21 Facts and Myths about Multiple Sclerosis that will help your recovery!

3 Nov , 2017 Multiple Sclerosis

21 Facts and Myths about Multiple Sclerosis that will help your recovery!

There seems to be a lot of misconception regarding MS below are the facts and myths which are really important to take into consideration on your quest for authenticity and what’s best for your recovery and long term health, these are the facts and myths:

FACT: Big Pharma know perfectly well what causes MS, but they will never reveal the truth, least of all to you!

MYTH: The pharmaceutical companies are working tirelessly to develop a cure.

FACT: The Medical Establishment is funded by pharmaceutical companies to protect their interest, sell more drugs, and keep you in the dark.  They  would stand to lose billions in profits if people were to cure themselves naturally from MS – not to mention that their very foundation and web of deception would come crashing down.

MYTH: Pharmaceutical companies are humanitarian and patient’s welfare is of utmost importance over profiting from their illness.

FACT: Pharmaceutical companies are definitely NOT working on “a cure for MS”.  That’s the last thing they want.  The Medical Establishment and Pharmaceutical Industry want you to be sick.

MYTH: The cause of Multiple Sclerosis is unknown. It is considered an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues.

FACT: The term “autoimmune” is pure propaganda. The body is not attacking itself nor is it having an “abnormal” response against substances “normally present” in the body. The body is literally fighting for its life against the toxins from the environment, lifestyle, and man-made drugs, food, water, stress.

MYTH: Your genes are to blame. Your genes are defective its because of your parents, its hereditary, your body is attacking itself…this all nonsense merely mass manipulation that shifts the blame from the real sources of the disease

FACT: There are over 40 neuro-degenerative illnesses for which they do not have a CURE. That includes Multiple Sclerosis – Parkinson’s – Alzheimer’s – Fibromyalgia, and more.

MYTH:  MS is a death sentence.

FACT: It is the most common disabling neurological condition affecting young adults.  Many of them diagnosed in their 20s and 30’s. 

MYTH: You will end up in a wheelchair.  For the vast majority of people with MS, this is not the case. Getting rapidly worse is rare and most people with MS will never need to use a wheelchair on a regular basis.

FACT: Scotland has the highest incidence of Multiple Sclerosis per head of population in the world, with over 10,500 MS sufferers (1 in 500).

MYTH: There is no possibility of recovery.  MS is not a terminal illness but it is a life-long condition.

FACT: The brain and spinal cord are mainly made of fat, the type of fat depends on what we eat. If you are a saturated fat eater then it’s with regret that you could be contributing towards the progression of MS. Stop consuming saturated fats.

MYTH: Once diagnosed you have to give up work.  MS is different for everyone. Each person will experience different symptoms at different times and the impact of these symptoms on working life will very much depend on their type of work and their personal experience of MS.

FACT: Women are more likely to get MS – because they are influenced by environmental factors

MYTH: You will have to reduce your physical activity.  Moderate exercise is recognized as an important element in maintaining general health and wellbeing for everyone, especially people with MS. However, many people do not exercise on a regular basis and some people with MS face additional barriers. For example, the symptoms of MS may make some activities more difficult or require a different approach.

FACT: The annual health care cost for autoimmune diseases in USA is $120 billion a year representing nearly twice the economic health care burden of cancer (about $ 70 billion a year)

MYTH: You shouldn’t have children.  A woman with MS is less likely to have a relapse during pregnancy, although the risk of relapse increases during the six months after the birth. However, pregnancy has no long-term effect on the course of MS and a woman with MS is no more likely to experience miscarriage, stillbirth, birth defects or infant death than a woman who does not have MS.

FACT: There is no known cure for multiple sclerosis. But it has been proven that people with MS have coped much better with MS  by introducing natural supplements, exercises and a healthier diet lifestyle.

Source: https://consumer.healthday.com, http://www.empowher.com, The Truth About Multiple Sclerosis K Taylor

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