Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive degenerative disease of the nervous system that caused loss of residual muscle control. This happens because the nerves are protected with a layer called myelin. Multiple sclerosis diminishes this protected coating, leaving it unprotected, therefore, replacing it with plaques. Overtime, the nerves Harding with plaques then stop performing.
Different causes of multiple sclerosis (MS)
Some of the most common causes of multiple sclerosis (MS) first but not the least is an autoimmune violent attack against the white blood cells of the myelin protected coating. Other common causes of MS are poor dieting, malnutrition, and food allergies such as dairy products or gluten foods.
Stress is also a factor of developing MS.
More sever causes of MS Is metal poisoning such as lead or mercury. Chemicals such as pesticide, herbicide, and insecticide are other causes of MS. Researched have shown that vaccinations, bacteria in the human body, and fungi can cause multiple sclerosis.
But the main major cause of developing multiple sclerosis is dieting, which is the overall main factor. For example, overeating foods such as meat, white sugar, refined white flour or other refined grains, and old rancid oils have shown to be the major causes.
After dieting, other day to day causes of multiple sclerosis that can trigger it stardom is overworking, being emotionally stress, excessive fatigue, and again a poor dieting.
Who is likely at risk of Multiple sclerosis?
Researches have shown that MS is two times likely to affect women than men. Multiple sclerosis can begin in mid-twenties and early forties (25-40). For young adults MS it is said to be the most known disease of the central nervous system. Over 300, 000 people in America have multiple sclerosis.
Is there a cure for multiple sclerosis (MS)?
There have not been any known cure for MS, but there are natural remedies for multiple sclerosis to hinder it progression and halt or retard the disorder. In my opinion the human body can heal itself from anything with the proper tools that it needs to do its own natural basic self-healing if it is not hinder from our harmful bad habits or disobediences.
What are the symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS)?
In the beginning there are a number of symptoms of MS: there is off-and-on dizziness, numbness in the feet, fingers, as well as weakness in both hands and feet, and muscular stiffness. Still in the early stages there will be mood swings, which may be classified as depression, nausea, vomiting, and difficulty breathing. Other early symptoms are slurred in speech, tremors, and loss of balance.
What are the later progressive symptoms of multiple sclerosis?
These are the later stages symptoms of MS: spastic movements, paralysis, severe fatigue, finding it difficult to walk, and failure to hold bladder or bowel movements. It is also important to understand that these symptoms can heighten, and then they may go away for a while, but keep getting worse over days, weeks, months, or years.
Natural remedies for multiple sclerosis
It is equally important to refrain from eating the food that causes the onset of multiple sclerosis as to having a nourishing diet. So, do not eat or try to avoid eating meat, milk, eggs, dairy products, caffeine, and alcohol. The second list of things to avoid is eating white sugar, white-flour, old rancid oils, fried foods, they all will destroy your nerve cells. Mercury fillings in the teeth are to be avoided since the level of mercury in people with MS is six times higher than other people.
Herbs that help multiple sclerosis
The following herbs are helpful for Multiple sclerosis:
- Valerian root
- Gotu kola
- Stinging nettle
- Black currant oil
- Evening prime rose oil
- Poppy seeds
Special help for MS (multiple sclerosis)
Periodic short fast helps, you need to exercise regularly. Remember, the body is an amazing piece of machine; it comes equipped with everything it needs to heal itself. You just need to take care of it and protect it the way nature intended, and then the body will protect and heal itself in accord to nature's natural ways.
References: the natural holistic health hand book, the encyclopedia of natural remedies, African holistic health, Sacred Woman, Queen Afua