I read the exercise thread and felt quite despondent cos I am unable to anything like that now due to my arthritis... When I was swimming , doing yoga taking long walks etc etc I WAS working ... So to read a comment ... If I take up any exercise will it affect ESA or disability my jaw hit the floor, I automatically assumed that the people doing all the exercise were working or retired.... Sorry if I offend or sound incredulous here but if you are able to swim horseride do yoga Pilates or go on long hikes why would you be on ESA or disability I understand some of the answers on that thread were doing very limited exercise..due to their medical problems.
Probably offended half the forum here but after reading blog after blog of people who can,t walk cook or even get out of bed and still get refused benefits and feeling terribly sorry for them I can't comprehend that the people who can do all that exercise would be on ESA or disability. So I hope I am right in my first assumption that the people who can do all the exercise are either retired , working or don't claim anything
Waiting for the backlash