Questions about multiple sclerosis (MS)? Here is a breakdown of the potential #MS symptoms as well as some ways to manage them: www.healthcentral.com/multiple-sclerosis/c/458275/167591/infographic?ap=2012 Pretty scary !
Most of us experience stress of some degree in our day to day lives and a big part of managing stress is exercise and nutrition. Digesting processed and sugary foods on a regular basis just loads extra stress onto our bodies so try to think about nourishing your body and giving it the tools to manage stress.
Did you know? What are episodic symptoms of MS? Episodic symptoms (symptoms that come and go) are common in MS. They are typically abrupt in onset, last only a short time and resolve on their own. They can occur several times a day and may include loss of balance, slurred speech, double vision, dizziness, painful tingling, electric shock-like sensations, or repeated muscle contractions. These episodic symptoms do not indicate the patient is having a seizure. ...
"Ever seen an electrician strip a wire? That's what my immune system is doing to my entire nervous system, only it won't stop there. It'll get greedy and go for the raw nerves. This includes my brain, spinal cord and optic nerve, along with every nerve in my body. If this happens to a wire, conductivity is interrupted, lessened or lost, and it's no different in the body. But unlike electrical work, with standards, MS is random and no two cases are alike."