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How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain

How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/07/2 ... the-brain/

Brooding, which is known among cognitive scientists as morbid rumination, is a mental state familiar to most of us, in which we can’t seem to stop chewing over the ways in which things are wrong with ourselves and our lives. This broken-record fretting is not healthy or helpful. It can be a precursor to depression and is disproportionately common ...
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Believe it or not! part 5

I am 59. I have had secondary progressive MS since 1983. I have spent the last four years researching and experimenting with magnets, electromagnetic fields, and steel. I am a qualified engineer in retirement because of MS. I have a wealth of experience of this science, and can contnue as follows -

Welcome back. You will now understand why I believe that MS has nothing to do with light levels and hence Vitamin D.To summarize ...
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Believe it or not! part 3

I am 59. I have had secondary progressive MS since 1983. I have spent the last four years researching and experimenting with magnets, electromagnetic fields, and steel. I am a qualified engineer in retirement because of MS. I have a wealth of experience of this science, and can contnue as follows -

No, I am not a t.v. that was an error! For example, if you have drawn your molecules at about 45 degrees to ...
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Believe it or not! part 3

I am 59. I have had secondary progressive MS since 1983. I have spent the last four years researching and experimenting with magnets, electromagnetic fields, and steel. I am a qualified engineer in retirement because of MS. I have a wealth of experience of this science, and can contnue as follows -

We live in a world of tiny electromagnetic fields from ultra low frequency, 50Hz and upwards passing through the frquency spectrums of radio, ...
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Believe it or not! part 2

I am 59. I have had secondary progressive MS since 1983. I have spent the last four years researching and experimenting with magnets, electromagnetic fields, and steel. I am a qualified engineer in retirement because of MS. I have a wealth of experience of this science, and can contnue as follows -

When we sleep at night our bodies are approximately stationary with respect to the Earths magnetic field and horizontal. Draw a horizontal line ...
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Believe it or not!

I am 59. I have had secondary progressive MS since 1983. I have spent the last four years researching and experimenting with magnets, electromagnetic fields, and steel. I am a qualified engineer in retirement because of MS. I have a wealth of experience of this science, and therefore can state with confidence -

Multiple Sclerosis is PHYSICS not CHEMISTRY. It is not causeed by some chemical element in the auto-immune system that mistakenly attacks myelin ...
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RELAPSES

Hi all,
I was diagnosed in March this year but I have had MS for 8-10yrs apparently.
I have a question about relapses. How do I know if I'm having a relaps or if it's just a "crappy MS day"? Does relaps automatically mean new brain lesions?

Thank you for your time :-C
Anna
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How often is it allowed to use solumedrol to treat relapses?

Hello to everyone! I’m new to this forum and I hope someone can help me to make a decision.
I was diagnosed with MS 3 years ago. At that time I got IV steroids to ease my symptoms and everything was quite fine till last summer (August 2015), when I felt numbness in my feet. My doctor proposed IV steroids again. I also started to take Copaxone in October 2015. Than in February 2016 I ...
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Tamoxifen ‘could promote myelin repair’

Tamoxifen, also known as Nolvadex, a widely used treatment for breast cancer, could also be used to treat myelin loss in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), a new study suggests...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/tamoxifen-%E2%80%98could-promote-myelin-repair%E2%80%99-080916
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