MS and exercise

Exercise in multiple sclerosis

A Majority of people don’t know the nature or symptoms of some diseases; they’re content with what they hear about from friends or media.  Let’s first identify multiple sclerosis in few simple words; MS (Multiple Sclerosis) is a disease that affects the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) when complicated dysfunctions occur to the…

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Exercise through pregnancy

Exercise during pregnancy is not prohibited. On the contrary, all researches state that exercise helps to develop abilities in muscle controlling during labor and in delivery.  Exercise also minimizes common pregnancy problems like hemorrhoids and bladder leaks. If there aren’t any other health disorders (conditions) caused by pregnancy like diabetes and high blood pressure, then…

Bariatric methods

Exercise and bariatric

Bariatric is the medical field that deals with obesity with a surgical method. It is applied when BMI surpasses 35. In this type of therapy, various physician specialties participate, internists, endocrinologists, psychiatrists, nutritionists and physical trainers or healthcare adviser (Health Coach) until the treatment is complete. In some cases, people with a BMI 30-35 are…

Diastasis Recti

Exercise after pregnancy

Every woman’s challenge after childbirth is to regain her pre-pregnancy figure and lose all the weight gained through pregnancy. Exercise is the key word to obtain the best results and the sooner you start, the better the results. Studies confirm the importance of exercise in the prevention of postpartum depression (postnatal depression), which is responsible…

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Childhood obesity

Child obesity is one of many challenges we are facing in the twenty-first century as a global phenomenon. It is observed that it is increasing dramatically in countries with low – moderate income. In 2013 it was estimated that approximately 42 million children are overweight and obese worldwide, of which 31 million live in developing…