Sunday, May 1, 2011

Reversing Multiple Sclerosis Neuropathy or MS Nerve Damage Using Vitamin B12?

When it comes to Multiple Sclerosis neuropathy or MS nerve damage
is there anything natural or alternative that can help to reverse the
damage to the nerves, or at least reduce the problems with the
nerves functioning?

That is one of the big questions, when it comes to Multiple Sclerosis.

I have been searching for something myself, when it comes to
reversing or at least reducing the peripheral neuropathy or nerve
damage or nerve function problems, which my doctor has told
me for several years that I have had a major problem with,
since I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

I am excited to say that I think I found something that is
helping to reduce the nerve function problems in my legs,
feet, hands, and arms in many ways.

What is it that can help??

Vitamin B12 is a natural way to help repair nerve least
that is what information I found, while doing my own research for me.

I am so excited to let you know about what I am finding
that taking extra of vitamin B12 is helping with, when it
comes to Multiple Sclerosis neuropathy or MS nerve damage.

I'm not totally sure that taking the higher doses of B12 will reverse
the nerve damage totally or the peripheral neuropathy, just yet, since
I have only been taking extra vitamin B12 myself for 2 weeks, but
since I started taking the extra B12, I have already found that my
legs and feet and hands are functioning so much
better than they have for years.

If you are at least curious as to how I have found that taking
the extra B12 is helping me with nerve function, then...

Click on either link to find out more -- Multiple Sclerosis neuropathy or MS nerve damage

If you have found this information to be helpful to you, or if you have anything else that you would like to add, about this topic, leave us your comments and let us know! We would love to hear what you think about this topic!



Sherri said...

i take an incredible amount of B-12, and D too....

my neuro started me on both of those immediately... oh and iron too..

the iron helps with spasticity, B-12 with neuropathy and energy, D for slowing progression....

i don't know if it really is working or not but i can say that when i run out my supplements i don't feel as good... so something must be going on there... said...

I take large amounts of vitamin D and that helps a lot in reducing the MS attacks. I started taking the higher doses of B12 about a month ago, so I am not sure yet that the B12 can reverse more extreme nerve damage from MS yet, but I have found that taking the higher doses of B12 has been helping give me more energy, reducing the fatigue and it does help my nerves to function better than they have for a very long time. I did find that I couldn't tolerate taking vitamin B12, when I was first diagnosed with MS, since my mercury level was very high and mercury reacts with B12 to form the methyl form of mercury, which is much more toxic and causes much more nerve damage than any other form of mercury. Now that my mercury level is much lower than it was at first, I am finally able to tolerate taking vitamin B12. Also most people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis do have lower levels of B12 and need to take it if they can tolerate it. The methyl B12 absorbs much better than other forms of B12, since people with MS also have absorption problems when it comes to vitamin B12. said...

Also, I don't take iron now, since many people with the MS, who have the CCSVI condition may have much higher levels of iron in the brain. My doctor does regular blood tests for iron and if I do come up low in iron, then he will tell me that I need to take iron. Not all people with MS have the CCSVI condition, and I am not sure if I do or not, but so far I don't seem to need to take iron, as a supplement. said...

As far as spasticity goes, reducing spasticity has been a problem for me too in the past. What I found that works much better is taking calcium and magnesium together. Usually, people take twice as much Calcium as Magnesium, but since spasticity is often a result of a more severe Magnesium deficiency, it helps to relieve the spasticity by taking equal amounts of calcium to magnesium. Taking extra magnesium, along with the calcium helps to greatly reduce the spasticity in Multiple Sclerosis, at least that is what I have found to work for me. I hope this helps you to find more relief from the spasticity.