life. However, a person can manage stress.

If you have a chronic disease like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), stress management becomes a necessity. It is helpful to know the warning signs which signal it.  Along with this, we will advise some easy ways to keep the negative emotion under control. The tips will help you manage stress and live a healthy life with MS.

Stress and anxiety worsen MS

Multiple Sclerosis brings uncertainty, and this welcomes fear…fear of the unknown, Fear of what the person will experience next. This fear is termed as anxiety. Stress and anxiety have the tendency to worsen the disease. The patient must manage both of these feelings. Stress is very likely to cause fatigue which will negatively affect his or her life.

A Study has shown that stress is one of the common triggers of MS flare-ups and can impact the course of the disease. It can also lead to confusion, and a common MS symptom, depression. Stress can also take away your sleep. It is essential for people with MS to have good sleep. A lack of it is another trigger of MS symptoms.

Warning signs of Stress:warning siggns of stress in multiple sclerosis

Stress gives several warning signs when stress is on its way. These signals may by physical and emotional.

Physical signs

  • Stooped posture
  • Sweaty palms
  • Fatigue
  • Weight gain or loss because you either start eating too much or stop doing so.

Emotional Signs:

  • Get angry
  • Find it hard to concentrate
  • Feel worried
  • Become sad
  • Have frequent mood swings

Managing Stress:

You’d have to follow these tips before stress strikes, to reduce it and to relax

Before Stress Hits in:

Avoidance: It is so great to avoid situations and people which cause stress. Although, it is not possible to completely avoid every negative happening and person especially if that someone is one of your close relatives. Do so to the maximum extent possible.

Reduce Stress:

Deep Breathing: It is the best way to bring more oxygen into your brain. When you are stressed, notice you begin shallow breathing. As a result, your brain receives less oxygen. Deep breathing gives more oxygen to your brain and stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system.

deep breathing

Breathing, or deep breathing, is the best way to lower stress. The best thing about deep breathing is that it is available for free for everyone without any limitation.

Practice this exercise 20 to 30 minutes every day, and when you feel you are beginning to stress out.

  • Inhale through your nose,
  • Breathe deeply from the diaphragm: Your stomach expands more than your chest,
  • Exhale through your mouth.
  • Do not think anything and empty your head for few minutes. Just focus on your breathing.

Relax your muscles: Roll your shoulders in forward and backward directions 5 to 10 times. Relax each and every muscle of your body.

Slowly rotate your head two times in clockwise and counterclockwise directions.

Also, change your lifestyle and follow these tips:

  • Delegate some tasks if there are too many of them.
  • If you didn’t meet each and every goal you had set, it is okay! Don’t push too hard.
  • An MS patient must put himself or herself first. So, learn to say ‘no.
  • Do not set unrealistic standards and difficult goals you can’t reach. You are not a super-human!
  • Take good care of your diet, exercise, and sleep.
  • Stay away from soap operas, and news. The media wants to sensationalize and stimulate emotions in masses.

Manage stress to live a healthy life with Multiple Sclerosis. It is your need now.

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All about MS fatigue, and how to Manage It

  People believe – and they are right to some extant in HAVING THAT POINT of view – fatigue and tiredness are synonymous. If you believe the otherwise, can you tell the difference among fatigue, chronic fatigue and tiredness? And can you differentiate between normal fatigue and MS fatigue? How many days in a week do you feel like lying down the entire day, or walk with clothes soaked into water or that you are carrying a ton of weight on your shoulders? If you have Multiple...

 

People believe – and they are right to some extant in HAVING THAT POINT of view – fatigue and tiredness are synonymous. If you believe the otherwise, can you tell the difference among fatigue, chronic fatigue and tiredness? And can you differentiate between normal fatigue and MS fatigue?

How many days in a week do you feel like lying down the entire day, or walk with clothes soaked into water or that you are carrying a ton of weight on your shoulders? If you have Multiple Sclerosis (MS), you may reply, every day!
Fatigue is one of the earliest and long-lasting symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. It is also a a symptom unique to MS

The National MS Society reported that 80% of patients with Multiple Sclerosis have fatigue. The distinctive quality of MS fatigue is that it comes to not go away.

Fatigue is a long-lasting symptom of MS; therefore, It is essential for the patients to know the symptoms of MS-related fatigue, how to manage it and what f===ood and activities to avoid to prevent it from worsening.

KNOW

Difference between Tiredness, Fatigue and MS fatigue:

Tiredness is a routine body feeling. One may experience it after work and at the end of the day. A person would feel fresh after taking a bath or a nap. Fatigue is; however, not the same.
Fatigue is not relieved by a sleep. It lasts for longer period of time, some days or

  • Tiredness: Lasts for few hours
  • Fatigue: last for a month or less
  • Chronic fatigue: lasts for more than a month to six months or longer.

Here is a difference in the following info-graphic among tiredness, acute fatigue and chronic fatigue.

tiredness and Diffiirent types of fatigue

 

In MS, a person experiences chronic fatigue.

Characteristics of MS fatigue

• Easy come, difficult to go.
• Gets worse as the day passes,
• May occur even after a good night’s sleep,
• Aggravates by humidity and heat,
• Likely to interfere in a person’s ability to function well at home and at work.
• May come with depression and gets worse as time passes.

Symptoms:

Tiredness is just one of the symptoms of MS-related fatigue. There is a lot more involved in it than just weariness. A sufferer of Multiple Sclerosis should notice these symptoms. He/She may have multiple symptoms.

• Consistent tiredness even after sleep
• Heat and humidity worsen fatigue.
• sleepiness
• Stiff shoulders
• nervousness,
• Limbs and eyes feel heavy.
• lack of motivation,
• inability to concentrate
• anxiety, or
• Impatience.

What people say!

People who have never experienced MS-related fatigue can never ever describe how it feels like.
They may hold strong views that MS patients make excuses and don’t try hard enough, or don’t even want to take any action. They will give looks full of surprises to those who say “It’s too hot today. Turn on the air conditioner, I will get tired!”

MANAGE

The secret of a successful affair is good management.

Whatever the affair is poor management ruins it. It is essential for an MS patient to manage fatigue to live a healthy and relaxed life.

Manage MS fatigue:

There is only one way left for patients suffering from MS-related fatigue, manage it.
They have no other choice left!

Some medications cause depression which is a factor responsible for causing fatigue. Consult your doctor if the medicine you use cause weariness.

Here are some tips you can use to manage fatigue:

• Daily exercises: Lack of movement makes muscles week which require more energy. A person has to stay mentally, physically and socially active.
• Eat well: Try to cut down on caffeine, deep fried foods, red meat, fast food, dairy products,
• Efficiently use your energy level.
• Drink plenty of water: don’t dehydrate yourself. Drink eight glasses of water every day.
• Keep your body and mind cool: Keeping the body cool means to avoid prolong presence in heat.
keeping the mind cool means to stay relax and avoid stress.
• Divert your attention away from fatigue. Involve in activities like reading and knitting
• Deep breathing,
• Stay away from energy drinks and soft dirks: Those beverages contain high amount of sugar and caffeine. These also include tea and coffee.
• Meditation

Did we miss anything?

How do you manage fatigues. Tell us in the comments
Also share your experience with MS-related fatigue and anything you’d like to add!.

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What is Brain Fog in Multiple Sclerosis, why MS patients feel it, how to cure it!

  Multiple Sclerosis patients often feel foggy­­. Ever wondered what is Brain Fog, and what connection does it has with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? If you are an MS patient, remember the time when you felt you couldn’t concentrate, couldn’t remember important things, had a heavy head or had a lot of confusion in your mind? This is called brain fog or mental fatigue. Let us tell you that you are not alone in going through that experience! Brain Fog is a common phenomenon in patients with...

 

Multiple Sclerosis patients often feel foggy­­. Ever wondered what is Brain Fog, and what connection does it has with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?

If you are an MS patient, remember the time when you felt you couldn’t concentrate, couldn’t remember important things, had a heavy head or had a lot of confusion in your mind? This is called brain fog or mental fatigue. Let us tell you that you are not alone in going through that experience!

Brain Fog is a common phenomenon in patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). You must address it and get rid of the factors which cause it; otherwise, you’re going to face personal and/or professional problems.

Symptoms:

Brain Fog can steal happiness, motivation and peace from your life. Many factors are responsible for it.

In MS patients, lesions or inflammations in the brain are the main culprits for that experience. So, if MS patients observe any of the following symptoms, then there is inflammation in their brains.

  • Trouble sleeping through the night or insomnia
  • Anxiety,
  • Headaches
  • Forgetfulness And Memory Problems,
  • Low Motivation,
  • Trouble Concentrating,
  • Mildly Depressed,
  • Feeling Hopeless,
  • Feeling confused,
  • Difficulty Exercising,
  • Slow Processing of information,
  • Unable to focus,
  • Confusion,
  • Poor memory, and
  • Stuttering or stammering when speaking,

Causes:

The primary cause of brain fog in MS patients is those we stated above. We now discuss the external factors trigger Brain Fog.

Following external factors participate in causing brain fog in MS patients:

  • Stress and fatigue,
  • Poor diet,
  • Diabetes,
  • Dehydration
  • Infections,
  • Poor blood circulation. and
  • Lack of sleep,

Stress:

Stress is more powerful than you think it is. Everyday stress does not cause Brain Fog, but severe stress develops it. Stress also results in fatigue which is another cause of the condition.

Poor Diet:

Whenever you experience brain fog, the first thing to notice should always be your diet. What did you eat which caused that feeling? How much sugar did you take? Maintained blood sugar is very important for your brain’s health. Make sure that you eat less:

Foods which suck up water in you:

Many dairy products including bakery-made biscuits and wafers dehydrate. Keep a jug of water with you if you eat some.

Processed foods:

These include foods, such as frozen foods and other FMCG products. You may wonder, why processed foods? Processed foods contain an ingredient called monosodium glutamate (MSG), neurotoxins which cause Brain Fog. The ingredient is usually not written as an ingredient, but you can guess the food may contain MSG. Just keep this rule in mind; the saltier a food is the more chances that it contains MSG.

Foods with high sugar amount:

These include, but are not limited to, carbonated drinks (especially, diet drinks). Diet drinks contain artificial sweeteners, Aspartame. High sugar in carbonated drinks disturbs blood-sugar. Your pancreas works more to produce insulin for that increased sugar.

Diabetes:

This disease makes MS more difficult and the patients susceptible to Brain Fog. MS patients need energy in their brain. Glucose is the primary source of energy for the brain.

Fluctuation in the glucose level results in short-term mental fatigue.

Dehydration:

The brain needs water to function. It is the basic substance which composes brain.

Infections:

Taking in and accumulating sugar can only help get low-grade infections, such as Candida yeast or bacterial overgrowth in the gut. In addition, these low-grade infections increase the rate of release of pro-inflammatory messages.

Poor blood circulation:

Poor blood circulation in your brain may cause brain fog. Daily massage your head with your fingers and with almond oil.

Lack of Sleep:

Everyone needs a good night’s sleep. Resting at night is important for the brain to recover its health and functions.

Sleep irregularity can welcome emotional and mental stress, And stress causes heavy head and foggy brain.

Prevention & Cure:

Eat Regularly:

We also advise to not skip meals. The primary cause of foggy brain is the problem with food. Take food rich in Omega 3, 6 and9 fatty acids, complex B vitamins and magnesium.

Include fishes in your diet. Fishes have Omega 3 fatty acid in them.  You can also intake Omega 3 supplements such as Seven Seas which is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids.

Abandon soft-drinks:

They are killers. Soft-drinks have a lot of sugar, and diet carbonated beverages have artificial sugar, aspartame. The increased sugar may result in a disease which itself causes Brain Fog, diabetes.

Quit Smoking:

Smoking is injurious to health!

This phrase is not a cliché but it has a lot of meanings. Along with many other negative effects, smoking produces free radicals in your body. Free radicals can cause brain fog and poor metal health.

Manage stress:

We have discussed this along with some tips to do so in an earlier post. Don’t forget to check that out. In brief, work on your breathing, take deep breaths, practice meditation, and try to be as relaxed as possible.

Take Lot of zZZ:

Humans need 7-9 hours of uninterrupted sleep. Make sure that you take good-night-sleep and have a little nap too.

As a permanent patient with Multiple Sclerosis, you have responsibly of your health. Remember that a healthy brain results in a healthy body.

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The devastating impact of British rule on India and Indian economy

  Majority of intellects in Pakistan firmly believe the British Raj – when Britain ruled over India from 1857 to 1947 – was a flourishing period. Their views depict their lack of knowledge about history. Not knowing that the impact of British rule on India  was very very negative! Britain destroyed each and every aspect of Indian culture and economy, especially those which are related to Muslims. India was more prosperous than it was during and before the British Raj. In this article,...

 

Majority of intellects in Pakistan firmly believe the British Raj – when Britain ruled over India from 1857 to 1947 – was a flourishing period. Their views depict their lack of knowledge about history. Not knowing that the impact of British rule on India  was very very negative!

Britain destroyed each and every aspect of Indian culture and economy, especially those which are related to Muslims.

India was more prosperous than it was during and before the British Raj. In this article, we will explain how Britain looted India, what are the impacts of British rule on the Indian economy, and how she destroyed its economy, architecture, education, religion & culture.

Britain in India:

Britain set its foot in India in 1600 C.E. Akbar’s son, Jahangir, was ruling India during that time. Whether Jahangir was a corrupt and irresponsible ruler is a different story. History proved that allowing Britain to form trade with India and its company – the East India Company – to enter the land was his biggest blunder

Britain Destroying Indian Industry:

At the time Britain stepped foot on India, the country was participating with 23% of global GDP.

By the end of the eighteenth century, Britain was shifting its method of earning from the land to the industry. India was a mouth-watering economy then. She was a country which was as manufacturing as it was agricultural. For Britain’s industry and economy to work effectively, It was important for it to deindustrialize India.

A first look at the history gives a clear thought of the British’s motive to loot all the riches of the land. As an implication, it was mandatory for Britain to make India its colony. Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister, stated this observation in his book, the discovery of India.

The discovery of India by Nehru pp. 301

The discovery of India pp. 301

Impacts on poverty:

Britain applied every policy to destroy Indian industry and decay its agriculture. The idea was to lower her status from a manufacturing country to an agricultural country. They (the British) not only looted the land’s treasures, but also the word ‘loot’ in Hindi dictionary along with the word’s true spirit.

the discovery of India pp. 301

the discovery of India pp. 301

Poverty was on the rise in India due to British despotic policies. Britain was successful in lowering India to the point she is today.

Britain sought to destroy Indian economy

Colonial Britain tried its every effort to destroy Indian economy. The imposed tariffs and duties on Indian products aided her to achieve those goals.

  • Britain left India with less than 4% share of global GDP.
  • India became world’s biggest purchaser of Britain’s finished goods
  • Indian share in global exports dropped to less than 2% from 27%.
  • India was exporting raw material and importing finished goods from Britain.
  • Violence and racism was the reality of colonialism.

Railways and roads were built to serve
the
British.

  • British aid to India was 0.4% of its total

Indians were purchasing products from Britain at higher prices for the products they were producing at lower costs.

Pakistan follows a similar practice. They locally produce goods at lower rates and buy goods after those are given a brand-name at very higher prices.

Interestingly, Pakistani people brag about using ‘foreign goods’ and look down upon local people because they use ‘home-made products.

Destroying Indian Culture:

  • Ethnic, racial & religious tension were the direct result of the British experience.
  • Most of the Islamic schools-of-thoughts are formation of the era of the British raj.
  • British soldiers engraved their names on historical monuments, such as the Red Fort of Lahore, to ruin the archeological remains.

Final Words

Should the people of then India, which has now decomposed into Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, demand reparation? I believe Britain should return the treasures they looted along with an apology.

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Some Gadgets You Can Control With Mind

  You had only seen in Hollywood movies that a scientist wears freaky-looking headsets and gadgets which read his mind. He could then control objects. Let us tell you, it’s not in science-fiction movies anymore. Such headsets are real now. Prius by Deeplocal Parlee and Deeplocal created a bike that actually allows its rider to shift gears using only his/her thoughts. The custom helmet has sensors which will detect brain signals and communicate with the bike. It is also equipped with an...

 

You had only seen in Hollywood movies that a scientist wears freaky-looking headsets and gadgets which read his mind. He could then control objects. Let us tell you, it’s not in science-fiction movies anymore. Such headsets are real now.

Prius bike

Prius by Deeplocal

Parlee and Deeplocal created a bike that actually allows its rider to shift gears using only his/her thoughts. The custom helmet has sensors which will detect brain signals and communicate with the bike.

It is also equipped with an iPhone app which detects rider’s

  • Hear rate
  • Speed
  • Cadence

The bike; however, will not be available in the market anytime soon. Maybe after 10 years, it will be.

 

Emotive EPOCEmotiv EPOC

Emotiv EPOC is made by Emotiv systems, an Australia-based company. The company develops brain-computer interfaces based on electroencephalography technology (EEG).

With EPOC you can control keyboard and mouse pointer on a computer or on a laptop. Emotiv EPOC has a gyroscope in the headpiece. The gyroscope helps you to move the mouse cursor by moving your head.

The headset needs training before use so that it can detect your brain signals and interpret what actually you want to do. Emotiv EPOC can also be used to play games – Cool, isn’t it. A few games are available on Emotiv’s website to play with EPOC. One of them is Emotipong which is a regular old pong.

 

BrainDriver

BrainDriver

This is one of my favourites. BrainDriver is actually a project conceived by German professor Paul Rojas. It utilizes the power features of the Emotiv EEG headset.

This means that you can control the car’s movements with your thoughts only.This will prove a blessing for handicapped and special people. This is the reason why I like this.

Mind Controlled Lights by Philips

Mind-controlled Lights

The dutch-giant Philips developed a lighting system which can turn on and off light with thoughts only. This is another blessing for paralyzed people.

The person wears a headset which reads brain signals  It then connects to a tablet computer that transmits lighting commands to the Philips Hue lighting control system. The control system turns light on or off and adjusts brightness &colourss of LED lights.

 

MUSE

Created by a Toronto-based company called InteraXon, MUSE can relax your brain in a stressful and overwhelmed day. The headband has sensors to measure and track your brain activity.

It works with an accompanying mobile app called Calm to train your mind to be more focused and calm.

DARPA Prosthetic Arm

DARPA Prosthetic Arm

This is another favourite gadget of mine. This gadget is an example of the benefits technology can bring to humans. DARPA’s Prosthetic Arm is a blessing for those who can’t lift anything because they don’t have any limb.

Fired up by brain cells, the prosthetic arm can be controlled with the mind. This makes carrying out regular activities easy.

Orbit Helicopter

Orbit helicopter

You can control this little gadget by Puzzlebox with your brain using an EEG headset, like Nuerosky MindWave headset. Just relax, concentrate and make that baby fly in the air.

 

 

Its source code, hardware schematics, 3D models, and the step-by-step hacking instructions are published freely online.

Final Words:

The gadgets are great, but each one comes with a unique ‘headset’. This means that for every activity, I need to wear a separate headset. Wear the Emotiv EPOC when working on a computer. And when stressed up and want to relax, put it off and put on the MUSE headset! Anyway, these were some gadgets – in baby stages – you can use to control physical objects.

 

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