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  • Writer's picture Dr Clyde Jin

Multiple Sclerosis - The Good Fight Against What Is Attacking Our Body

MS is a disabling autoimmune disease where the immune system attacks the tissue that protects the nerves in the spinal cord and brain and eventually destroys them.

The resultant symptoms include muscle spasms, paralysis, blindness, changes in brain function such as memory loss and mood swings, and problems with reproductive systems, to name just a few.

Symptoms are not the same for everyone and can range from mild to severe.

There is currently no cure for MS.

Sufferers can only manage the symptoms.

Current treatment may include medication, physical therapy, chiropractic therapy, and adjustments to their lifestyle.

Daily exercise, effectively managing stress levels, and a healthy diet are simple measures that can be taken.

A number of symptoms of MS can be improved with Chiropractic therapy.

Chiropractic works on the premise that the human body has the innate ability to heal itself when all communication channels within the body are at optimal operation.

Our brain sends millions of signals to the spinal cord, and out to every organ and tissue. Signals sent back to the brain confirm whether your body is working as it should.

Spinal subluxations may interfere with this vital exchange by irritating nearby nerves and the tissues they control, thereby blocking essential communication between the brain and organs in the body.

Simply put chiropractic adjustments are intended to improve mind-body communication.

When the body is functioning as it should, many areas of discomfort are removed.

This improved nervous system control of the body also boosts immunity, reduces stress levels, and gives a general feeling of well-being.

As a totally natural allied health therapy, chiropractic can be an important adjunct to MS treatment regimes.


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