Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the nerves of the Central nervous system (Brain and Spinal Cord) degenerate.
Myelin, which provides a covering or insulation for nerves, improves the conduction of impulses along the nerves and also is essential for maintaining the health of the nerves. In multiple sclerosis, inflammation causes the myelin to disappear eventually. Consequently, the electrical impulses that move along the nerves decelerate that is, become inactive. Also, the nerves themselves are damaged. As more and more nerves are concerned, a patient undergoes a progressive interference with functions that are regulated by the nervous system such as Vision, Speech, Walking, Writing, and Memory.
Usually, a patient can diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis between 20 and 50 years of age, but MS has diagnosed in children and the elderly. Women are twice as likely as men to be affected earlier in life.
Symptoms of MS may be single or many ranges from mild to severe in intensity and short too long in duration. Complete or partial remission from symptoms occurs early in about 70% of patients.
- Visual disturbances may be the first symptoms of multiple sclerosis, but they usually subside. A patient may notify blurred vision, red-green distortion (colour desaturation), or sudden monocular blindness (blindness in one eye).
- Muscle weakness with or without difficulties with coordination and balance.
- Muscle spasms, fatigue, numbness, and prickling pain are common symptoms
- There may be a loss of sensation, speech impediment, tremors, or dizziness.
Fifty-percent of patients experience mental changes such as decreased concentration, attention deficits, some degree of memory loss, inability to perform sequential tasks, or impairment in judgment. Additional symptoms may involve depression, manic depression, paranoia, or an irrational urge to laugh and weep. As the disease worsens, victims may experience sexual dysfunction or reduced bowel and bladder control. Heat appears to intensify multiple sclerosis symptoms for about 60% of patients. Pregnancy seems to reduce the no of attacks.
Due to the broad scope and subtleties of symptoms, multiple sclerosis may not be diagnosed for months to years after the onset of symptoms. Physicians, especially neurologists, take full histories and perform comprehensive physical and neurological examinations.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Scans, an Electro-Physiological Test, finally, considering the Cerebro-Spinal Fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord. Collectively, these three tests assist the physician in strengthening the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. For a definite diagnosis of MS, dissemination in time (at least two separate symptomatic events or changes on MRI) and in anatomical space (for example, within the Central Nervous System) must demonstrate.
According to Ayurveda, the action is considered to be the property of Vata dosha, and there is an obstacle or dysfunction in the flow of neurological deficit is Vata dosha involved. The line of Multiple Sclerosis Treatment will be to reduce the inflammation of the brain cells first and then to nourish them.
The ideal treatment for multiple sclerosis includes reducing the number of attacks, improving recovery from attacks, and attempting to slow further progression of the disease. The Ayurvedic treatment of Multiple Sclerosis aimed at arresting the progress of the illness and helping alleviate the symptoms. The significant aspects of Ayurvedic treatment for multiple sclerosis include diet modification, life style changes, ayurveda panchakarma therapies, and rejuvenation procedures that nourish and empower the nervous system and practicing pranayama-the breathing exercises and yoga.
Ayurveda believes that the human body is competent enough to handle any challenge provided; it gets the necessary support. So the treatments are aimed at strengthening and rejuvenating the body’s mechanisms for healing. The procedures like Abhyanga (Oleation), Swedam (Suddation), Rookshasweda, Udvarthanam (Powder Massage) Elakizhi (Leaf Bundle Massage), Nasyam (Nasal Insufflation), Tarpanam (Eye Treatments), Virecanam (Purgation), Vasthi Karma (Ayurveda Speciality Enema Procedures), Pizhichil (Sarvanga Dhara or Oil Bath), Shali Shastika Pinda Swedam (Navarakizhi), Sirodhara (Oil poured continuously on the head), Talam etc are done in treating MS. However, these therapies should be done only at a proper ayurvedic facility under the supervision of a qualified and eminent ayurvedic doctor. Ayurvedic treatment for Multiple Sclerosis in Hyderabad has firmly gained the success rate.
Pranayama or The Breathing Exercises is one thing that invariably helps a person living with multiple sclerosis. The nervous system utilizes almost 80% of the oxygen we breathe. So deep breathing refreshes the nerves and improves the mood.
We at Vardhan Ayurveda Hospital, since 1999 with 5 branches (Narayanguda, Tarnaka, Banjara Hills, Vijayawada, and Kurnool) across Andhra Pradesh & Telangana, with a proven methodology, with zero side effects have treated more than 6 Lakh happy customers. We provide the Best Treatments for "Multiple Sclerosis" with high success rates through Ayurveda.