My name is Amanda Campbell, and I was diagnosed with MS when I was 24. It rocked me and transformed me. Learning how to walk again led me a to career change from Fashion and today I am a Speaker, Sports Kinesiologist and MS Ambassador for MS Limited. I am also the founder of Bend Like Bamboo, my wellbeing program designed to maximise resilience, health. and performance.
In honour of World MS Day this Thursday 30th May I am taking part in the #MSSisterhood Campaign by MS Limited #msgetinvolved, to talk about my #myinvisible symptoms, supporting each other and the wider MS community by forming a supportive environment.
In 2009 at age 29 my symptoms became very visible as I was paralysed and could not walk. Because the the brain and spinal cord are affected, your nervous system controls many of your body’s processes that may lead to symptoms when that are not functioning correctly, that can be quite invisible.
For me this can be bladder urgency/frequency, fatigue, digestive issues and sometimes balance issues.
Please enjoy a video I created to learn more about what it can feel like living with MS and invisible symptoms. I believe that a supportive environment promotes a healing environment x
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