Is It Possible To Exercise With Functional Neurological Disorder / FND?
When it comes to exercise with FND or another neurological disorder it's also best to start at a much slower pace to which you would have normally done exercising in the past. For me personally I find that overdoing it sends my body into shock and I end up having a major seizure (non-epileptic fit).
My approach to exercise is to simply do low resistance exercises I.e. fitness bands, light Dumbbells. I would also keep the reps low at 8-10 and try to do 3 sets of each muscle group you can move easily. As always please be patient with your body as it could take weeks for your body to even allow you to so 1 set of bicep curls.
Yoga is also a very slow and powerful exercise that can power not only your body but mind swell It also has many creating exercises which can help people like me that suffer from gullet issues/breathing trouble. Many people I have spoken with recommend this type of exercise as they feel that they can control their functional movements more.
Never Give Up
With my experiences with light excercise I think you always have to think positivity and put mind over matter. No matter how hard it is to start trying to get more active never give up, just know that eventually you will look back at your first day and know you've really achieved something.