A New Hope For MS Patients!
Multiple Sclerosis the myelin sheath or insulation surrounding the axons of the brain, and spinal cord axons are damaged, and no longer can function as the freeway carrying nerve signals. With few or no nerve signals, muscle function, and cognitive ability are impaired.
The body's immune system attacks, and destroys, the myelin sheaths, preventing any nerve signals from traveling along the axons.
MS can be stable with no increase in symptoms, or relapsing with increased symptoms. The progressive form of the disease is an increase of MS symptoms accompanied by neurological problems as it advances.