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eBook Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally: A Self-help Guide to Living with MS ePub

eBook Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally: A Self-help Guide to Living with MS ePub

by Judy Graham

  • ISBN: 1594772908
  • Category: Diseases and Physical Ailments
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Judy Graham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Healing Arts Press; 3rd Edition, Revised, Revised and Updated Edition of Multiple Sclerosis edition (June 24, 2010)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1239 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1916 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 461

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Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally is a must have resource for those with Multiple Sclerosis. Judy Graham’s book should be essential reading for all with MS and for the families and friends of those suffering.

Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally is a must have resource for those with Multiple Sclerosis. This is the book that should be given to people when they receive their diagnosis. In fact, anyone who thinks they might have MS should probably pick up a copy. It is up-beat without being facile, and it surveys the field simply and intelligently. The clear way in which Ms. Graham tackles the contentious issue of diet is extremely welcome.

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Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally : A Self-Help Guide to Living with MS. by Judy Graham. MS Judy Graham is an inspiration.

According to Judy Graham, author of the book Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally: A Self-Help Guide to Living with MS, myelin cell membranes that contain omega-3 fatty acids are more fluid, which improves the efficiency o. .

According to Judy Graham, author of the book Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally: A Self-Help Guide to Living with MS, myelin cell membranes that contain omega-3 fatty acids are more fluid, which improves the efficiency of nerve impulse conduction. She also points out in her book that rates of multiple sclerosis are lower in areas of high fish consumption. I eat lots of wild salmon and supplement with this krill oil daily. So if you’re trying to rebuild myelin, it’s a good idea to limit your exposure to EMFs. How do you that? I'm still learning about how to manage and combat them, but here are some initial steps you can take: Get an EMF meter to determine your exposure.

Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally. Author: Graham, Judy. Self-Help Psychology and Help Books. Manuscript Psychology & Help Self-Help Books. She is the author of six books, including Multiple Sclerosis and Having a Baby, and lives in London. Country of Publication. Psychology & Help Self-Help Paperback Books. Shonda Rhimes Psychology & Help Self-Help Books. Self-Help Paperback Books.

This book covers a broad spectrum of topics related to MS and its effects, focusing especially on the needs of.

This book covers a broad spectrum of topics related to MS and its effects, focusing especially on the needs of those who have been living with the disease for some time. Practical tips on self-care are designed to promote maximum independence, well-being, and productivity.

on her seminal work of 1989, ‘Multiple sclerosis: a self-help guide to its management’.

Judy Graham was diagnosed with MS when just 26 years old. It is a testament to her extraordinary positivity and self-reliance that she did not just accept the prevailing medical paradigm in 1974 of inevitable progressive neurological deterioration. And so to 2010, and Judy’s new book Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally is published, building on her seminal work of 1989, ‘Multiple sclerosis: a self-help guide to its management’.

In these audio podcasts, people with multiple sclerosis describe their highs, lows and personal triumphs, pre and .

In these audio podcasts, people with multiple sclerosis describe their highs, lows and personal triumphs, pre and post MS diagnosis.

Managing MS Naturally by Judy Graham I try to live by the ethos of a good manager in my life with MS: I don’t have to know all the answers, I just need to know where to find all th.

Managing MS Naturally by Judy Graham. Yoga and Multiple Sclerosis: A Journey to Health and Healing by Lauren M. Fishman, . Dietary Supplements and Multiple Sclerosis: A Health Professional’s Guide by Allen C. Bowling, . Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: An Evidence-Based Guide to Recovery by George Jelinek, . Cooking Well: Multiple Sclerosis: Over 75 Easy and Delicious Recipes for Nutritional Healing by Marie-Annick Courtier and Vincent F. Macaluso, . I try to live by the ethos of a good manager in my life with MS: I don’t have to know all the answers, I just need to know where to find all the answers.

A totally revised and updated edition of the first book to offer a holistic approach to slowing the progression of MS • Provides guidance on special diets and nutritional supplements, exercise, alternative therapies, and the effects of negative and positive thoughts on MS • Explains how to reduce toxic overload from mercury and chemicals • Includes life wisdom and coping strategies from others who suffer with MS Judy Graham is an inspiration. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when she was just 26 years old, 35 years later Judy Graham is still walking, working, and has successfully birthed and raised a son who is now an adult. In this totally revised and updated edition of her groundbreaking Multiple Sclerosis, first published in 1984, she shares the natural treatments that have helped her and many others with MS stabilize or even reverse the condition. Beginning with the effects of diet, she explains that many people with MS have been eating the wrong foods and shows which foods are “good” and “bad,” how to recognize food sensitivities, and how to correct nutritional deficiencies using dietary supplements. She also looks at reducing the body’s toxic overload, whether from mercury amalgam fillings, chemicals, or medications. She presents the exercises with proven benefits for MS she has found most reliable and appropriate, such as yoga, pilates, and t’ai chi, and explores alternative therapies that provide relief and support to the body’s efforts to control MS, including acupuncture, reflexology, shiatsu, reiki, and ayurveda. Most important are the insights she provides on the effects of negative thoughts on MS. She demonstrates how a positive mental attitude can actually slow down or even reverse the progression of this disease. Judy Graham is living proof that, as devastating as a diagnosis of MS is, life can still be lived to its fullest.

Comments

Arihelm Arihelm
I was diagnosed with MS a year ago and am really liking this book. It has the best information I have found to date and I have completely changed the way I eat. So far no major changes with the MS, but I am losing weight rapidly and am getting very committed to this life style change that the book is a proponent of.
Celore Celore
I was looking for a book to give a friend who was recently diagnosed. I read all the preview pages from all the books available through amazon and this was on of two that I liked the best. (the other being Minding my Mitochondria) this is a general overview of pretty much anything that will help alleviate and control symptoms. Contains pretty much everything that anybody else has ever mentioned though not everything is gone into in detail. for those topics only briefly alluded to, further resources, like books or sites, are listed. you'll find everything from the mundane and tested to the profound and experimental in here
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Kerry Kerry
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Ynye Ynye
Great book with lots of information. Written so anyone can understand it. I would recommend that anyone young or old read this and consider the information in it.

If you know anyone with MS or have it yourself-this is a wonderful guide.
Lanadrta Lanadrta
Great book. Very informative.
NiceOne NiceOne
Info in book is a bit outdated.
Ger Ger
Trying to help our daughter through this.
Since recently being diagnosed with MS I have been searching out information. After finding several books that were written from the "medical perspective" (meaning nasty drugs and little hope) I was beginning to get discouraged until finding this book! It is much more in-line with my beliefs that a holistic approach to health is best, and offers very encouraging stories of people who have overcome devastation and gone on to live productive, happy lives while embracing this mysterious illness. A wonderful guide of what has worked for others!