Multiple sclerosis is a very serious disease in which the protective myelin sheath that covers the nerve cells is destroyed by the immune system of the body. Thus the brain and the spinal cord are affected. Because of that, the connection between the brain and the rest of the body is impaired. In most serious cases, multiple sclerosis may lead to the nerve deterioration and cannot be cured. This condition more frequently occurs in women than in men, and usually appears in people between the ages of 20 and 40. Multiple sclerosis is very difficult for diagnosing in the early stages, because symptoms usually come and go suddenly. The most common symptoms of this disease are muscle weakness, problems with the eyes, imbalance, lack of concentration and memory problems. Multiple sclerosis may be inherited, or certain other factor may cause it, such as specific bacteria or viruses or geographical location, because it is proven in some studies that this disorder is most common in the regions with high temperatures.
Homeopathic remedies for multiple sclerosis
It is very important to promptly treat multiple sclerosis. Sometimes, certain homeopathic remedies can do much to help people that suffer from this disease, but it is crucial to consult a good homeopath when one decides to use a homeopathic remedy. The homeopath prescribes the specific homeopathic remedy, depending on the symptoms of the disease, as well as depending on the health history of the patients. Furthermore, physical and mental health of the patient are also regarded when the homeopathic remedy is chosen.
Homeopathic remedies are made of herbs, minerals and other healthy ingredients which are harmless and very effective. The most frequently recommended homeopathic remedies for the treating of multiple sclerosis are Phosphorus, Zinc, Thuja, Sulphur, Causticum, and Gelsemium. In addition to these, there are several others that are also very helpful for people that suffer from this serious condition, and they include Alumina, Atropine, Lath, Physo, Plumbum, Calcium, Irid and Nux Vomica.
Natural cures for multiple sclerosis
To treat multiple sclerosis, certain counseling, physical and occupational therapies are recommended. It is very important to perform specific strengthening exercises in order to stay independent in daily activities. These exercises, as well as using certain helping devices, can be learned in occupational or physical therapy. However, fatigue is the common sign of this disease and therefore, taking rest is important, too. Aerobic, swimming, avoiding extreme heat, and balanced diet may contribute to reducing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.