Qigong for Multiple Sclerosis
Release Date:01 Apr 2010

Qigong for Multiple Sclerosis

Finding Your Feet Again

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a chronic disease which attacks the centralnervous system, can cause numbness in the limbs, loss of vision, andeven paralysis. This book provides advice on using Qigong to improvethe physical abilities, such as balance and walking, of people withMS.

A step-by-step guide to managing Multiple Sclerosis using Qigong,this book explores the concept of Qi (energy) and how this is relevantto the treatment of MS. It contains a wealth of appropriate, clearlyexplained Qigong exercises. Advice on nutrition and a suggested dailyactivity schedule are also included.

Based on scientific research, this practical book will help peoplewith MS to improve their health and quality of life.

RELATED TOPICS: Health & Well-Being, Qigong

Nigel Mills is an accredited Clinical Psychologistand Cranio Sacral Therapist as well as a teacher of Qi Gong.

1 Background to this book

2 What is "Qi"?

3 MS from a Qi Point of View

4 What is Qigong

5 Qigong for MS: The Exercises

6 Qi and Nutrition

7 The Interaction Between MS, Qi and Stress (and what you can doabout it)

8 Summary of the Programme: Your Daily Activity Schedule. Referencesand Useful Websites
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