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This is a snap shot about the author and why she built the App.
After being diagnosed with MS, I noticed there were many books and websites providing facts and information. Currently there are Apps in the market place that help with logging doctors appointments, reminders to take pills and other important features. But I felt that there could be far more to an App than just the medical side. One that does the above as well offering the opportunity of being interactive with other MS suffers. A forum to share and support each other, hear about forthcoming events, learn about the latest medical research, write down how you are feeling that day and new symptoms, jot down a 'to do; list. and have fun things to do whilst waiting for your doctors appointments sitting reception. ,
Founded : 2017
Title : Jeannie
Mission : To provide useful information, interactive support, some fun and guidance. ,
Daily Positive Phrases
Pick a different saying to read every day.
'The Purpose of life is to matter. To count, to stand for something, to have it make some difference that we lived at all. '
By, Leo Rosten (polish-born American writer)
'The best way to cheer yourself up, is to cheer someone else up'
By, Mark Twain (American writer and Humorist)
'Perfectionism is a lost cause. Focus your energy on being the est you can be.'
By, Domonique Bertolucci"Courage is grace under pressure." -- Ernest Hemingway
"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning." By-- Albert EinsteinIt does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop."
By: Confucius"Once you choose hope, anything's possible." -- Christopher Reeve"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched -- they must be felt with the heart." -- Helen Keller
Information about Alternative Therapies.
Some people prefer “natural” remedies . Without doubt, if you are feeling depressed, then obtaining help and support in which ever way is best for you is definitely worth while and will help you cope better with MS.
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) is a very good way of talking it through, it can work on its own or in conjunction with anti-depressants.
Depression from MS can make some people tend to want to be alone and stay away from others. This is fine as long as it’s only for a few days, otherwise it becomes unhealthy.
Psychotherapy can be very effective for treating depression. In fact, research suggests that psychotherapy combined with other forms of treatments are likely to be the best form of treatment. CBT (Cognitive Behavioral therapy) is particularly useful when treating depression.
There are other effective approaches too. It is important to find a therapist with whom you feel comfortable, and who can work through this depression with you.
There are anti-depressant medications which can be effective (subject to agreement with your GP) but they generally require several weeks or more to have a full effect. Anti-depressants are not a “quick-fix” It is therefore also important to do alternative therapy at the same time (non-medicated). i.e. exercise, CBT, psychotherapy etc.
Complementary and alternative medicines.
These are alternative types of medicines which are not considered mainstream medical care.
Most people with MS take an active interest in managing their health, and it is estimated that between 50 and 75 per cent have used complementary or alternative medicine as part of their lifestyle. Some people have their own thoughts on this and are very judgmental towards alternative therapy as they feel it’s a waste of time.
It is totally up to you as to what you decide to do; you don't have anything to loose, all I will say is that you won’t know unless you try!
Alternative medicine can take longer to work in the system compared to approved medical drugs. Alternative medicines are all made from natural ingredients.
Some people find the 'holistic' approach to treatment appeals, as it may look beyond the physical and take emotional and spiritual issues into account too.
Whatever the reason behind this treatment choice, many people with MS report that complementary and alternative therapies help them to feel better and people find that they feel more in control of their emotions and well being.
Are there any complementary and alternative therapies recommended for MS?
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guideline on MS sets out how MS should be treated by the NHS. These recommendations are based on research evidence and it is the first time a document of this kind has mentioned complementary and alternative medicine.
The guideline says that there is some evidence that reflexology, massage, t'ai chi, magnetic field therapy, fish oils and the combination of some forms of complementary therapy (known as ‘multi-modal therapy') may be helpful for people with MS in terms of their general sense of well-being.
However, it goes on to say there is insufficient research evidence to give firm recommendations.
The good thing about the approach NICE took is that it brings the use of complementary and alternative medicines out into the open. You do not need to feel reluctant to talk to your doctors about complementary and alternative medicines you wish to use or are using – quite the opposite and the NICE guideline recommends you do just that.
When things go wrong as they sometimes will.
When the road you're on seems all up hill.
When the funds are low and the debts are high, and you want to smile, but you have to sigh. When life is pressing you down a bit, Rest, if you must, BUT don't you quit.
Life is odd with its twists and turns, As everyone of us sometimes learns, and may a failure come about, when you might have won, but you stuck it out.
Don't give up, though the pace seems slow You might succeed with another go.
Success is failure turned inside out. The silver tint of the clouds of doubt. And you never can tell how close you are, it may be near when it seems afar.
So, stick to the fight when you're hardest hit It’s when things seem worst that you....
MUST NOT QUIT
Believe in yourself
A positive quote when you feeling down.
Believe in yourself and remember that anything is possible
Believe in what makes you feel good,
Believe in the dreams you have always wanted to come true and give them every chance to ….
Life holds no promises as to what will come your way.
You must search for your own ideals and work towards reaching them.
Life makes no guarantees as to what you will have.
It just gives you time to make choices and to take chances and to discover whatever secrets that might come your way.
If you are willing to take the opportunities you are given and utilities the abilities you have, you will constantly fill your life with special moments and unforgettable times.
No one knows the mysteries of life or its ultimate meaning, but if you are willing to believe in yourself and your dreams, then anything can happen.
Life is a precious gift in which anything is possible.
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