Last reply 3 months ago
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Hi everyone
I’ve just found this page after being diagnosed in June 2018. I am determined to beat this and do yoga every day and swim three times a week. My balance is poor and my legs pretty weak but still very determined, and I know that my symptoms are nowhere near those of others.
I’ve recently found OMS (overcoming MS) and am following their regime. I am attending a conference next weekend and am wondering whether anyone else is doing this?

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stumbler
3 months ago

Hi @julie_wake . Swimming and Yoga get the thumbs up from me.

Regarding OMS, I assume you’ve obtained your free copy of their book about the program? https://overcomingms.org/resources/overcoming-multiple-sclerosis-book


peterfrancis
3 months ago

@juli_wake

Hi and welcome to the site.


julie_wake
3 months ago

Thanks guys
I do have their book but I didn’t get it free and paid for it – silly me! As I said I’m going up to Edinburgh for the conference next Saturday and really looking forward to it!


julie_wake
3 months ago

By the way I love the name “stumbler”! I wish I’d thought of that.


cakeangie
3 months ago

I follow OMS in a fashion, flax seed instead of flax seed oil and eat a little meat ( I couldn’t keep my iron levels up as a veggie) but I have cut out processed food and diary, cut salt and sugar, eat more fish and loads of fruit/veg/nuts/pluses. Am I relapse and symptom free? No. Do I feel I’m giving my body the best chance and fuel? Hell yes! Good luck and enjoy the conference


julie_wake
3 months ago

It is obviously a personal choice but it is much easier to get protein without eating meat or dairy. It can be a step up but to me it’s worth it and the good in their recipe books is great.

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