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Sep 24 2012
Managing Inflammation in MS
MS is caused by damage to the myelin sheath, the protective covering that surrounds nerve cells. When this nerve covering is damaged, nerve signals slow down or stop.
The nerve damage is caused by inflammation which may happen when the body's own immune cells attack the ...Read More
Sep 17 2012
My personal journey with MS
Like many people who get MS, I began experiencing unexplainable and terrifying symptoms such as tingling throughout my body, extreme weakness, paralysis, chronic fatigue, double vision, depression, inability to concentrate, and many others.   After forty years of these symptoms I've come to accept the unexpected. But I still want to know what caused me to get MS.   One of the good things about having MS is that ...Read More
Sep 05 2012
Managing MS – A Holistic Approach
Humans are the most complex and wonderful creations in the Universe and are comprised of a three-fold constitution:   The Body Our physical body is an exquisite assemblage of living organ systems functioning together as a true miracle. For doctors and materialists, the body is viewed as merely a biochemical machine of carbon, calcium and other materials, made up of two-thirds water, and needing to be fixed ...Read More