14 Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms and 14 Possible Treatments

14 Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms and 14 Possible Treatments

Multiple Sclerosis is classified as an autoimmune disease. The body’s own immune system thinks the myelin sheath is a foreign body and attacks it. The Myelin sheath is the outer layer that protects the nerves. These attacks leave open areas known as plaques or lesions. This plaque makes it difficult for the nerves to send … Read more

10 Most Common Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

10 Most Common Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease. The body’s immune system attacks its own soft tissue, known as myelin sheath, the outer covering of the spinal cord and the never endings. This attack creates areas where the nerves are exposed, which makes it difficult for the nerves to send and receive appropriate messages to the control … Read more

Can My Back Pain be caused by Multiple Sclerosis?

Can My Back Pain be caused by Multiple Sclerosis?

Studies have shown that pain can affect mood, behaviors, and activities. It can increase stress, fatigue and exacerbates diseases. Emotions, stress, fatigue, increased sensitivity, previous pain and trauma can increase our pain perception. Can Multiple Sclerosis cause pain? If so, what are the locations and what can I do to decrease these painful symptoms? What is … Read more

Multiple Sclerosis Life Expectancy on Avonex

Multiple Sclerosis Life Expectancy on Avonex

What Is Multiple Sclerosis Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system, the brain and spinal cord. It’s categorized under the autoimmune disease, because its symptoms, like the other autoimmune diseases is caused by the immune system destroying its own body’s tissue. With MS this destruction occurs along the myelin sheath, … Read more

Can you Have Worse Symptoms With no New Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis

Can you Have Worse Symptoms With no New Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis

The Truth about Multiple Sclerosis MS is classified as an autoimmune disorder. This is because the white blood cells of a person with multiple sclerosis attacks its own tissue. This causes inflation, which leads to the destruction of the myelin sheath, the cover that protects the spinal cord and nerve endings. This unprotected area known … Read more