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Issue #254: The Lack of Accessible Fitness Programmes for People with Disabilities & Chronic Fatigue is More Complex Than Just ‘Tired’

Issue #254: The Lack of Accessible Fitness Programmes for People with Disabilities & Chronic Fatigue is More Complex Than Just ‘Tired’

Friday, 26 February 2021. Issue #254.

In This Issue: The Need for More Accessible Fitness Programmes & More

  1. One of the biggest problems with exercise and disability is the huge lack of accessible fitness programmes.
  2. Chronic fatigue is all consuming and affects your cognition function; it is much more complex than just ‘tired’.
  3. Even if they’d like to be more social, people with chronic illness need to rest a lot because that what their bodies demand.
  4. Our brain processes the day’s information and moves them to long-term memory storage during REM sleep.
  5. It doesn’t have to be a huge lifestyle overhaul as that can be miserable! But every little bit of improvement in our wellbeing helps.
  6. With the death of every language comes the death of a way of thinking and problem solving, which impacts all areas of society, research and more.
  7. The consequences of living with fibromyalgia is that a full night of sleep won’t do anything, and by that time, chronic pain would taken control of your body.
  8. Over time, you may come to realise how much your body wants the best for you, instead of being the abusive bitch you thought it was.
  9. One of the worst things you can do to your self-esteem with chronic illness is to compare yourself to others; we are all on different life paths, with different challenges and at different times in our lives.
  10. Our healing and health with chronic illness is our own business; we don’t wish for your advice, unless asked for.

*Note: This article is meant for educational purposes, and is based on each person’s individual experiences and circumstances. It is not to be substituted for medical advice. Please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols.

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