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quote:Originally posted by hawaiigirl413 I was diagnosed with MS 10 years ago... auto immune problems with (lupus?)
quote:Originally posted by sdurkee34has anyone heard that the darker your skin the color the more myelin you have on your axons thus creating quicker reactions from the central nervous system, which allows better explosive movement such as jumping by people of color? My old coach who has his phd in excercise science said that one of his grad school professors had said this but i have been unable to find any written sources of this?steve durkee
quote:Originally posted by ROBERTAnyone researching therapies for MS should be aware that MS can follow a "relapsing-remitting" pattern. During remission there is a marked recovery, e.g. sufferers can regain the vision they have lost, and the ability to walk. This recovery is due to remyelination which occurs naturally.If a therapy was used during this remission period it would be possible to wrongly attribute the recovery to the therapy , when in fact it was naturally occuring, and the therapy useless or even harmful.
quote:Originally posted by BassAndrewI recently read (somewhere?) that there is a statistically higher incidence of MS for individuals that had mononucleosis in their youth. The paper did not suggest that the epstein-barr virus was to blame for the development of MS, but rather that it somehow altered the immune system. Have you seen any research on this- if so, do you have any comments?Several acquaintances of mine either have MS or have family members with MS- so I find this whole thread fascinating.
quote:Originally posted by ikoThe old cod liver oil could help restoring immune balance, but it would probably take some time (several months).I wasn't able to find clinical results about vitamin A,D and omega-3 (the main components of cod liver oil)in MS...but I'll go on surfing PubMed!
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REGISTER or LOGIN here is another doctor who is convinced that MS is caused or at least contributed to by fluctuations in venous pressure. Franz Alfons Schelling, MD
Is there anything that IBT doesn't work for?