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Showing posts with label MS Natural Treatment. Show all posts

Thursday, December 6, 2018

3 Essential Changes To Help You Manage Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

It's not easy to adapt after you find out that you have multiple sclerosis, but some changes to the menu and lifestyle will make you feel better, especially in the early stages of the disease.

It is very difficult to find out that you have multiple sclerosis, many times the patients are overwhelmed by this news, especially if they think they will not be able to carry out their daily activities as before.

Many times they wonder whether they will have to give up all the things they like in order to slow down the disease, and other people are thinking about helping a family member who suffers from this condition.

It is best to start with small changes instead of completely eliminating certain activities. This will reduce the stress and anxiety that may occur during the adaptation process.
MS patient symptoms and how to overcome the Disease naturally

Here's what you can do adapt and feel better in case of a multiple sclerosis diagnosis:

1. Follow a healthy diet and avoid certain foods

The daily menu is one of the main ways you can take care of yourself.
Many people who suffer from multiple sclerosis decide to avoid gluten and dairy products by focusing on eating fruits and vegetables. 
A lot of patients claim that dairy and gluten grains are worsening the bad symptoms and fatigue.

Although there are many recommended multiple sclerosis diets and natural treatments, patients diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis should avoid the following foods:
- saturated fats (red meat, milk, butter, cheese, cream);
- trans fats (cookies, cakes, pastries);
- foods with a high sugar content (candy, fruit juice);
- foods with excess sodium (pizza, soup or canned soup);
- refined cereals
- foods containing gluten (cutlets, bread);
- processed foods (fast food).

There is no need to eliminate all of these foods right from the start, but you can start gradually reducing the amount of gluten and dairy consumed while observing the evolution of symptoms.

For example, do you feel tired or much better when you do not eat gluten?
You know your own body best. The level of hydration also counts, so make sure you drink at least 2l of water every day. At first it may seem very much, but if you always have a bottle of water with you, you'll get used to drinking more often.

2. Include Sport Activities in your daily program

Depending on your personality, you may be delighted or it will be difficult for you to make more movement. It does not mean you have to start running 5km every day or become a gym expert, but it's enough to do simple things.

In the days when you feel that you have enough energy take a walk outdoors, take care of the garden or practice yoga. If you do not want to be alone while doing these exercises, you can invite friends or family members to join you. It is very important to move at least 15 minutes each time you have the opportunity.

In days when problematic symptoms do not allow you to do physical activity, it is enough to do stretching exercises right in the bed, or you can try exercises to tonify the upper body while sitting. Take your breaks and do not force yourself because your condition may get worse. If you do not feel too good doing exercises only 5-10 minutes.

3.Always Plan your activities in advance 

When you have multiple sclerosis certain days may be unpredictable. Sometimes you will feel very good, sometimes you will not even want to get out of bed. This is why specialists recommend you to make a weekly and monthly schedule.

Thus, it is advisable to proceed strategically:
- Schedule consultations at the same time of month
If you have this option, it's good to set up counseling or check-ups on the very same day of the week, so you get used to the pace at which you have to go to the doctor without feeling exhausted or not knowing for sure where or at what time you have to go.
You can also prepare a list of questions about the treatment followed or the symptoms you feel.

- Set clear intervals of relaxation and relaxation
Multiple sclerosis can make you feel exhausted and the best solution to counteract this is relaxation. Book a part of every day to rest. For example, you can sleep in the afternoon or you can choose another interval to relax.

- Choose a few moments a month when you meet friends or go to events
Choose the right time and the people you meet with. Be careful about how you feel before the event, tell your friends, but do not feel stupid if you have to give up. 

Another option is to organize a meeting right at your home and ask the guests to bring drinks and food. This will save your energy and you will not have to make very complex preparations.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Multiple Sclerosis Natural Treatment



Multiple Sclerosis Natural TreatmentMultiple Sclerosis is, undoubtedly, one of the most terrible diseases of the century. In the medical world it is widely accepted that there is no effective treatment for this disease.

Conventional medicines can slow disease and may improve symptoms, but they fail in stop the damages of Multiple Sclerosis disease and to help to recover altered functions.
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Natural therapies, gymnastics, yoga can be helpful to slow the disease and, more importantly, in many cases to help restoring some perturbed functions.

Multiple Scleoris Treatment
For treating Multiple Sclerosis using natural products are necessary only  products with regenerative effect(general and local), anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective (preventing and reducing inflammation and myelin destruction during a flare of Multiple Sclerosis) and immunomodulator (for keeping under control the immune system, since it is an autoimmune process and for slowing disease progression and relapse rate decreased).

Natural products can be considerate a better option because they will regulate CNS function and combat stress (one of the factors leading to worsening of MS symptoms), also will improve blood circulation and restore an optimal level of oxygen throughout the body and the brain. Here are some recommendation for people who are looking to slow down the associated symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.

Super Soya Lecithin - The beneficial effects of soy oil is very useful in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment. Lecithin is a natural product that plays an important role in nerve cell nutrition is a fundamental component of the myelin layer (myelin sheath, the protective sheath cells and nerve fibers).

 Decreasing the amount of lecithin in the body leads to demyelination of nerves (axons degeneration) and malfunction of the nervous system so nervous disorders appear important: low resistance to stress, irritability, depression, difficulty concentrating, poor memory, insomnia, multiple sclerosis. Lecithin prevents axonal demyelination (nerve degeneration), helps the proper functioning of neurons, the transfer of nerve impulses stimulate all brain functions, boosts memory and concentration, ability to learn and maintain emotional balance.


Omega 3 (salmon oil) - Essential fatty acids omega-3 fats play a role in forming the structure of neurons (myelin sheath), neuropsychiatric disorders occur in their absence (attention deficit, poor memory, senile dementia, multiple sclerosis and so on). Omega 3 reduces inflammatory reaction of the nervous system in multiple sclerosis by inhibiting mediators of the inflammatory process.

Essential fatty acids play a crucial role in central nervous system cell regeneration, prevent demyelination of axons, help slow the development of multiple sclerosis to decrease the number and severity of flares and physical and mental disability.
It was found that in people with multiple sclerosis amount of omega 3 fatty acids in the body is low. In addition, omega-3 essential fatty acid, being an effective immunomodulator, help people with autoimmune diseases to keep the immune reaction under control (Myasthenia Gravis, Autoimmune Hepatitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Thyroiditis, Scleroderma, Multiple Sclerosis).

Evening Primrose (evening primrose oil) - Essential fatty acids are needed for healthy structure of cell membranes, especially nerve cells, is vital to the myelin sheath that insulates nerve cells. Evening primrose essential oil contains a significant amount of GLA (gamma-linolenic acid, the essential fatty acid omega 6) that contribute to the proper functioning of the nervous system and the transmission of nerve impulses, preventing demyelination of axons, increases vitality and resistance to stress and is useful in depression, irritability, anxiety, poor memory. Studies on the use of GLA demonstrated clinical benefits in patients with autoimmune diseases (systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, scleroderma, autoimmune thyroid disease, Crohn's disease and so on).

Noni (Morinda citrifolia) - In autoimmune diseases, Noni is indicated as a valuable immune modulator (rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, scleroderma and so on). Other effects of natural Noni product: inflammatory mechanisms trigger the body's allergic activities, induce arterial vasodilation, help rejuvenate cells, protects against free radicals, inhibit proliferation of precancerous and cancerous cells.

Rhodiolin (Rhodiola rosea) - Arctic Root is an excellent protective of immune system which ensure the balance between the immune and endocrine system. Rhodiola rosea has a positive effect on the central nervous system and is an excellent adaptogen, also it has a strong effect against stress and depression, increases mental performance (attention, concentration and memory), increases stamina and energy during the day, insomnia, and ensure a restful sleep at night. All in all it is one greatest natural product to improve well-being of Multiple Sclerosis sufferers.

Vein Protex - This is a very useful natural product in treating Multiple Sclerosis. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect, detoxifies and energizes the body, maintains healthy blood vessels (arteries, veins, capillaries), reduce the level of bad cholesterol, streamlines blood, improves blood circulation, increases blood flow to tissues (including brain), provides nutrition and oxygen to their tissues, enhances the use of antioxidants, amino acids, minerals and vitamins in the body.

Oxy Max (molecular oxygen) - Oxygen is the elixir of life and is absolutely essential for the proper functioning of all body cells. Neurons are most sensitive to lack of oxygen, hypoxia is installed in his absence, confused thinking, poor memory, depression, nervous tension. Oxy Max helps supplementation of oxygen to tissues (including brain tissue), improves all physiological and metabolic processes. Oxygen has a very effective nerve tonic, improves physical and mental performance, gives vitality and energy.

SUPER SOYA Lecithin - 3x1 capsules / day

Omega 3 (salmon oil) - 3x1 capsules / day

Evening Primrose (evening primrose) - 3x1 capsules / day

Noni (Morinda citrifolia) - 30 ml 3 times / day or 3x1 capsules / day

Rhodiolin (Rhodiola rosea) - 3 to 6 capsules / day

Vein PROTEX - 3x1 tablets / day

OXY MAX (molecular oxygen) - 2 times / day - morning and noon - daily increasing dilutions starting with 5 to 15 drops in 100 ml water