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At www.TamingMultipleSclerosis.com we provide information about natural and alternative ways, which are helpful for reducing the symptoms and the effects of Multiple Sclerosis on the body.

We also provide more information through our blog
at http://TamingMultipleSclerosis.blogspot.com

Natural and/or alternatives can be effective for reducing many of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, but not every natural and/or alternative way works the same for each person, diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and may not be as effective in reducing the symptoms or the effects of Multiple Sclerosis for some people.

The effectiveness of natural and alternative ways for reducing
the symptoms and the effects of Multiple Sclerosis depends on several factors, including how your body metabolizes and reacts
to things, what other conditions you have together in combination with your particular case of Multiple Sclerosis and what type of prescription medications you are currently taking as a method of managing your symptoms of MS.

Natural and alternative ways are not a "cure" for Multiple Sclerosis, but another means for helping to calm down the over reactions of the nerves in the body to reduce the MS symptoms and help to increase how well you can function from day to day.

Alternative therapies often require finding medial professionals,
who specialize in each particular method, in addition to being well trained and have more extensive experience in the use of each different way being used.

You should do some checking on the credentials, experience and track record of the type of results each medical professional has prior to starting any type of alternative way for helping to reduce your symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis for your own safety and peace of mind, when working with a new medical professional.

Check into the medial professional's ways of being safe with
each method too and discuss all alternative ways that you are considering with your main doctor, prior to going for any new therapies.

Often alternative ways do not interact as much with prescription medications, but if you are already taking medications, discuss
any alternative ways that you are considering for you or anyone else, who you are know or love who also have Multiple Sclerosis, prior to considering anything else as an option for you.

Examples of alternative ways for reducing the effects of Multiple Sclerosis can include acupuncture, biofeedback, cranial electrical stimulation (CES), low energy electrical stimulation (LENS),
qi gong, tai chi, and yoga to name a few.

Natural ways help in the long run to reduce the effects of Multiple Sclerosis and restore more of your abilities to function, the effects of which often last longer, but the majority of natural ways, used for Multiple Sclerosis are not "quick fixes" for reducing many of the effects of Multiple Sclerosis on the body.

Some natural ways can interact with prescription medications, which are already being taken.

If you are already taking prescription medications it is strongly recommended that you find a doctor who understands more
about natural ways and how they can be used with the
medications you are taking.

Natural ways can include dietary changes, vitamins, herbs and other supplements, juicing fruits and vegetables or grinding whole foods, to name a few.

We are not doctors and we do not claim to be and any information that you read on our website or blog, or that is in any download from our website, or that you find through any links from our website are for informational purposes only and are not intended
to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure Multiple Sclerosis or any other disease, but is provided for informational purposes only.

We strongly recommend that any information that you read about natural and alternative ways should be discussed with your doctor before you consider anything as an option for your particular case
of MS or for anyone, who you know or love who may also be battling with Multiple Sclerosis.

We are providing all the information on this website, on our
blog, through any downloads or links to help you, along with
your doctor, to educate you more on natural and alternative
ways to give you more options for finding ways to help you
to find relief to your symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis and to help make life more tolerable, when it comes to dealing with
the effects of Multiple Sclerosis on your body.

More About the Content Writer for Our Website

The content writer for the information provided through the downloads, blog posts, article pages or any other information
on our site, has had her own experiences when it comes to being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and having to find ways to deal with the more devastating effects of MS.

Information provided on our site is written by our content writer, Diane Delap, who writes about how MS affects the body, from information that is currently available about Multiple Sclerosis,
in addition to describing more about natural and alternative ways
that she has found, which have helped to reduce her symptoms
of Multiple Sclerosis.

The natural and alternative therapies, which Diane uses, have helped her to function better than she had, before using natural and alternative ways.

Diane writes about ways to work with your body in using natural and alternative ways to help your body to function better again
by working with your body's own natural defense and repair mechanisms.

Vitamin deficiencies are a big problem with the majority of cases
of Multiple Sclerosis, but taking vitamins and other supplements are not the only solution and Diane discusses some of the other methods for helping restore the vitamin deficiencies, which can
help reduce many of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.

Diane also gives tips on life style changes for reducing symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, including reducing fatigue, reducing the effects of stress on MS, reducing spasticity, reducing insomnia, improving vision, reducing MS pain, reducing numbness and tingling, exercises to help improve muscle and nerve function, dietary changes, vitamins for boosting the immune system and reducing bladder infections and much more for reducing the symptoms and the effects of Multiple Sclerosis.

Author of " Taming Multiple Sclerosis,
Using Alternative and Natural Ways to Reduce
the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis "
 Ebook

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Diane has been battling, herself, with a severe case of Multiple Sclerosis, since October of 1996.

She understands how devastating the affects of Multiple Sclerosis can be on
your health and on everything that you
are able to do on a daily basis.

Even the things that you can sometimes take for granted that you can do to take care of yourself and your family each day can be affected, so that your abilities to function are reduced, or maybe even 
taken away from you.

Multiple Sclerosis doesn't just affect the lives of those who have been diagnosed with it, MS also affects everyone involved in your life, including your family, your friends, your co-workers, and your loved ones.

Diane's Story

Diane was diagnosed with a fast moving and severe case of Multiple Sclerosis in October of 1996.

As a result of the MS attacks, Diane lost her abilities to function
in a much shorter period of time, which made it so that she could not do anything for herself without help, because of the devastating effects of Multiple Sclerosis on her body.

Prior to Multiple Sclerosis attacking her body, Diane was able to work a physically demanding full time job, to drive and travel for work, to be very active in her community and other social and spiritual groups and enjoy life how ever she wanted to.

By the time Diane was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, most of what she enjoyed doing in life was almost totally taken away and the doctors didn't give her much hope for her condition to improve at all.

After Diane was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, she was
put on several prescription drugs, in an attempt to reduce many
of her symptoms of MS, including Avonex, one of the injectable drugs often prescribed for Multiple Sclerosis.

Diane was taught to give herself Avonex injections, once a week, and after 6 months of giving herself the injections, she developed 
very severe reactions to the medication.

After being taken off of the Avonex, Diane's neurologist tried to convince her to try using another of the injectable drugs also
often prescribed for Multiple Sclerosis.

Diane decided against this idea, since she was developing many more drug side effects and becoming more intolerant to most of
the other medications she was also taking at the time.

Diane chose a different path for finding ways to reduce the effects of Multiple Sclerosis on her body and instead set out to learn
more about natural and alternative ways for reducing the severe symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, which she was experiencing on a regular basis.

While searching for a doctor to work with her, Diane started researching vitamins and diets recommended for Multiple Sclerosis and ended up changing her diet, according to the Swank diet for MS, which she read about in a book.

Changing her diet, as described in the original Swank diet, did help some, but not enough to reduce the majority of the severe symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, which made it so that she didn't function much at all.

Diane was able to find a doctor, who did a thorough medical
workup on her condition and ordered all kinds of tests, to
determine a baseline for her condition with Multiple Sclerosis,
and who was also willing to work with her when it came to
using natural and alternative ways for reducing her symptoms
of Multiple Sclerosis.

After researching each natural or alternative way, Diane was
careful to discuss whatever she found with her doctor, before
trying anything, since her doctor knew her medical history and
was familiar with how her system tended to react to things
and she wanted to be sure that the methods would be safe to
try from her doctor's point of view.

After several years of trying different natural and alternative
ways, Diane was successful in finding ways that not only helped
to reduce her symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, but also reversed many of the effects of MS, which she initially suffered with.

As a result of using natural and alternative ways, Diane is functioning so much better than she was, when she was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

As an additional benefit, after using the natural and alternative ways more consistently for a few years, the MS attacks occur
much less often and when they do appear, the attacks are much less severe, than the initial attacks Diane suffered.

The initial Magnetic Resonance Imaging testing or MRI diagnostic scans showed that Diane had severe scarring on her upper spine but the last MRI scan, from a few years ago, showed that the scarring on her upper spine is totally gone!

Diane's neurologist was amazed by all of this and remarked on how surprisingly stable her condition appears to be, since she was told along the way that she has Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis.

In addition, her neurologist was surprised at how well Diane functions, in spite of her initially very severe case of Multiple Sclerosis that she started with, which made it so that Diane
did not function at all without help.

Diane still has a ways to go in her recovery from the severe nerve damage that she initially suffered, but she is able to do much
more than she could originally to take care of herself and function much better more often for more days throughout each week.

Although she is functioning much better in many ways, Diane was recently told that she has peripheral neuropathy or nerve damage
in her legs and feet making it so that she is unable to stand up
and walk and needs to use a wheelchair for her to get around.

Diane's quest continues on searching for ways to reverse the
nerve damage in her legs and feet, as a result of MS attacks on
her nerves and to find a way for her to be able to stand up and walk again.

The doctors have verified that Diane has dramatically improved from the severe symptoms that she initially struggled with, when she was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

Although Diane’s condition is still improving, Diane has a ways
to go in recovering from the remaining effects of Multiple Sclerosis on her body.

How Can This Help You?

Diane wants to help you too.

You, who also battle with the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, can find relief to not only make life more tolerable, but to help you to return to more of the daily activities that you enjoyed, before Multiple Sclerosis changed your life.

Since Diane has found ways to help her to find relief, she has
also made it her mission to provide the information on what she has found that helps to others, diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis
in the hopes that you will find relief too and to help provide you with ways to regain more of your abilities to function again.

Finding ways to fight back against Multiple Sclerosis and regain more of your life is so very important that it is worth going to
the effort of finding what works for you.

Diane is doing what she can to help make it easier for you to
find the information on alternative and natural ways to help you
to find relief without having to do years of the "trial and error" method like she had to do for her to find relief to her symptoms
of Multiple Sclerosis.

Diane has written an eBook to help you to understand more
about natural and alternative ways and how they work, so you
have more information you can discuss with your doctor, for
 helping you have more options for finding ways to reduce
your symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, in addition to reversing
more of the effects of Multiple Sclerosis on your body.

Diane's Favorite Sayings

Below are two of Diane's favorite sayings:

The first saying describes a way of viewing the body that can
help to promote healing in our bodies:

    "Learning to listen to our bodies and work with our bodies 
     speeds up the healing process, much better than if we have
     the mind set that we need to force our bodies into doing
     what we want them to do.

     If we are kind to our bodies, that kindness will be returned 
     back to us sevenfold in helping to give our bodies the support 
     that they need to help them to heal, restore and repair once
     again."
                                                         -- author unknown

The second saying summarizes the different ways that the
medical communities around the world often view the human
body, when it comes to dealing with more extreme health conditions, like Multiple Sclerosis:

    “There are two overall competing ways of viewing and 
     maintaining good health in the human body.

     In the first way of thinking, the discussions include talking
     about diagnosing diseases through using treatments to
     manage or minimize symptoms.

     In this way of thinking, those who follow this point of view
     also talk about how to prevent, reverse or cure debilitating 
     diseases.

     In the second way of thinking, the focus is more on
     balancing and reawakening the natural functioning of the
     body, in an effort to return the body to its original point
     of full functionality.

     Nature has a way of helping in this process.

     In reality, if we can find a way to give the body what it
     needs, it will heal, restore and repair itself.”

                                                                -- Anonymous

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please send
us an Email to tamingms@yahoo.com .

We would love to hear from you!

We wish you the best during your quest to wellness!

Kindest Regards,

The "Taming Multiple Sclerosis" Team



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