Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that currently affects over 2.5 million people worldwide. It’s the part of your body that is supposed to work to keep you healthy, but in turn it starts to attack the areas that help you function as a human being on a daily basis. It’s a disease that tends to affect more women than men with almost double the stats are women opposed to men.
If you have a family history of multiple sclerosis then you hold a high risk of developing the disease yourself. Multiple Sclerosis will tend to show itself in the body between the ages of 20-40 and the signs and symptoms of the disease will often come and go. They can linger or go away quickly. The symptoms of the disease can appear to be getting better only to return again another time. If you are experiencing any symptoms it is important to keep track of them so that a doctor can properly diagnose you.
Thankfully, there have been tons of holistic efforts recently getting praise for helping to decrease many symptoms of MS. Dietary adjustments such as trying a plant based diet, or incorporating herbs into your routine versus using prescription medications are definitely on the rise.
Here are some signs that you may have Multiple Sclerosis:
Typically muscle spasms are an early symptom of multiple sclerosis, and it often occurs mainly in the legs.
It can vary in intensity from mild spasms to intense painful ones. Many mistake this telltale sign for a case of restless leg syndrome, when all along it was MS settling in.
If you have been experiencing muscle spasms all too frequently for no real explanation, it may be time to discuss that with your doctor.