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Beat the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is known to be the most common form of neurological disorder diagnosed among young adults. The factors that trigger multiple sclerosis are not yet completely understood, and the search for answers continues. Despite the fact that the disease may not be prevented or cured at this time, there have been treatments available to delay progression and reduce severity.

Multiple sclerosis is not a contagious disease and does not shorten the person's life expectancy; however, the riskiest complication related to multiple sclerosis is an infection, which may happen when someone has had multiple sclerosis for an extended period and is not physically active. Infection may be treated when detected early.

Multiple sclerosis is a disease that involves the central nervous system. Our central nervous system is made up of the brain and the spinal cord. When multiple sclerosis strikes, it damages the protective insulation that surrounds the nerves, and may likewise damage the nerves within the central nervous system. As an outcome, messages from the spinal cord and brain may short circuit, thereby reducing or losing body function.

The impact of multiple sclerosis varies with each. Some people encounter symptoms for a short period and remain symptom-free for years. Others may experience a steady progression of multiple sclerosis.

Many researchers believe multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disorder, one in which white blood cells, designed to fight disease or infection are misguided to attack the cells in the body. When this happens, the central nervous system becomes inflamed, thereby causing damage to the nerves. Researchers studied some possible causes of multiple sclerosis. One recognized cause is known as a slow acting virus, such as herpes, measles, Epstein- Barr and human t-cell lymphoma.

Although multiple sclerosis is not hereditary or contagious, susceptibility to multiple sclerosis is increased if a family member has the same disorder. Some symptoms of multiple sclerosis include:

  1. fatigue
  2. visual disorders
  3. numbness
  4. dizziness/vertigo
  5. bladder and bowel dysfunction
  6. weakness
  7. tremor
  8. impaired mobility
  9. sexual dysfunction
  10. slurred speech
  11. spasticity (leg stiffness)
  12. swallowing disorders
  13. chronic aching pain
  14. depression
  15. mild cognitive and memory difficulties

Symptoms of multiple sclerosis are often accompanied by extreme fatigue, which usually worsens in the afternoon due to an increase in the body temperature. At times, the symptoms of multiple sclerosis are similar to those of fibromyalgia and the only way to find out the difference is through magnetic resonance imaging or MRI.

When recovering from a flare-up of symptoms or learning to deal with a shift in mobility, rehabilitation, occupational and physical therapy may be beneficial. Therapeutic exercise, speech therapy, and medical devices may likewise be useful in managing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Counseling program also helps the patient and family members to ensure that the disorder does not affect one's emotional wellbeing.

Some research suggests that Paleo diet may reverse the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. The Paleo diet has a series of versions. It is made up of foods such as vegetables, lean meat, fruits, fish, seeds, and nuts. Other foods such as dairy products, grains, processed foods, and refined sugar are not part of the diet.

Microcurrent therapy is one of the best, yet least recognized treatments for patients suffering from multiple sclerosis. Microcurrent therapy functions by clearing brain fog, improving physical and neurological functions, and reducing spasticity. When combined with physical therapy, microcurrent therapy helps increase stamina and energy.

There are different microcurrent techniques for multiple sclerosis patients. One method is the cranial electrical stimulation, which is non-invasive and safe. It is used to treat depression, anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, and chronic fatigue.


  1. https://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Multiple-sclerosis/Pages/Symptoms.aspx
  2. https://www.medicinenet.com/multiple_sclerosis_ms/article.htm
  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2901236/
  4. https://www.healthline.com/health/multiple-sclerosis?ref=global#symptoms1
  5. http://soterhealth.com/archives/microcurrent-therapy-benefits-multiple-sclerosis-patients/
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