Curing Multiple Sclerosis at Home Naturally
The central nervous system controls body functions and much of their activity passes through white matter, neural tissues that consist largely of myelinated nerve fibers. Damage to white matter produces a wide variety of disease symptoms. Multiple sclerosis is a crippling disease that develops gradually and requires managed care.
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What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating disease affecting the nervous system. It is marked by patches of hardened tissue in the brain or the spinal cord and associated especially with partial or complete paralysis and jerking muscle tremor.
Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis That Can be Cured by Natural Treatments:
– Blurred or double vision.
– Muscle weakness with near total loss of muscle strength.
– Slurred speech.
– Complete loss of sensation.
– Coordination problems.
– Bowel and urinary problems.
– Memory problems.
Natural Treatments Cure Multiple Sclerosis Caused by:
– Improper functioning of the immune system.
– Deterioration of the nervous system strength.
– Toxin buildup in tissues.
– Emotional and physical stress.
Types of Multiple Sclerosis:
The most common form of multiple sclerosis is relapsing and remitting type. A series of attacks is followed by partial remission only to return some time later.
Primary progressive multiple sclerosis is gradual decline in system functions with no signs of remission.
Secondary progressive type occurs after remission with gradual waning of multiple sclerosis symptoms.
Treatment goals are to relieve symptoms and initiate supportive care. Antibiotics are provided for aggressive management of infections. Surgery may be required to stabilize life-threatening conditions.
Natural Treatments That Can Help in Management of Multiple Sclerosis:
– Massaging creates friction which encourages circulation and helps cleanse the areas of chemical toxins that could be causing symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Infuse Indian pennywort leaves in coconut oil. Take 2 tsp boiling water and pour over 2 tsp of dried Indian pennywort leaves. Let it sit for 2 hours. Mix this herbal paste in 8 tsp of extra virgin coconut oil. Heat this mixture over low flame until the moisture is evaporated. Filter and use the warm oil. Gently massage the whole body with this oil to help degenerative nerve conditions and for its cooling effect.
– Stress management, both physical and mental, is essential. Get plenty of rest to reduce physical stress since fatigue is a common symptom of MS. Consume 5-7 fresh dates on a daily basis for it is rich in nutrients and natural fibers and helps in reducing fatigue symptoms.
– For mental stress meditation in any form is recommended. Sit comfortably on the floor or a firm mattress. Cross your legs, clasp your fingers, and close your eyes. Relax. Concentrate on your normal breathing. Do not perform conscious breathing. Cut the thought process out. Be with your breath and reach gradually the meditative state.
– Ginseng herb is excellent for immune weakness and improves mental alertness. Pour boiling water over 3-5 thin slices of ginseng root. Steep for 5 min, add lemon juice for flavor and consume at least 3 cups a day.
– Stretching exercises after a long rest period is recommended. Warm up the body by doing light exercises like moderate walking. Then stand straight with knees slightly bent. Place feet slightly apart with toes pointing forward. Stretch the right arm forward at shoulder height. Bend at elbow joint and extend the arm across chest. Place the left hand on the elbow joint for support. Feel the muscles stretching. Reverse sides. Inhale through nose and exhale through mouth during this exercise.
– Cool down the body temperature since symptoms are aggravated with increase in body temperature. Have cold showers or tub baths for relief. Add a few drops of peppermint essential oil to tub bath water and immerse your body up to the neck. It contains a significant amount of menthol that cools down the body, helps to relax, and eases muscle tension.
– Include 3 fish meals per week for its natural omega-3 fatty acid content that acts as an anti-inflammatory agent, and also known to improve memory and brain performances. Salmon, mackerel, tuna, sardines are rich sources for this form of fatty acid.
– Keep saturated fats, margarine, and food shortenings low.
– Steam purslane leaves as you would with spinach and consume or add them in salads. Purslane is rich in magnesium and helps in managing muscle weakness. Spinach, black beans, broccoli, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, oysters, plantain, soy milk, tofu are rich food sources for magnesium.
This is a chronic progressive disease. Various forms of therapy as the disease progresses may be essential to promote a greater degree of independence and help the sufferers lead a happier, a more fuller and productive life.
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