Multiple sclerosis is a neurological disease that mostly occurs in young adulthood. It is a chronic inflammation of the central nervous system, which can affect the brain, optic nerves or spinal cord.
The course of the disease is unpredictable. Initially, so-called “relapses” develop, which resolve with appropriate therapy or spontaneously, completely or partially. In most of those affected, the episodic course turns into a progressive form after a certain time.
To date, multiple sclerosis is considered incurable. However, the symptoms that occur can be treated concomitantly with homeopathic remedies.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for multiple sclerosis that best suits your situation.
Sleep disorders to insomnia
Numbness extending over the whole body and involuntary twitching of the muscles. The passage is unsafe. Tremor in the hands, nystagmus. Skin feels cold to frosty, as if icy needles were penetrating.
The muscles lose strength but retain sensitivity.
Causes of Multiple Sclerosis
The causes of the onset of this disease have not yet been clearly clarified. Researchers assume an autoimmune reaction. Defense and inflammatory cells attack the body’s own structures, which leads to damage to nerve fibers. These are then no longer able to properly transmit stimuli. The histories of the illness sometimes look very different. This applies to the severity of the impairments and to the temporary course of the disease.
Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
- muscle weakness
- vision impairment
- emotional disturbances
- mood swings
- depressive moods
- sleep disorders
Further tips and information on treatment
MS is treated with medication during relapses and during relapse-free intervals. Physiotherapy, ergotherapy, psychotherapy and physical activity are also prescribed as needed.