Do anything…

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Do anything ….

I think getting multiple sclerosis is a terrible thing at any time of life,, in my case I was 48 and had been lucky enough to have done so many things, not just the exciting speed related things but the travel as well had been amazing. I worked it out the other day that I’ve been to 23 countries around the world, some only fleeting trips but others like the USA where I’ve lived, worked and had been to 22 of the 50 states, so I consider myself very lucky really. If I’d got MS at 30 yrs old then a lot of my adventures would never have happened.

Because of my inquisitive mind and the years working for Dr Huggins in Colorado I’ve developed a very strong interest in health, obviously very much linked to my own problem, multiple sclerosis and now I’m following the protocol developed by Ann Boroch to rid the body of this disease.

There are very detailed guidelines regarding foods that should and shouldn’t be eaten as well as the natural supplements that aid the various organs compensate and adjust to the changes that have to happen in order for this to be successful.

However something the guidelines can’t account for is the fact that everyone is different, our age, now and when we contracted the disease will mean a variance in the ability of the organs to function correctly. Gender, lifestyle, location, support system and thousands of other variables. A 50,000 piece jigsaw puzzle combined with a Rubix cube are child’s play in comparison,  the fact that it can feel as if I’m trying to solve a never ending puzzle thar when a wrong move is made it isn’t just a frustrating try again problem, it’s a really painful debilitating experience that can easily push me off the path. I’m referring to the horrendous experience in the early hours of Thursday morning. At the time, as weak and motionless as a newborn babe, sitting there freezing cold but covered in sweat with the coordination of someone trying to thread a needle while wearing boxing gloves, then yes I was thinking of giving up. Actually saying I was thinking isn’t really accurate because the thought came and went in the blink of an eye.  The ABP works, it does however require me to read labels, to be strong mentally, to be determined and to want one thing more than anything else, to want to win and will do anything to make that happen and nothing is going to change that.

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