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Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects the functions of the brain and spinal cord.

Multiple Sclerosis or MS can occur at any age but usually occurs around 20 and 40 years of age.  Compared to men, women are 2-3 times more affected by this disease. The progression and severity of symptoms are unpredictable.   According to a global study, around 2.8 million people worldwide have MS.  Out of which, around 1 million are from the USA.


How do you get Multiple Sclerosis? 


What causes Multiple Sclerosis? 


Is MS hereditary? 

What is Multiple Sclerosis or MS?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic condition of the Central Nervous System (CNS) that affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.  MS disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and other parts of the body and you suffer from a range of signs and symptoms including physical, mental, and emotional problems.

What are the signs and symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Not everyone gets all the symptoms of MS. But the common symptoms of MS include :

Fatigue, dizziness

Slurred speech

Numbness, tingling, pricking, or sensation of pins and needles

The trouble with coordination and loss of balance 

Pain and Stiffness of muscles or spasms, muscle weakness


Bladder and bowel problems

Mood changes such as depression

Visual disturbances

Memory problems

How do you get Multiple Sclerosis?

In autoimmune conditions, your own immune system attacks your tissues.  Especially in MS, the immune malfunction destroys the outer layer of the nerves that coats and protects the brain nerves and spinal cord (myelin).  This destruction leads to diminished functions in the brain and spinal cord. Eventually, the disease can cause permanent damage or deterioration of the nerves.


According to Ayurveda, an improper diet and lifestyle for several years cause accumulation of excessive toxins (Aama) in the brain and nervous system. These toxins change the structure of the brain and nervous system.

Also, excessive air formation in the nervous system deteriorates and damages the protective outer layer of the nerves.  This creates plaque and lesions around the nerves tissues accompanied by inflammation.  

Your immunity reacts to the changes in the nervous tissues, thinking that it’s a foreign body, virus, or bacteria.   This ends up in thinning and loss of the outer cover of the brain nerve and spinal cord (myelin sheath).  Thus the connection between the brain and the external organs lost and finally, the organs stop functioning.  Mainly it impacts the optic nerves, legs, and hands.  Or it depends on where there are attacks.  


MS-affected people always have a history of some kind of trauma and this trauma impacts their digestive system or eating lots of junk foods creating that damages the digestive functions and creating more and more toxins.

What causes Multiple Sclerosis?

  • Autoimmune attacks to the brain and nerves
  • Accumulation of toxins and inflammation in the brain due to regular eating of wrong foods and junk foods
  • Genetic factors

Book a consultation for treating your type of MS 



Know the stages of MS disease 

There are the following types-

  • Relapsing-Remitting MS (RRMS)-
    This is the most common form of multiple sclerosis.

  • Secondary-Progressive MS (SPMS)-
    In SPMS, symptoms worsen more steadily over time, with or without the occurrence of relapses and remissions.

  • Primary-Progressive MS (PPMS).

  • Progressive-Relapsing MS (PRMS).


Is MS hereditary?

MS isn't directly inherited, but people who are related to someone with the condition are more likely to develop it; the chance of a sibling or child of someone with MS also developing it is estimated to be around 2 to 3%.


Can you live a normal life with MS?

Since the severity of the disease varies from person to person, it can be difficult for doctors to predict whether their condition will worsen or improve.  At Ayushakti, we have witnessed remarkable improvements in people such as relief in pain, tingling sensation, improved vision, no dizziness, tremors, improved speech, restores body balance, etc. You will be able to live a normal life as the natural treatments prevent further progression for the long term.  

When to see a doctor?

Consult your doctor if you have one or more of the symptoms such as blurred vision or vision loss in one or both eyes, acute paralysis in the legs or one side of the body, numbness, and tingling sensations in a limb.


How to Diagnose Multiple Sclerosis?

  • MRI brain scan or lab tests – to detect MS-related damage to the central nervous system (CNS)
  • Observing the pattern of symptoms occurrence


Ayushakti doctors can diagnose the deep routed cause of  Multiple Sclerosis through pulse reading (personal consultation) or face reading (video consultation.  Ayushakti doctors besides looking at your reports, ask you questions to analyze the underlying cause of your symptoms including where the inflammations and blockages are, why there are autoimmune triggers, your dietary habits, any childhood trauma, or severe emotional or mental stress etc.  Accordingly, Ayushakti doctors plan a customized treatment plan as per your body requirements.

Will MS go away?

Conventional treatments consist of immune suppressants, physiotherapy, and medication that can suppress the immune system and may help with symptoms and slow disease progression.



  • Chemotherapy-
    Kills cells that are growing or multiplying too quickly.


Prevents or counteracts swelling (inflammation) in joints and tissues.


Reduce immune response.


Modifies or simulates hormone effects, often to reduce inflammation or for tissue growth and repair.




Professional advice and support help people solve problems, make decisions and change their behavior.


A forum for counseling and sharing experiences among people with a similar condition or goal such as depression or weight loss is arranged.