Friday, March 13, 2009

What are the possible causes of MS?

What causes ms?

Multiple Sclerosis is considered by the medical community to be an autoimmune disorder, where the body becomes confused in some way to where it attacks itself, as if it is a foreign invader, that the body needs to defend itself against.

MultipleSclerosis is a term that covers a broad range of symptoms that are not usually the same set of symptoms from one case of Multiple Sclorosis or M S to the next.  Since there appears not to be any 2 cases of Multiple Schlerosis exactly alike, there is a broad range of what is suspected to be potential causes for multiple sclerosis.

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causes of ms.


Sunday, March 8, 2009

Stress MS: Reducing Stress with Multiple Sclerosis Helps Reduce MS Attacks and MS Symptoms

Finding ways to reduce MS stress for those of us that have the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis does more for reducing our MS symptoms than researchers and doctors alike ever knew before.

When those of us with stressing out over things in our lives, this just adds to making our Multiple Sclerosis symptoms worse. Our over reactions to stress can actually set up our systems for a MS attack, exacerbation or a MS relapse to occur more often.

MS research is revealing so much more about how our over reactions to stress, for those of us with Multiple Sclerosis, can actually stimulate MS demyelination of our spinal cords and maybe even our brains, which can result in more frequent and more severe relapses of our Multiple Sclerosis symptoms.

Finding ways to reduce MS stress helps to calm down our over reactive nervous systems, which often is a result of Multiple Sclerosis. Reducing how stressed out we feel can actually help the body and finding ways to relax and rest can actually stimulate stem cells to be produced in our bodies.

This is a way for our bodies to start to repair the damage to the myelin sheath, which insulates and protects the spinal cord, in addition to starting to help to repair the Blood Brain Barrier, which surrounds and protects the brain.

I have tried many different ways to reduce the Stress that I have been feeling sometimes too much of the time, to reduce the effects of stress on my nervous system and help to reduce my MS attacks, that have been multiplied in how often they appear and it has been more difficult for me to find anything that appears to work for me.

But I finally found a form of meditation that actually works for reducing MS stress and it doesn't require spending hours to learn how to do it and it is so easy to do too!

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