Multiple sclerosis is an auto-immune disorder. It affects the brain and spinal cord. It is a type of inflammatory disease that affect the nerve fibres especially myelin sheath.
All of our sensations are transmitted through Nerves of the nervous system. These Nerves and Spinal cord are coated with an insulating covering known as myelin sheath. This sheath is primarily composed of protein and fatty acids. This myelin sheath helps electrical impulses to travel along nerve cells rapidly and efficiently. These impulses decelerate down if myelin is compromised.
When the myelin sheath vanishes or is damaged in several places, it forms a scar, also known as Multiple Sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic disease that affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves of the central nervous system. The treatment of Multi Sclerosis can be cured with Ayurveda and Panchkarma Therapies. The exact pathology of Multiple Sclerosis is still unknown but yet autoimmunity is considered to create the pathology for Multiple Sclerosis. It is impossible to foresee how a person's multiple sclerosis (MS) will proceed. Some people will just have just minor symptoms while others may develop a severe stage.
Multiple Sclerosis is a condition affecting the Central Nervous System, which controls all the actions of the whole body. Therefore this condition is capable enough to affect any or all systems of the body. Common symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis are as follows-
Fatigue is one of the most prevalent symptoms of MS and can impair a person's ability to perform at work or at home.
Loss of interest in sex
Multiple sclerosis has no recognised aetiology. It is classified as an autoimmune illness, which occurs when the body's immune system assaults its own tissues. This immune system failure, in the case of MS, damages the fatty substance that coats and protects nerve fibres in the brain and spinal cord (myelin). It is unclear why some people develop MS and others do not. It appears that a combination of hereditary and environmental variables is to blame. Following are the observed factors that may cause the happening of MS-
The following variables may enhance your chances of having multiple sclerosis:
While these figures are frightening, it is vital to remember that there are specific lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your overall risk of developing MS such as:
A condition in which the immune system gnaws at the nerves' protective layer, MS causes nerve damage, which affects communication between the brain and the body. Multiple sclerosis is characterised by a wide range of symptoms, including visual loss, discomfort, fatigue, and decreased coordination.Symptoms, severity, and length can differ from one person to the next. Therefore an individualised and customised approach is needed in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis.
Neurologists, physical medicine and rehabilitation experts (physiatrists), urologists, psychiatrists, Neuro-ophthalmologists, and other specialists from Sri Vaidya Ayurvedic Panchkarma Hospital’s doctor’s panel are here to treat Multiple Sclerosis with apt diagnosis and proper cure to evaluate and treat each individual as part of a multidisciplinary team. Our MD Ayurveda Specialists collaborate closely with their colleagues across all campuses, with an emphasis on collaborative care.
Because of this teamwork, you won't get just one viewpoint - your care is debated among the team, and most specialised Ayurveda MD doctor’s are all working together for you.
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I visited Srivaidya Panchkarma Ayurveda Hospital. He was there for all investigations and thoroughly discussed all treatment options. My uncle had multiple sclerosis treatment and is recovering well.