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How to Treat MS

Friday, 03 Jun 2011 11:19 AM

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can be treated in a number of ways. Medications have always been the primary MS treatment. Multiple Sclerosis medications may include those that treat MS symptoms like inflammation, muscle spasticity, fatigue, and flare ups.

However, before dealing with MS treatment, it is important for a patient to understand what multiple sclerosis is. Reading about the symptoms and understanding them helps the patient to have better control over his/her MS symptoms.

MS treatment may also include various diets that have been shown to reverse the degeneration caused by the onset of multiple sclerosis.

Injections of Beta Interferon are known to be one of the best medications for treating multiple sclerosis. MS symptoms in women also include flare ups, and Beta Interferon is highly effective in its treatment. This medication is especially helpful for people whose multiple sclerosis is relapsing. A diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables and alternative forms of treatment like yoga and tai chi are known to be helpful in MS treatment.

MS treatment for women and men is generally aimed at making life more comfortable instead of reversing or treating the MS Symptoms.

For more information on MS, see below:
Multiple Sclerosis: Top Natural Supplements for Treatment 
Best Treatment Centers for Multiple Sclerosis
Role of Diet in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

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