MS is a disease of the nervous system; the brain id the core of that nervous system. Oxygenating the brain can improve the performance of this key organ.
Clearly, there are a number of ways of oxygenating the MS brain and I am convinced these are all possible ways of improving an MSers life.
A drooping mouth may be a symptom of stroke; but don’t jump to rash conclusions there may be a simple, benign explanation.
A stroke is serious and it may have a number of causes. But, not all symptoms have the same cause.
A good, clean-living lifestyle should be something we all aspire to. MS brings its own limitations and demands. What should you do?
Smoking, Drinking and junk food are all killing us. We need to take control and limit the speed of the descent.
The Strider Mini 4 is a class 2 mobility scooter or invalid carriage. The scooter is reasonably light, agile and functional.
The Strider Mini 4 offered the possibility of real freedom when it first arrived. Limited range, storage issues and charging problems led to its early retirement.
Mercury is a heavy metal and is extremely toxic. Mercury is contained in amalgam tooth fillings and is linked with many health conditions.
Once mercury is ingested it is very difficult to be removed from the body.
Is MS a hereditary condition? The consensus is that it is not but research continues to evaluate the role genetics might play.
My mother has MS therefore I was always susceptible, in my opinion, to developing the condition.
How is Multiple Sclerosis dispersed throughout the world? Does it affect one type of person more than another?
Women are affected more than men, almost twice as much. Although older patients developing the condition are more evenly balanced. Whites or Caucasians are twice as likely to suffer from MS as other races.
Is MS fatal? An MS sufferer who has been diagnosed with the condition since 1994 thinks it unlikely.
MS is NOT, in itself, a fatal condition OR if it is; it is a slow lingering death! Properly managed, Multiple Sclerosis patients or MSers can espect to live a long and fruitful life.
Hughes Syndrome can easily be mistaken for Multiple Sclerosis. As many as 1 in 3 people diagnosed with MS actually have Hughes Syndrome.
Hughes Syndrome is also known as Sticky Blood Syndrome although it’s proper title is Antiphospholipid Syndrome (or APS).
A diagnosis of MS will inevitably lead to a plethora of questions. Here, we try to address the most common multiple sclerosis FAQ.
Sadly, as so little is understood about the development of MS, many questions do not yet have answers.
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