I've been dealing with MS since 2013 but I also have fibromyalgia. As of today I'm taking Cymbalta and Tecfidera. My question is that I'm trying to loose weight but it is impossible.
Nothing is impossible. You simply need to reconsider the barriers and the options. You also need to figure out if losing weight should be your top priority at present.
If it is so important, what is getting in the way of this goal? Do you have advice on diet? Do you have an exercise coach? Do you have a place to work out? Do you have transportation? Are you adjusting your daily schedule to accommodate a minimum 30 minutes of exercise (preferably 45 to 60 minutes)? Are you able to cut down to 1200 calories a day and increase your activity level? Do you need a group to help keep you on track? Have you contacted Daryl Kucera about joining his online exercise group that you can do from your living room? READ MORE
There are solutions to all of these questions. Break the problem down into smaller pieces and then work on solutions to those smaller bits. Get help wherever you need it from your doctors and other groups. Even a local YMCA can be of help. Everything is less daunting if you take an analytical approach to the problem.
Revere (Rip) Kinkel MD
Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Program
Director of Hillcrest Neurology
Professor of Clinical Neurosciences
University of California San Diego
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