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Stems Cells and Repairing

 MS Nerve Damage

MS Stem cells

As MS research is progressing, more interesting ms facts are emerging, which may give us more hope that an ms cure is more of a possibility in the near future, than it was thought to be previously.  As more is understood about how our bodies repair the myelin sheaths, along the spinal cord, and as the medical community finds ways to prompt out bodies to repair more of the ms myelin damage

ms stress

Finding ways to reduce stress for those of us that have the Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis does more for reducing our MS symptoms than researchers and doctors alike ever knew before. When those of us with MS stress out over things in our lives, this just adds to making our symptoms worse. Our over reactions to stress can actually set up our systems for a MS exacerbation or a ms relapse to occur more often.

MS research is revealing so much more about how our over reactions to stress, for those of us with M S, can actually stimulate ms demyelination of our spinal cords and maybe even our brains, which can result in relapses or exacerbations of our MS symptoms.

Finding ways to reduce stress helps to calm down our over reactive nervous systems, which often is a result of Multiple Sclerosis. Reducing how stressed out we feel can actually help the body and finding ways to relax and rest can actually stimulate stem cells to be produced in our bodies. This is a way for our bodies to start to repair the damage to the myelin sheath, which insulates and protects the spinal cord, in addition to starting to help to repair the Blood Brain Barrier, which surrounds and protects the brain.

This is good ms news!

This means that if we can find a way to reduce ms stress and ms insomnia, we can help our bodies to repair itself and go into remission, as well as to reverse some of the previous damage that Multiple Sclerosis has already caused to our systems. Stressing out adds to how sick we feel and has a better chance of also increasing how disabled we can become because of the damage that Multiple Sclerosis can cause to our bodies during the MS attacks.

MS meditation can help to reduce ms stress and help to boost the number of stem cells that our bodies produce. But reducing our internal stress, reducing ms insomnia and retraining our minds and our bodies to relax is needed to increase the production of ms stem cells in our bodies.

According to Professor Mark Hyman, MD, this is the
best way that we have of helping our bodies to do a better job at producing stem cells, increasing immunity, and helping our bodies to repair and replenish.

MS research is finding that our bodies do repair some after each ms attack.  This is typically observed in Relapse and Remitting Multiple Sclerosis.  Our bodies produce glial cells and stem cells that help in different ways to repair damage to different systems throughout the body including nerves, blood, bone and dna.

Why not work with our bodies to help to give our bodies what they need to help them to repair, instead of working against our bodies.  If we learn to listen to our bodies, they do give us clues as to what they need to help them to repair.  It may take some practice for us to be able to learn to understand what our bodies are telling us what they need, but it is well worth learning to communicate with our bodies to help to speed healing.

This is not really a multiple sclerosis cure, but this may be found to help speed healing or at least help with reversing some or may even most of the damage to the body, caused by MS.  Further examination of this and other ways of reducing the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis can be more beneficial for more people who have diagnosed with MS.

Knowing these type of ms discoveries, as more and more is learned about Multiple Sclerosis and how it works against our bodies and about the natural repair mechanisms of our bodies and how to work with our bodies can make all of the difference in helping our bodies recover more of their ability to function more on a regular daily basis.

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