Thursday, December 18, 2008

Reactions of Nerves, Passing Out and MS

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple Sclerosis is considered an autoimmune disorder where the body attacks itself and causes damage or demyleination of the spinal cord. Multiple Sclerosis demyelinating of the spinal cord can result in scarring or nerve damage along the spine, throughout the brain or throughout any area of the network of nerves throughout the body.

MultipleSclerosis causes scarring or “sclerosis” that can be a result of nerve damage that interrupts the transmission of the nerve signals throughout the body. This can include the disruption of nerve signals that are transmitted though out the body or the signal that travels through the spinal cord that sends instruction throughout the body on how each part of the body should be functioning.

Multiple Sclerosis symptoms or MS Symptoms can cause a broad range of symptoms that involve the eyes, the hands, arms, legs or feet in various ways. MS can cause numbness or pins and needles can result or a nerve pain that is either constant or come and goes. Depending on the degree of scarring or the degree that the nerve signals or confused the symptoms of ms can either be mild or severe.

Multiple sclerosis symptoms can also include multiple sclerosis nerve reactions, such as spasms, twitches or ticks that can be mild to severe that result in uncontrollable movements of the legs, feet, arms or hands.

Multiple sclerosis nerve responses feeling like passing out or definitely losing consciousness. This MS symptom can be aggravated by a few different things.

There are ways to reduce passing out and other over reactions of the nerves.

Click on the link to read more -- MS and Passing out .


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