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What Are Multiple Sclerosis Spasms,
Multiple Sclerosis Tremors and
Multiple Sclerosis Twitching?

 Can Anything Help Reduce MS Spasticity?

What are Multiple Sclerosis Spasms, Multiple Sclerosis Twitching or Multiple Sclerosis Tremors?

People diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis often have questions about the MS spasms, twitches, tremors or tics that they tend to get way too often.

Spasms, twitching, tremors or tics are pretty much similar to each other, where there are uncontrollable movements of the arms, legs, hands or feet that can be anywhere from mild to severe in their intensity or frequency.

The spasms, twitches or tremors can sometimes appear in the shoulder, neck or face too, but this isn't as common for the spasms to appear in these areas as it is for the spasms to appear in the arms, legs, hands or feet.

Involuntary means that the muscles can move on their own, without any effort on your part and without you being able to control these
movements.

This looks like the knee jerk response that you see when a doctor checks your reflexes by tapping your knee with a small rubber hammer.

With my own case of Multiple Sclerosis,
I found that I had more Multiple Sclerosis spasms,
Multiple Sclerosis tremors or Multiple Sclerosis twitching of my arms, hands, legs and feet shortly after I was diagnosed with
Multiple Sclerosis.

But the spasms that I have experienced off and on, within the last year, have been greatly reduced in the severity, frequency and how uncontrollable they can become.

Doctors are not totally certain as to what causes
the spasticity, which is seen in most cases of Multiple Sclerosis, but based on what my doctor has told me for my particular case of MS that I have a more severe deficiency in magnesium most of the time.

Calcium and Magnesium tend to work together
to aid in absorption and in how both of these
vitamins can be used throughout the body.

Vitamin D, C and E are also important for aiding in the absorption of calcium and magnesium.

It appears in my particular case that the more extreme deficiency of Magnesium, Calcium and vitamin D appear to play a significant role in the spasms that I tend to have more often.

After I was prescribed supplements containing extra magnesium, calcium and vitamin D, my spasms were reduced to very mild and fairly infrequent spasms.

Doctors have also found that if the magnesium deficiency is severe enough, this can also contribute to heart arrhythmias, where the heart beats erratically, instead of its regular even rhythm and increasing the magnesium, calcium and vitamin D intake helps to reduce or maybe even eliminate the heart arrhythmias.

I have found that a few things have
helped to reduce how severe and how frequent the Multiple Sclerosis spasms, Multiple Sclerosis twitching,
Multiple Sclerosis tremors can become, with my case of MS.

If you are deficient in magnesium, like I am most of the time, there are a few things that can help to reduce this problem.

Magnesium is the vitamin that helps to relax the whole nervous system, including the muscles, the nerves and the brain.

A more severe case deficiency will contribute
to those that have been diagnosed with
Multiple Sclerosis, for the legs, feet, hands,
and other parts of the body to have more
frequent and more severe spasms.

You can take magnesium until bowel tolerance and then reduce it some to avoid diarrhea, but if you can’t tolerate taking higher doses of magnesium, there is are a few better ways to
boost the amount of magnesium in your system.

Multiple Sclerosis and Vitamins: Vitamin D,
calcium, vitamin E and vitamin C all enhance the absorption and vitamin E, as well as other vitamins and minerals, that also help to boost the immune system and increase how well the
body can absorb and use the magnesium by
the body.

But as an added benefit, vitamin D, vitamin C,
vitamin E, as well as other vitamins and minerals help to boost the immune system, as well, which also help to strengthen the immune system and making it easier for our bodies to be able to defend itself against infections.

There are also food based supplements that I
have found that have helped to reduce the hand, arm, foot and legs spasm to a larger degree.

The supplement is freeze dried barely greens.

Do not take any supplements on your own, without the supervision of your doctor
, since some elevated levels of certain vitamins
in the blood can actually cause more harm
than good.

Any information that you read, see or hear about, should be discussed with your doctor before acting on any of the information, to determine what is needed and safe to take
for your
particular case of MS.

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