While it's not entirely clear what causes multiple sclerosis, there are certain factors that determine your risk of developing it. These include your genes, family history of MS, and certain immune-mediated responses. Low vitamin D levels have also been implicated in MS. Whether or not you’re a smoker and whether you’ve been exposed to certain viruses like the Epstein Barr virus that causes glandular fever are also risk factors.
Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating disease for which there is no definite cure. The symptoms, however, can be managed with proper diet and the right kind of exercise. Go for organic wholesome food rich in antioxidants and probiotics. Do some moderate exercise and include yoga and tai chi, too.
Since mainstream medicine does not offer a cure for multiple sclerosis, the solution is in managing the symptoms. Various herbs and supplements have proved to be very useful in managing the symptoms effectively. Gingko biloba, Ashwagandha, turmeric, ginger, vitamin D, dandelion root and leaf, bee pollen, magnesium, etc are some of the herbs and supplements you could try.
Dr. Terry Wahls shares her story of personal recovery from Multiple Sclerosis. People with major health challenges like chronic pain, fatigue, autoimmune issues, and mental health issues can turn around their health just by having the right diet choices, lifestyle choices, and environmental exposures. No drugs can outmatch the benefits of nutrient-rich home-made food that helps to gain optimal health!
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative, neurological disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. An estimated 2,500,000 people globally have MS, with women afflicted almost three times more than men. Without any known cure, a diagnosis of MS can be terrifying. But the more we know and learn about the disease, the better we can spot its symptoms and seek professional care as soon as possible.
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