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Multiple Sclerosis (MS)


MS - a label full of confusion and mystery - can be an earth-shattering diagnosis. MS patients experience a range of painful symptoms that can completely change their lives. Fortunately, this condition is not an incurable disease where your immune system attacks parts of the nerve sheath (Myelin sheath), as many well-meaning experts believe. The truth is that aggressive viruses and their cofactors are at the root of many MS symptoms. Once you understand what's really behind MS, you can take steps to heal. True Birth of the MS Diagnosis In the past, neurological conditions were often only taken seriously by medical professionals if the condition could be seen with the doctor's own eyes. For example, a doctor could easily see if someone was suffering from tremors or involuntary autonomic spasms and consider these neurological problems. However, when a woman's neurological problems, such as severe fatigue or increased blindness, were not apparent, the reported symptoms were often not believed or taken seriously. The descriptions of women were wrongly received with contempt and disbelief. Although women had expressed their health concerns, it wasn't until men started complaining about similar neurological problems that medical professionals began to take these symptoms seriously. When men (who were considered fair and trustworthy within patriarchal society) complained of similar symptoms, doctors began to take these health concerns seriously. It's viral When the first true MS diagnoses were made, the treatment options proposed were limited, inappropriate, and even led many people to suffer needlessly. The truth, unknown to medical science and research, is that nearly every neurological symptom stems from one group of viruses: the herpes family. There are certain types of bacteria that can cause immediate swelling and inflammation in the brain, but the problem that arises is strikingly different from the neurological symptoms that people with MS, ALS, Lyme disease, and more have to endure. The Epstein-Barr virus falls within the herpes family and is the culprit often responsible for MS. However, other co-factors are usually involved as well, including toxic heavy metals, such as mercury, copper, aluminum, lead, nickel, arsenic, cadmium, chromium, alloys and steel, or hazardous chemicals, such as pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, rodenticides , and DDT. These toxins may nourish and support the many strains of Epstein-Barr and other herpes viruses that cause neurological symptoms. Medical science is not yet sufficiently aware that these toxic substances play a major role in this. Brain Markers Often a brain lesion is seen on the MRI or CAT scan of someone who has been diagnosed with MS. It's important to note that millions of people who have not been diagnosed with MS live their lives with harmless markings in their brains that they are completely unaware of. These lesions can be caused by a number of things that are not and will not cause problems, including crystallization, calcification, or scar tissue from a blow to the head many years ago. However, if you struggle with stiffness, weakness, numbness, blurred vision, or any other symptom associated with MS, you may be given an inaccurate MS diagnosis. It's normal to have harmless markings on your brain. If you've ever had an MRI or CT scan with contrast, make sure you stay hydrated and add a little more lemon or lime water to your routine for a period of time. The contrast medium contains heavy metals and it is important to flush these toxins from your bloodstream and organs. Even if you don't show any symptoms, you may be falsely told you have MS if a scan reveals noticeable markings on the brain. These markings (which you may have from birth or childhood and which could be heavy metal deposits or MSG) are rarely associated with MS. There are unique cases where viral inflammation leads to the development of severe pockets and lesions in the brain, along with damaged nerve sheaths and nerve endings, all of which can cause MS-related symptoms. But these cases are rare. If you suffer from MS symptoms, it is likely that a variety of Epstein-Barr viruses release an abundance of neurotoxins. Neurotoxins are a harmful byproduct that occurs when a virus feeds on a toxin, such as a heavy metal. This harmful byproduct can disrupt the functioning of your neurological system and trigger MS symptoms. This can happen regardless of whether you have lesions or have markings on your brain. Some people experience MS symptoms due to a combination of viruses, such as a strain of Epstein-Barr, shingles, and HHV-6. Other contributing factors are B12 deficiencies and conversion problems (methylation). Regardless of the specific mix of viruses and problems you're dealing with, it's likely that an abundance of neurotoxins is floating through your system and wreaking havoc. The Lyme trend Fewer people are getting an MS diagnosis these days, or if they have had an MS diagnosis in the past, it is now being changed to a different diagnosis. This is largely due to the fact that a wide range of symptoms are now mistakenly piped into a Lyme disease diagnosis. The number of new MS diagnoses is declining as the number of Lyme disease diagnoses continues to rise, and this trend is likely to continue for some time until the cause is truly known. Because many people with MS symptoms may also have been diagnosed with Lyme — or may receive that diagnosis in the future — it's important that you know the truth about Lyme disease. There is so much misinformation about this disease. Around the birth of the Lyme disease diagnosis, some incredible doctors unanimously and accurately recognized that it was viral. In the early 1970s, however, there were no antiviral drugs that could treat viruses. However, steroids and antibiotics were available, so once professionals got the wrong idea that Lyme was bacterial, patients started getting prescriptions that didn't really address the true cause of this disease: viruses. The brilliant doctors who told their patients the truth - that Lyme was viral - had no medicine to offer. If a patient had suggested that one of these doctors treat their virus-based illness with antibiotics, the doctor would likely have objected, claiming that treating a viral infection with an antibiotic would make the patient worse. This piece of information is still true today and is one of the reasons nearly 85% of people with Lyme disease get worse when they treat their viral condition with antibiotics. The other 15% of those who suffer may improve, but it's likely due to alternative treatments they include in their protocol, such as IV vitamin C therapy and certain beneficial supplements like Cats Claw. You see Lyme patients recovering when stopping antibiotics and starting a real antiviral protocol. Because MS, like Lyme disease, is caused by viruses that cause damage in the body, antibiotics should be avoided and an antiviral protocol implemented instead. Steps to take A huge amount of neurotoxins in the body can lead to such severe nerve inflammation that the nerves can dry out and burst. If a person's nervous system is in a state of complete disarray and if they don't provide their bodies with the foods and supplements that can help them fight the invaders and toxins that are causing the problems, they may have a hard time and be prescribed immunosuppressants. Immunosuppressants break down the immune system, so if anyone is taking some of these drugs, it's critical that they start taking certain foods and supplements that boost the immune system. If you have been diagnosed with MS, your doctor and/or physical therapist may recommend an abundance of protein because they believe it supports muscle strength. But it's critical to understand that eating plenty of the right carbohydrates, not protein, is more important and will actually help you build muscle. While you're working to recover from MS, you should eat an abundance of carbohydrate-rich fruits and vegetables, as well as plenty of leafy greens, to maintain strength and heal. At the same time, keep your animal protein to once a day or less if possible. While you're working to heal severe neurological symptoms, it's ideal to lower animal proteins and get more medicinal fruits, leafy greens and vegetables. Moving forward When you are suffering, even if it has been for many, many years, it is vital that you continue to believe in your body's ability to heal. You can get past the chronic pain, tremors, weakness, fatigue, and whatever symptoms you may have. As you take one day at a time and adopt a protocol of healing, antiviral supplements, and nourishing juices and meals, do your best to keep your heart light. Celebrate as each symptom relieves and heals and know that this information is always there to return to and find encouragement in. Healing is not always a rreal path - it's three steps forward and two steps back. Even though healing is not linear, you will move forward and eventually find true victory.

If you are interested in which foods are and are not important in the treatment of MS and or the specific supplements and teas that I recommend, please contact (0651249421 / info@innerfresh.nl) or schedule a free and non-binding telephone appointment . This can be done via this link. Regards Aschwin Orthomolecular therapist Lyme recovery therapist #ms #multiplesclerosis #neurological #inflammation #lyme #als #viral #viruses #EBV #herpes #epsteinbarvirus #shingles #hhv6 #antiobiotics #medicalmedium #aschwin #innerfresh #heavymetals #mercury #copper #aluminium #lead #nickel #arsenic #cadmium #chromium #alloys #steel #dangerouschemicals #pesticides #herbicides #fungicides #rodenticides #DDT #methylation


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