ES and exercise

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ES and exercise

Fizzy
Just recently I started walking a lot (in a low emf area) and found an improvement in my symptoms. Then hubby bought me a cheap bike and over the last few days, as my fitness has improved, I've noticed I can definitely cope better after being zapped by emfs. I guess as fitness improves, our lymphatic and nervous systems strengthen themselves.

Does anyone else find the same, and what exercise do you find helps?
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davidrsnell
I heard on Facebook that if  you put a lot of effort into exercise, it can help a lot.  But build up to it slowly, and take it easy some weeks, because a heckuva lot of people injure themselves overdoing it.
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davidrsnell
Some of the safer exercise methods are walking, gardening and resistance training.  But my fave health expert says weightlifting and running are like injuries waiting to happen.
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Re: ES and exercise

Fizzy
Thanks davidrsnell. It's true. I am finding that regularly cycling (down a quiet lane) the stronger I am becoming over time and can cope better with the ES symptoms. Walking was good, but a little bit more rigorous exercise has paid off. But everyone is different. But movement is definitely good for the lymphatics and clearance of toxins.