Everything that happens within your body occurs via lines of communication between the brain, spinal cord, and nerves that reach out to every part of you. This web of communication lines is called the “central nervous system or CNS for short.
Multiple Sclerosis, frequently referred to as MS, is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the entire central nervous system.
When one has MS, a malfunction in the immune system occurs that causes the body to attack the protective layer around your nerve fibers, which is called myelin.
When the myelin and nerve fibers become damaged and scarred by these attacks, the brain is no longer able to communicate normally with the rest of the body as it should. The scars on the nerves cause messages from the brain to the other parts of the body to slow down or get stuck along the way.
This can cause fatigue as well as issues with vision, memory, mobility, sensation, and balance. These symptoms are totally unpredictable and can range from mild to severe on any given day. The more frequently the symptoms occur, the higher the risk of permanent damage.
MS is actually considered to be the most common autoimmune neurological disorder. It isn't known what causes MS to develop or if anything can be done to prevent it, but certain environmental and genetic factors may put someone at higher risk for developing it.
MS is difficult to diagnose for several reasons. There is no single definitive test that can confirm the diagnosis as the symptoms can have a wide range of other causes.
Doctors typically rely on Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to diagnose MS. The MRI is analyzed for signs of at least two prior attacks and proof of numerous patches of scar tissue (sclerosis) on different parts of the nervous system.
Several months ago, celebrity Selma Blair courageously opened up about her challenges with an aggressive form of MS, on the news and social media. She divulged that her doctors originally believed that she was being overly dramatic about her symptoms or that they were linked to the stress of being a single mother. An MRI eventually revealed the truth.
“I have had symptoms for years but was never taken seriously until I fell down in front of him [the doctor] trying to sort out what I thought was a pinched nerve, I have probably had this incurable disease for 15 years at least. And I am relieved to at least know…”
Her courage and hope now serve as an inspiration to many people.
“I am in the thick of it but I hope to give some hope to others. And even to myself. You can’t get help unless you ask...There’s no tragedy for me...I’m happy, and if I can help anyone be more comfortable in their skin, it’s more than I’ve ever done before.”
A cure for MS hasn't yet been discovered so treatment is aimed towards helping people to recover as quickly as possible from previous attacks and preventing new ones from occurring. As time goes on, scientific understanding of MS increases as further research accumulates.
Perhaps not surprisingly, many MS patients experience negative side effects from the medications they are using to manage their MS.
“I hated the every-other-day Rebif® injections. They hurt, bruised badly, and gave me very intense fake-flu symptoms. Those years were full of every infection you could possibly imagine…”
For these reasons, people are turning to LDN as a safe alternative.
Studies have proven that LDN reduces pain and fatigue in MS patients while increasing their energy and improving their quality of life.
LDN prevents MS relapses and disease progression. LDN increases endorphin production while reducing inflammation in the brain, which allows for fresh myelination. LDN also regulates the immune system and neurotransmitter activity. This can dramatically reduce MS symptoms as well as the symptoms of many other health conditions.
“I have not experienced another day with the daily pain I used to have. Now, I have no pain and so much more energy. I have a more functional body that does what I expect it to do.”
Incredible patient feedback from MS patients is being reported across the globe as more MS patients are discovering LDN.
In this fascinating interview with Wendy Lowe, an occupational therapist from the UK, she states:
“Since that first day on LDN, I've had no pain...I would encourage people to strongly consider taking it. You've got nothing to lose. Actually, you do have something to lose. LDN stopped my disease progression in its tracks. I wish I had started it sooner as I may have avoided a lot of the irreversible damage my disease caused during the years I was not taking it. I want people to be aware of this so it doesn't happen to them. I even carry cards with information about LDN to give out. I tell people: just go and inform yourself. There is help, but you have to pursue it…”
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