The problem in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the destruction of myelin around nerve cells in the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. Myelin around nerve cells is like the insulation around an electrical cord. If the insulation is damaged the nerve signals will be damaged and cause symptoms. This damaging process is call "de-myelination."
In Multiple Sclerosis your body's own immune system mistakenly attacks the myelin—this is an "autoimmune" attack. The latest research shows that autoimmune attacks are "triggered."
Common triggers may include:
- Viral, bacterial, and parasite infections
- Environmental toxins such as chemicals and metals
- Physical trauma and psychological stress
Symptoms of MS depend on what areas are being de-myelinated (attacked). You may have fatigue, numbness, tingling, weakness, dizziness, coordination and balance problems.
About 50% of MS victims have difficulties with concentration, attention, memory, depression and poor judgment.
More importantly though, we have to ask the question…
“Why is my immune system attacking my nervous system?”
Most doctors are not interested or don’t even look into answering this question. They commonly look at a book and turn to the pages for MS – what are the common tests and prescriptions for multiple sclerosis? Every MS patient gets the same thing and goes through the same protocol.
I knew that there had to be a different way. All MS patients do not have the exact same symptoms or lab findings. You can’t just put everyone into the “MS box” and expect everyone to respond the same or even “get better”!
It is also important to understand that most MS victims also have poly-autoimmunity (they have other autoimmune conditions destroying other areas of their body).
The good news is that autoimmune condition, including Multiple Sclerosis, can be helped by:
- Calming and balancing the immune system
- Removing the triggers
- Strengthening the weak areas of the brain with appropriate fuel (proper oxygen and blood sugar levels) and stimulation (brain/neurological) rehabilitation
Don't continue to believe that you have to live this way and give up hope...
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