7 Tips to Help Soothe Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
Soothe Multiple Sclerosis (MS) – A foundation
Soothe multiple sclerosis with a holistic approach that addresses the possible contributing factors to the disease. While medical professionals have not identified a single cause of MS, we have found through our experience in mineral balancing that certain toxic metals, such as mercury, copper, and iron, may play a role. In addition, infections that affect the thyroid and nervous system may also be contributing factors.
One essential mineral that is important for the formation of the myelin sheath is copper. When someone has MS, this sheath may not be maintained properly, causing many of the symptoms associated with the disease. To soothe multiple sclerosis, it is important to ensure that copper is not toxic in the body, as it can build up and become unusable.
Infections can also affect the myelin sheath, causing symptoms to fluctuate over time. While toxic metals may contribute to the development of MS, infections are more likely to cause these fluctuations. To soothe multiple sclerosis, it is important to consider all possible contributing factors.
Other toxic metals, such as manganese, aluminum, and nickel, may also play a role in some cases. Gluten sensitivity and vitamin D deficiency have also been suggested as possible contributing factors. To soothe multiple sclerosis, it is important to eliminate gluten-containing foods and dairy products that may trigger sensitivities, while also ensuring adequate intake of vitamin D.
Our experience with mineral balancing has shown that early-stage cases of MS respond well to this approach. However, long-standing cases may not respond as well due to the lower vitality of the body. It is important to note that depression can also slow or even halt progress with mineral balancing in individuals with MS. By addressing all possible contributing factors, we can work to soothe multiple sclerosis and improve the overall quality of life for those affected by the disease.
Soothe Multiple Sclerosis (MS) – important steps
- Discuss with your dentist the need to remove any silver amalgam dental fillings, which contain mercury – a toxic metal. It’s important to find a dentist who can safely remove these fillings to avoid any risks.
- Consider taking extra vitamin D3, vitamin C, vitamin A, and garlic capsules. These can help boost your immune system and fight infections, while also improving your sleep.
- Try going gluten and sugar-free, as these can irritate your body and worsen your symptoms. You can use CraveCrush or similar products to help control sugar cravings.
- Stay hydrated by drinking at least 3 quarts of spring water daily, between meals. Avoid drinking RO, alkaline, and distilled waters, as they can cause dehydration or strip your body of important nutrients.
- Begin a complete mineral balancing program with us to help improve your mineral imbalances. However, be aware that some MS sufferers may have trouble tolerating certain products.
- Consider meditation exercises, coffee enemas, and near-infrared saunas to help manage your symptoms. Even just shining a red heat lamp on your abdomen and back for an hour a day can be beneficial.
- Try to go to bed by 9 PM each night to avoid overstimulating your sympathetic nervous system. If you’re having trouble sleeping, it may take time to retrain your brain to a new routine.
Remember, managing MS is a journey, and it’s important to take these steps with the guidance of your healthcare provider. We understand that this can be a challenging and frustrating time, but we are here to support you along the way.
Mineral balancing to soothe multiple sclerosis
On a mineral balancing program, there are a number of mineral patterns that help us design a personalized program. Often with MS, there is a specific pattern which shows up called sympathetic dominance which shares a number of important qualities with the symptoms of MS. It may not be revealed on early mineral analyses because it can be masked by other imbalances, but it often shows up quickly.
If you suffer from MS or know someone who does, do what is recommended, include meditation daily, slow down, rest more, relax more, think more coherently with positive expectations, and the other suggestions listed. Try to understand the pattern in yourself, if you think it describes you. This may really be helpful, along with a complete mineral balancing program, which is also very helpful when designed properly. To obtain a good program, contact us today. The ultimate goal for you may to be symptom-free, and if mineral balancing can get you there, isn’t that worth a try?
Traits seen in some MS patients and sympathetic dominance pattern:
1) Sensitivity to heat.
2) A relentless type of mental efforting. This quality is seen with many, though not all MS patients. This particular type of mental drive may be associated with greater intelligence mixed with a strong will, and a desire to overcome situations using the will. This trait, unfortunately, causes this illness to be more difficult to heal since excessive sympathetic nervous system activity severely impairs healing. If, however, a person who has MS learns about the qualities of sympathetic dominance pattern, this may assist a process of letting go mentally that is often extremely helpful in these cases to relax the nervous system and allow full healing to occur.
3) Thyroid problems. This is also common in patients with MS.
4) Heat sensitivity. Those with MS usually do not do well in the heat. It tends to weaken them. This may occur because being in the heat tends to turn off the sympathetic nervous system. This will make those with sympathetic dominance very tired, although it is really a good thing for them.
5) Feel worse if they go to bed early. This, also, tends to rest the sympathetic nervous system, which those in sympathetic dominance do not like. They are used to being “keyed up” and feel very tired without the “whip” the sympathetic nervous system provides.
6) Food Sensitivities. Sympathetic dominance reduces the nerve energy going to the digestive organs. This may cause or predispose one to a leaky gut condition and/or food sensitivities.
7) Craving for wheat or other slightly stimulating foods. This will tend to keep the sympathetic nervous system active but is not good for overall health. Eliminating wheat may cause one to feel very tired, although this can be beneficial.
Living with multiple sclerosis can be challenging due to the many symptoms associated with it. Patients with MS often experience heat sensitivity, thyroid problems, and food sensitivities. Moreover, the relentless type of mental efforting is common, which may hinder the healing process. However, understanding the qualities of the sympathetic dominance pattern can help patients relax their nervous system and allow for full healing to occur. It is important to note that eliminating wheat or other stimulating foods may cause patients to feel tired initially, but it can be beneficial in the long run. As a society, we should show empathy towards those with MS and support them in their journey towards healing.