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Multiple Sclerosis by Seth Langley, Dawkins B6

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
1 Multiple Sclerosis is an abnormal response of the body's immune system that is directed against the Central Nervous System.
1.1 The Central Nervous System is composed of the...
1.1.1 Brain
1.1.2 Spinal Cord
1.1.3 and the Optic Nerves What happens when you have MS? The Immune System attacks the Myelin. Myelin is the fatty substance that surrounds/insulates the nerve fibers Damaged Myelin forms scar tissue (Sclerosis), giving the disease its name When Myelin or nerve fiber is damaged, nerve impulses are distorted causing multiple symptoms. Fatigue, Numbness, Weakness, Dizziness... Pain, Emotional Changes, Cognative Changes... Walking Difficulty, Vision Problems, and Bladder Issues Depression, Spasticity... The cause of MS is still unknown, but scientists believe that different factors can increase the risk of developing MS Such as... Lack of vitamin D Environmental factors However, it is not hereditary There are no "official" treatments, but there are steps to take to slow down the course of MS Medications are used to modify the disease course, treat relapses, and manage symptoms Smoking
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