Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
"Multiple sclerosis is not an immune disorder!” “Multiple sclerosis starts in the gut;” “Multiple sclerosis is a complex, multi-level disease with multiple environmental stress factors.” – These are among the latest scientific opinions emerging from the strongholds of MS research. A precisely similar set of experiences has been handed down in medical concepts from Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for many hundreds of years. Unfortunately, these insights have not yet been implemented in all neurological practices. For this reason, it always makes sense to seek a second opinion and to supplement standard treatment with complementary therapy models.
It is quite certain today that a poor diet, overloaded sugar metabolism that can also derail fat metabolism, a disturbed energy balance, a dysfunctional bowel, dietary intolerances (gluten), post-infarct syndromes with visceral and bacterial stresses (EBV, Herpes, measles, borreliosis, mycoplasma infections, chlamydia) as well as Vitamin D and Vitamin B deficiency states, dysfunctional mitochondria, heavy metal overloads, accidents and chronic stress can all come together to unleash the symptomatology of MS. Thus, a patient’s personal stress history plays a key role in understanding the nature of the illness and developing a causally based model for treatment.
Recovery can be facilitated through Myoreflex Therapy, stimulation therapies, physical de-stressing programs, biography work, targeted dietary management, well-managed physical activity (Galileo training), individual supplementation with B vitamins, Vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, healthy carbohydrates such as galactose and ribose, and administration of a series of related plant substances. Depending on the individual’s personal illness history, experts from the areas of dental medicine (dental restoration), environmental medicine (detoxification), homeopathy, Chinese medicine practitioners, non-medical practitioners, naturopaths, muscle therapists and physical therapist can supplement successful therapy concepts or provide the final push to shift the scales toward self-healing.