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E. Jonathan, Content Team Lead, Degree in Literature, Los Angeles, California
Answered Nov 21, 2019
When a nurse identifies a patient diagnosed with multiple sclerosis while reviewing stress management techniques, what he or she would consider as the most appropriate is relaxing the patient in a warm bubble bath.
Taking Yoga in a cool room might not really work, while sunbathing and cross-country running will be neither efficient nor effective at all. Multiple sclerosis can be a real long time illness and will most likely be accompanied by being stressed out sometimes.
The symptoms that you see when stress is setting in due to multiple sclerosis include getting angry, feeling worried, finding it hard to concentrate, becoming sad, and experiencing frequent mood swings. The physical signs involve sweaty palms, abnormal weight loss or gain, stooped posture, and fatigue.
The things that can be done to reduce stress include taking good times to relax, eating well-balanced meals, exercising regularly, getting enough rest and sleep, and watching and guarding against behavioral reactions due to stress.
Submerging yourself in warm water when you have multiple sclerosis is a pleasant way to relax stressed and tense muscles. Hydrotherapy has been practiced for centuries. It helps people who are suffering from discomfort and severe pain in their back or spine.
It helps reduce inflammation caused by arthritis or other muscular diseases. Incorporating the use of Epsom salts can help improve circulation and draw out toxins and body aches. Don’t put the water on hot, as this can be detrimental for someone with multiple sclerosis.