I came across an article on Caring.com that succinctly explains why I ought to be moving a whole lot more than I am now. Have a look.
Improved cognitive function
I could use some of that!
Less deterioration of brain white matter
I’ll take some of that too!!
What the heck am I waiting for?
Ugh, what a lame excuse. Even before I was diagnosed, I knew I should be exercising.
So… how to incorporate exercise in bad weather?
Well, there are 10 flights of stairs in the building at work. That’s a start… but not all 10 of them on the first try!! Oh goodness me, no! I’ll start with 5 and see how that goes.
A perfect time to do it is around 3:00, when the afternoon slump hits. Once I make this a regular activity, maybe after a week or two, I’ll probably be motivated to look into other activities.
You just gotta start somewhere!
- How to Exercise With Multiple Sclerosis (brighthub.com)
- Persons with Balance Issues Related to Stroke, Brain Injuries or Multiple Sclerosis Find Relief in Boston This Week with BalanceWear Stabilizing Garments (eon.businesswire.com)