Symptoms of MS
Multiple Sclerosis is related to many different neurological symptoms, and their manifestation depends on the specific parts of the nervous system that are affected by the disease at any given time. Symptoms can gradually worsen over time, or occur in isolated attacks, followed by partial recovery. People with MS rarely share the same combination of symptoms.
Symptoms of MS include:
- - Eye failure
- - Loss of energy
- - Nausea
- - Sore muscles
- - Sensory symptoms (such as tingling sensations)
- - Ataxia
- - Failure of speech
- - Cognitive failure
Since there is no cure for MS, the clinical treatment of MS is mainly focused on slowing the progression of the disease, on preventing attacks, and on speedy recovery from attacks. This is usually done by using corticosteroids and other types of medicine. Additionally, doctors frequently prescribe MS patients muscle relaxants, and medication that reduces fatigue.
MS relief with The Wim Hof Method
The Wim Hof Method is a powerful method, developed by ‘Iceman’ Wim Hof. Because his method helped him to achieve extraordinary things (such as his incredible collection of over twenty Guinness World Records) Wim made it his mission to share the power of the Wim Hof Method with the rest of the world. It is a combination of breathing, commitment, and controlled exposure to cold, which helps people from all shapes and sizes to take control over their body and mind.
MS patients use the Wim Hof Method to relieve their symptoms in a number of ways. For starters, the combination of specific breathing exercises and cold showers is known to strengthen the body’s immune response, which has a positive effect on the reduction of inflammation associated with the development and progression of multiple sclerosis. Moreover, damaged nerves are known to perform poorly at higher temperatures. Unsurprisingly, MS patients who incorporate cold showers into their daily routines report serious benefits such as regained feeling in body parts that had lost sensation, increased energy, and even recovery from MS related urinary difficulties.
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