Effective Multiple Sclerosis Treatment - Oren Zarif


Effective Multiple Sclerosis Treatment - Oren Zarif
Effective Multiple Sclerosis Treatment - Oren Zarif

MS symptoms are not the same in all people with this condition. In fact there is no cure for MS, but there are treatments that can help reduce the effects of this disease and allow sufferers to live a more normal life. MS affects the body's neurological system, which is linked to the brain. Multiple sclerosis affects the central nervous system and therein sheath. This condition reduces the effectiveness of the nervous system in transmitting signals from the brain to the rest of the body. If this condition is left untreated the result can be lethal.



The symptoms associated with MS vary from person to person with some of these symptoms being less severe than others. Some of the less severe MS symptoms include difficulty with walking, bladder control, speech problems, partial paralysis, loss of balance and difficulty with swallowing. Other than these there are other types of MS symptoms such as: headaches, double vision, decreased vision, partial deafness, weakness in the muscles, tiredness and poor concentration and irritability.


When the body's nerves are damaged it can result in different types of MS symptoms. In some cases a person may experience a tremor, which is an involuntary movement of one or more limbs. In severe cases where the disorder has reached a certain level a person may experience uncontrolled leg movements. MS can also affect the eyes, which in many cases will become swollen and painful. Many people who have MS symptoms tend to experience blurry vision.



MS symptoms are often confused with other health conditions, which is why a doctor will often request x-rays or MRI scans to rule out other diseases. However, it is possible that the symptoms you are experiencing are the result of MS. MS is not contagious nor does it have any relationship to infectious diseases such as the flu. The symptoms described above are the result of the breakdown of myelin. Myelin is the substance that makes the brain waterproof so it can send and receive electrical signals. When myelin is damaged, it is no longer waterproofing the brain, which results in the loss of communication between the brain and muscles.



MS is known as "amyotonic" because it affects the motor nervous system without the use of sensory organs. This makes it difficult to diagnose because in many cases neurologists cannot tell the difference between neurological or non-neurological disorders. It is important to understand that all cases of MS are not the same. A neurologist will be able to determine whether or not you have an MS based on the type of symptoms you are experiencing.



When you visit your physician, he or she may test you for other conditions, which could also cause your MS symptoms such as diabetes, tumors, and Lupus. If these conditions are ruled out your neurologist will ask you to come back in six weeks to look at your optic nerve. Your eye doctor will examine your eye and look for any signs of any potential damage or problems. He or she may ask you to complete an eye exam and then perform a computerized tomography (CT) scan. A radiologist may also be called to perform eye exams and CMRI's (computerized magnetic resonance imaging).



After examining your eyesight the neurologist will make a referral to a rheumatologist, or arthritis specialist. Your arthritis specialist will ask about your symptoms and treatment options. The rheumatologist will usually prescribe one of several medications to help alleviate your symptoms. Your multiple sclerosis symptoms will likely worsen over time, but the medications and other treatments can help you deal with your MS symptoms so they do not worsen and become debilitating.


Medications, exercises, and other treatments can have side effects. The medications can be very effective at relieving the symptoms of MS. They can help you to reduce the inflammation in your nerve roots and improve your muscle strength. However, the medications and other treatments can cause serious side effects and damage to your organs if they are taken too often or for too long. If you are concerned about side effects, talk to your health care provider before starting any treatments.

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