Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease of the brain and central nervous system. For some reasons, still unknown, the immune system begins to attack myelin, a protective cover of nerves. Like cables without insulation, affected nerves fail to send correct signals from the brain to muscles and other organs. Moving a finger or looking up can become quite a problem even in the early stages. As the disease progresses, more and more organs and systems fail to function properly, leading to total failure of vital systems.
The progress of Multiple Sclerosis may vary from relatively mild, with long periods of remission, to severe, with massive brain damage, paralysis and total loss of vision.
Conventional medicine has no cure for Multiple Sclerosis. However, symptomatic therapy may help to maintain a good quality of life on condition that the disease is diagnosed early. Take a look at the symptoms below. If you happen to have any of the Multiple Sclerosis symptoms below, consult the doctor as soon as possible and have all the necessary tests to disease.