Are there ways to reverse or
repair Multiple Sclerosis neuropathy or MS nerve damage?
First of all, what is neuropathy, when it comes to Multiple Sclerosis?
Neuropathy in Multiple Sclerosis is a condition where the nerves become
damaged or deteriorated in some way, which interferes with the nerve
signals traveling throughout the body as they should.
Since over 70% of the human body is made up of nerves, and the nerves
send instructions throughout the body to tell the different parts of
the body how to work, any kind of attacks to the nerves can make a huge
difference in how well your body can function.
Multiple Sclerosis is known for attacking the mylein or fatty tissue
along the spinal cord and/or throughout the brain, causing scarring or
lesions to result.
But did you know that people, diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis are
often very deficient in vitamin B12, which can also cause nerve damage
or neuropathy to result too?
it comes to reducing nerve function problems with Multiple Sclerosis or
with reducing peripheral neuropathy or nerve damage in MS
there anything natural or alternative that can help to reverse the
the nerves, or at least reduce the problems with the nerves functioning?
one of the big questions, when it comes to Multiple Sclerosis.
been searching for something myself, when it comes to reversing or at least reducing
the peripheral neuropathy or nerve damage or nerve function
problems, which my doctor has told me for several years that I
have had a major problem with, since I was diagnosed with
excited to say that I think I found something that is helping to reduce the nerve
function problems in my legs, feet, hands, and arms in many
What is it
that can help?
B12 is a natural way to help repair nerve damage...at least that
is what information I
found, while doing my own research for searching for something to help
reduce the nerve function problems that I have been experiencing for 14
I am so excited to let you
know about what I am finding that taking a higher dose of vitamin B12
helping with, when it comes to Multiple Sclerosis neuropathy or MS
I have had several problems with my nerves not functioning as they
of the effects of more severe Multiple Sclerosis attacks on my body,
taking the higher doses of vitamin B12 has been helping to reduce.
Taking extra vitamin B12 has helped me in the following ways:
* Numbness greatly reduced in my legs, hands and
* Feeling returning much more in my feet,
legs and hands
* Standing up better
Nerve function in legs is returning again, so that my knees don't
much when I try to stand up and let go.
Not able to stand for a few years but starting to be able to stand up
* Weakness on one side of the body greatly
had a big problem with this most times for a few months after each MS
attack, but it is most of the way gone, where it is much more even as
to how one side of the body functions, when compared to the other.
It hasn't been this good, most of the time, since I was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 14 years ago!
* Hands working better
Able to pick up and hold things much better without dropping everything
Able to control my hands better for activities that require having
dexterity or fine finger movement.
Much less hand spasms
* Vision fogginess or haziness cleared up
Vision much crisper and clearer
Much less floating fuzz in vision
* Balance improving when standing
I had very little balance for a long time (a few years) and that is starting to improve more.
* Dizziness or lightheadedness greatly reduced when trying to
dizziness or lightheadedness when I stand up is most of the way gone
most times that I stand up, since I started taking the higher dose
of B12, along with B complex.
* Reduced MS fatigue
Taking B12 has been increasing my energy levels during the day and
making it so
that I sleep better at night.
* Reduce Brain Fog
Felt spacey and like I was in
a heavy fog before and couldn't find my way out.
the higher dose of B12 has made it so that the brain fog has
disappeared most days, when it was present most of the time before.
* Speed Up Brain
Thinking more clearly, since
taking higher dose of B12.
Before I was
slowly and thinking through things was much more difficult, but think
is so much easier now than it was and I can think through things much
* Thinking more clearly
I am doing better and the MS symptoms aren't taking over, I am able to
write, but lately that has been much more of a struggle most days,
until I started taking the higher dose of B12 each day.
it has only been 2 weeks, since I started taking the higher dose of
B12, I see a drastic improvement in brain function and how well I can
think through things now, without it being a major effort, like it was
All of these good effects on
reducing the symptoms of Multiple
Sclerosis neuropathy and MS
and on improving how well my nerves are functioning in many ways are
major improvements that I have noticed, since I started taking
the higher dose of vitamin B12 daily for only 2 weeks!
I didn't take the extra B12 on my own, but rather I have been working
doctor every step along the way.
It is not recommended that you try taking even vitamin supplements,
supervision of at least one or more of your doctors, since prescription
medications can interact with some vitamin supplements.
Also, depending on what other conditions you have along with the
Sclerosis, it may be that some vitamin supplements are not recommended
to take by your doctor.
The reason this information is being provided to you is to give you an
of something that you can discuss with your doctor, which may be
can help you too, to find relief to some or even many of the problems
are facing, when it comes to how Multiple Sclerosis attacks has reduced
well your nerves can function.
Also, not all forms of B12 are absorbable.
Methyl B12 is a better absorbed form of B12.
In addition, taking tablets and capsule forms of B12 and swallowing
them is not
very effective, since these forms of B12 are not easily absorbable
Sublingual forms of B12 work much better, since the B12 is dissolved
tongue, so that it absorbs directly into the blood stream.
Vitamin B12 needs to be taken with B complex too, since the B vitamins
not be taken separately, since doing so can cause a much worse
other B vitamins too.
Also, if you have been found to have higher levels of the toxic metal
in your body, then it can be much more difficult to find a form of B12
can tolerate, since higher levels of mercury can interact with many
The form of B12, that I have found that I can tolerate taking, that is
more easily absorbed, is NOW
brand Instant Energy B12.
take 2 packets a day, mixed with water (with each packet containing
2,000 mcg or 2 mg of B12, along with other B vitamins and 200 mg of
take additional B complex twice a day, to reduce the risk of creating
further vitamin deficiencies in other of the B vitamins, while taking
the higher doses of B12.
also take extra chromium, 1 cap twice a day of chromium polynicotinate,
since this form of chromium is more absorbable with causing less stress
on the body.
My doctor works closely with
me and I am under his supervision for all supplements and medications
that I take daily.
doctor and I are excited about the results that I have received so far
from taking the higher dose of B12 on reducing the symptoms of Multiple
Sclerosis neuropathy or the MS
my doctor and I are looking forward to seeing how the longer
effect of the taking higher doses of B12 helps with possibly even
reversing more of the Multiple Sclerosis peripheral neuropathy or MS
nerve damage to the hands, arms, legs and feet in the future!
We do not sell vitamins, but
we have found that for us certain ones are better
tolerated by us and help much more for us to gain the benefits that are
to reduce the effects of Multiple Sclerosis, that we more severely
not attempt to take any supplements on your own without medical
supervision, since some vitamin supplements can interact with
prescription medications or are can be not recommend for certain other
conditions, which may also be accompanying the Multiple Sclerosis, for
your particular case of MS.
information provided here is only provided to assist you with
supervision of your doctor to consider further ways to help
effects of Multiple Sclerosis, which you or someone that you know or
love may be struggling with.