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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment- Ayush Prana

Multiple Sclerosis is a neurodegenerative and an autoimmune condition that affects the brain and the spinal cord of an individual. This means the immune system of a person affected by Multiple Sclerosis accidentally attacks the cells in the protective cover that surrounds nerves in the brain and spinal cord known as myelin sheath. This attack can cause damage to the myelin sheath and can result in an interruption in receiving and sending nerve signals to the brain from the body parts and from the brain to different body parts. This damage can affect your brain, eyes and spinal cord.

Types of Multiple Sclerosis:

 Multiple Sclerosis is an unreliable condition that comes in different forms and is commonly divided into 4 types:

    • Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS): Among the 4 types of MS, RRMS is the most common. Almost 85% of patients with Multiple Sclerosis are affected with RRMS. People with this type of MS can actually observe the signs of an MS infection in their early 20s and during this period, they will have attacks of symptoms also called relapses from time to time and will be continued for weeks, months and years of recovery also called as remissions.
    • Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (SPMS): SPMS is a variant of Multiple Sclerosis that is commonly observed in people suffering with RRMS. This type of Multiple Sclerosis is very hard to treat. This is so because the symptoms of SPMS get worse at different rates for each person. 
    • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PPMS): PPMS or Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis can be observed in 10%-15% of people with Multiple Sclerosis. The most common sign of PPMS is Weakness especially in the legs, making it difficult to move or walk. This condition is very hard to predict as it gets worse overtime.
    • Progressive Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis (PRMS): This is a very rare variant of MS that can be observed in only 5% of people with Multiple Sclerosis. 

     

  • Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
    • Fatigue
    • Vision Problems
    • Muscle weakness and stiffness
    • Lack of coordination
    • Numbness in legs and arms
    • Bladder problems
    • Depression and anxiety

     

  • Risk Factors of Multiple SclerosisThe actual cause of Multiple Sclerosis is still not clear. Experts are still conducting research to understand the real cause of MS. Factors that can act as triggers to MS were identified by the extensive research done over the past years. Some possible triggers are:
  • Age: Did you ever think that your age would be a reason for developing a disease or a condition? If you are in the 20-40 age group, then you are at a higher risk of developing Multiple Sclerosis.  Vitamin D deficiency: Having low exposure to sunlight and with low levels of vitamin D can increase the risk of developing Multiple Sclerosis.

    Climate: Temperate climate is also another risk factor of MS. This is the reason why Multiple Sclerosis is more common in countries like Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Europe and Northern United States.

    Genetics: The fact is that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is not directly inherited but the thing is that if one of the identical twins have this condition then the other twins have a 30% chance of developing the condition.

    Gender: Confused to see gender as the cause of Multiple Sclerosis? But the truth is that Multiple Sclerosis is 3-4 times commonly observed in women compared to men. This is the reason why gender is also a risk factor in Multiple Sclerosis.

    Other autoimmune diseases: If you are a person with other autoimmune conditions like diabetes, thyroid, psoriasis, inflammatory bowel disease you are at a higher risk of developing Multiple Sclerosis. 

    Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

    When it comes to any disease, the first thing we all think about is its curability. And there are diseases that can’t be cured, Multiple Sclerosis is one among them. It is a common condition that has no cure. But the thing is that you can actually treat or stabilize the symptoms. Even after thinking about curability we all would be scared about the side effects or complications. Everyone would dream of getting the best treatment with an affordable price and zero complications. This is all what we get on choosing Ayurvedic Treatment. 

    Some of you would be startled! Why is Ayurvedic Treatment the best?

    Ayurveda is the oldest surviving medical system in the world which follows a comprehensive system of natural health care. Ayurveda places stress on treating a disease from its roots. It is a holistic system of treatment focusing on using only natural products derived from plants, herbs and other natural elements, followed by a balanced diet, lifestyle changes and exercises. Ayurvedic medicines have been found to have an effect against chronic diseases which have multifactorial causes. And the medicines, which are made up of multiple components, have been identified as effective against complicated diseases like Multiple Sclerosis. 

    Ayush Prana (PAMS- Dr. Prashanth’s Ayurveda for Multiple Sclerosis) is a specialized Ayurvedic center specialized in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis and uses 100% herbal products to treat the condition without any side effects.  

    Conclusion

    We know that Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease with the causes still vague and cure still not possible. However, we have treatments available that can help fight the symptoms and reduce the risk of Multiple Sclerosis from worsening. Finding the right treatment is the biggest challenge, yes. And that too a treatment without side effects would be really hard to find. This is where Ayush Prana comes to the rescue. Experience a holistic and natural treatment for MS at Ayush Prana and let all your woes wash away.