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Exercises and Alternative Therapies

for People with Dwarfism

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Dancing can be a lot of fun. Consider smoother movements that do not require a lot of jumping around. Make up your own dances! Many dance classes, with willing and creative teachers, can be adapted for people with dwarfism. Moving and getting your heart rate up is good.

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Acupuncture, Acupressure, Chiropractic, Massage

Nutritional Therapies and Supplements

Many supplements provide opportunities for participation in Multi-Level Marketing programs. If you are interested in participating in these, please see the website http://www.mlmsurvivor.com/ for a balanced perspective on multi-level marketing.


Positive Thinking

The power of positive thinking can not be underestimated. It is important to be realistic and keep an eye out for potential complications, but enjoying the activities that you are able to do is important.

Many people with disabilities find prayer helpful. They request that friends and family to pray for them during operations or stressful times.

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