MS Symptoms

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MS, or multiple sclerosis, is a condition in which the protective sheath that covers the nerves is eaten away by the immune system. Discover how MS can cause a loss of speech, the inability to walk and numbness in the limbs with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on MS symptoms.

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MS symptoms or better known as multiple sclerosis. It's where the immune system eats away the protective sheath that covers the nerves. There tends to be a loss of speech, a loss of walking. Symptoms can go from mild to even worse. More women than men and usually in the age of 20 to 40 years of age. The limbs, the arms and legs can become numb or they could have numbness in these limbs. They're going to have perhaps loss of vision. Their eye movement, it doesn't remain the same, it tends to be very either a slow or rapid in movement or pain in the eyes. Double vision many times. They're going to suffer with fatigue, extremely tiredness, easily tired. Dizziness and could even develop tremors. The head can shake and can be a really difficult condition unless the person who has been diagnosed with this from their medical physician gets help and knows how to handle the condition because there is no known cure for multiple sclerosis.


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