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How to Use Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation for the treatment of multiple sclerosis

A: multiple sclerosis is a degenerative autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system. Symptoms vary widely among those diagnosed with MS, but common ailments include muscle weakness, numb limbs, blurred vision and even paralysis. There is no known cure for MS, so patients and their families are turning to alternative treatments, such as cranial electrotherapy stimulation, to attempt to treat it. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation passes electrical impulses across the base of the skull to change the brain''s electrical activity. It has improved or eliminated symptoms for some MS patients but is still considered experimental by the mainstream medical community....


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What difference does a lifestyle can bring in the treatment of multiple sclerosis in the long run.

A: A good lifestyle will have a better impact on her fatigue control. This will help her have a well managed stress in the future. She should cool down and she should also keep herself calm. This is the best way to help in reducing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. It won’t be easy but she needs to keep it happening....


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What Are the Different Kinds of multiple sclerosis treatments?

A: multiple sclerosis is a condition in which the body gradually destroys the outer coating, known as the myelin sheath, which protects the nerve cells throughout the body. As the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord lose protection, they may begin to malfunction and cause tremors, difficulty moving limbs, and vision loss. The condition is thought to be caused by a defect in the body’s immune system which causes the body to attack itself. Although there is no cure, there are multiple sclerosis treatments which may reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life for a person suffering with the condition. One

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What's the best treatment for multiple sclerosis?

A: there is no known "best" treatment for MS. every case is different and your choices should be made on information that is read-ally available from your neurologist and on the web. I was officially diagnosed yesterday. but i looked into many different treatments over the last month before i made my choice. P.S. my mother had MS at a time when there was no treatments Although nutritional supplements and rife machines make sense and have their place, LDN or low dose naltrexone is the single most significant drug treatment I have used or read about. One year of Copaxone failed to diminish the increase in actively enhancing lesions found...


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What Are the Different Types of multiple sclerosis Therapy?

A: Although there is, at present, no cure for multiple sclerosis, there are many sources of multiple sclerosis therapy available to ease its symptoms and slow its progression. The most common therapeutic interventions include drug therapies, but many other therapies are also available. Plasma exchanges, for example, are commonly used; some patients also find relief through alternative multiple sclerosis therapy, including counseling, acupuncture and bee venom therapy. There are two common types of drugs prescribed for multiple sclerosis therapy....


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From a daughter: Can you cure 15 years of multiple sclerosis?

A: i have ms as well, it has no cure. is she on a daily shot to at least slow down the progress? there is Avonex, Betaseron, Copaxone, rebif. she should be on one of those depending on what type she has. M S is difficult to cure but she may get RELIEF of some of her symptoms in the proper medical hands Visit this website and type in ''ms'' and/or ''multiple sclerosis'' in the search window: http://www.drmcdougall.com . Then read all you can on the subject. You simply can''t know too much about any so called ''incurable'' disease. I''ve survived a near death experience with alcohol and depression and am now battling fibromyalgia and diabetes successfully thanks to good...


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I''m a patient of multiple sclerosis kindly tell what to do to lead a normal life

A: Natural treatment for multiple sclerosis multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the central nervous system that usually attacks young adults, more commonly women. This condition affects the parts of the brain and the spinal cord that are known as white matter. The main symptoms for MS are muscle weakness, problems with your speech, difficulty while moving, and a problem with motor balance. Despite a great deal of research into the diseases, the exact cause of MS is still an elusive secret. Some people think that because it is almost non-existent in...
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Whether Ayurvedic drugs are helpful for the sure of multiple sclerosis?

A: Ayurvedic medicines can help in the treatment of symptoms, like reducing the recurrent occurring symptoms and decreasing the impact of the overall symptoms that a patient of multiple sclerosis, may experience. It is helpful and it can be used. But do not find anyone getting cured for multiple sclerosis, by the use of any therapies....


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What Is The Recommended treatment For multiple sclerosis?

A: There is no specific therapy for MS, but many doctors use adrenocortical steroids such as cortisone. It is believed that temporary use of this drug may possibly hasten a recovery or remission. But whether such drugs actually shorten an acute episode or lessen it in intensity is still debated. Thus much of the therapy for treating MS is related to relieving symptoms, and drugs of various kinds are used. Opinions vary, and so does the treatment of MS. Baffling MS. Many doctors recommend occupational therapy, which might be knitting, painting, typing and so forth, anything to keep the mind active and not on one''s ailment. Enough rest, a happy mental outlook and a...
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Drug treatments for multiple sclerosis

A: New Drug treatments for multiple sclerosis According to the World Health Organization, multiple sclerosis affects more than 2.5 million people worldwide. This number is expected to climb steadily in the coming years. There are dozens of drugs in development for multiple sclerosis, but five of these drugs show great promise. These five drugs include Rebif, Tysabri, Betaferon, Copaxone and Avonex....


 
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