Reflecting on setbacks

Living a normal life with minimum to no physical or mental challenges is a common desire. However, life is full of challenges, and overcoming them is what makes us stronger. It’s important to note that everyone faces challenges in life, and it’s how we respond to them that matters.  While it’s natural to desire aContinue reading “Reflecting on setbacks”

Roadmap for a healthy brain

The brain is considered by many to be the most important organ in the human body, There are valid reasons for this belief as it controls and coordinates actions and reactions, allows us to think and feel, and enables us to have memories and emotions as well as personality and consciousness – all the thingsContinue reading “Roadmap for a healthy brain”

Let’s see

Every single sense is extremely important for living. Truly, when you lose one, it suddenly becomes the most important. Personally, I always considered the sense of sight to be one of the most important senses and was already unhappy about being short-sighted and astigmatic, not to mention having optic neuritis as a symptom of multipleContinue reading “Let’s see”

Energy – cross and delight

The vast majority of people  strive to achieve and maintain a high energy level early in the morning and throughout the day. However, this is one of the biggest topics I believe no one can understand and it can’t be fully explained: being tired even if you haven’t done much. This constant fatigue can beContinue reading “Energy – cross and delight”

A broken immune system

Our entire body, and in particular the immune system, knows the best. I completely appreciate this is a significant statement, particularly when the immune system appears to be “broken”, not functioning according to its natural role and attacks ourselves.  However, I still love my immune system and its ability to fight external pathogens and itContinue reading “A broken immune system”

About Multiple Sclerosis

Disclaimer This blog and all the contents are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because ofContinue reading “About Multiple Sclerosis”

A life changing diagnosis

I don’t really like to talk about myself. However, here I am, starting the first sentence of this blog post with the first-person pronoun and writing about myself, in particular the health condition that has affected most of my life and the ways I’m facing it, the tricks and benefits discovered and tested along theContinue reading “A life changing diagnosis”

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