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There are a number of different ways to treat multiple sclerosis, and to treat its symptoms. They range from injections designed to reduce flare ups and medications to treat inflammation, fatigue, and muscle spasticity. There are also a number of diets out there many of which have been shown to help not only the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, but have reversed the process of the disease. The conventional way to treat multiple sclerosis is usually through a series of injections, of Beta Interferon which reduces the disease's flare ups. By use of a genetically engineered protein similar to what is in our bodies this medication will reduce disease activity, but cannot reverse the damage. Many people have difficulty tolerating this drug as some of the side effects are difficult to manage. This medication is only for those with the relapsing form of multiple sclerosis who can still walk. There are a number of different medications that doctors use to treat multiple sclerosis symptoms, but these medications only serve to make life more comfortable for the person, they do not in any way reduce a person's disease process, or reverse it. Thing such as corticosteroids, muscle relaxers, and pain medications can be used to help a patient with flare-ups. For many masking the symptoms is not enough, and for those there is much advice on diet and supplements that can help improve and even reverse the disease process to some degree.  You can treat multiple sclerosis with diet by learning what foods to avoid and which food will benefit you. A diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables, and limits the amount of saturated fats is best for those with multiple sclerosis. It is important to avoid stress if you have multiple sclerosis; this can be achieved by relaxation techniques or through exercising. Good exercises to help treat multiple sclerosis might include yoga, tai chi, swimming or walking. Maintaining a positive attitude is perhaps often the most overlooked as a way to treat multiple sclerosis, and while your attitude cannot cure your disease, it certainly can help you reduce your stress and improve your symptoms a great deal. 

I have benefited greatly from a book which has examined the link between what we eat and multiple sclerosis. If you would like to know what foods are attacking your body, what supplements you must take and how to create the energy that you need, then this book is a must read. Reverse Multiple Sclerosis You have everything to gain and nothing to lose by having a look. Ways to Treat Multiple Sclerosis

I am not a doctor nor am I qualified in medicine in any way. These are things that have worked for me in controlling my MS. Before undertaking any diet or fitness regime you should always consult your physician first. Thanks for reading Gary P Owen.

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