Multiple Sclerosis due to myelin sheath damage

On behalf of an organic sulfur customer and other contacts who are struggling in their battle against multiple sclerosis, I researched the subject to produce this summary analysis.

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis (or MS) is a common autoimmune disorder that is linked to a malfunction in the myelin — the fatty white substance that surrounds and protects nerve cells. Myelin is crucial for optimal brain function, and its destruction or deterioration can result in cognitive and neurological disorders such as MS.

Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis

The mainstream medical community has not developed a single procedure for diagnosing multiple sclerosis. A professional diagnosis is typically derived from a patient’s symptoms and test results obtained from his or her physical examination and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan.

The anonymous author of an Even Better Health report suggested that exposure to toxic heavy metals such as aluminum, mercury, and lead could be a major cause of an autoimmune disorder like MS. The myelin sheath, which are the nerve coverings in our body, are susceptible to damage and scarring by heavy metals, whose presence can be detected by a hair mineral analysis test.

Obtaining a hair analysis through a health care professional can be prohibitively costly for many. A less expensive option is to use a federally licensed lab like Trace Elements, Inc. whose service, unfortunately, is unavailable to residents in the state of New York (due to NY Public Health Law Section 574).

The aforementioned author stated that MS patients often suffer from a severe copper deficiency. By making a digital recording of your voice in lieu of a hair analysis, a trained BioAcoustic Biology professional in your area may be able to assist you in determining whether you are deficient in copper and are being exposed to heavy metals.

The Healing Process

Estimates as to the length of time that it takes for the body to regenerate myelin vary greatly. A University of Western Ontario medical doctor by the name of Mike Nicolle believes that myelin can regenerate within weeks to a few months when the physical impairment is due to compressed nerves that are short and not stretched. However, the general consensus among the experts that I read online was that healing of the myelin is extremely slow and can take a few years or more. Consuming foods rich in folic acid and vitamins B12, C, and D will help rebuild and strengthen the nervous system. Including organic sulfur in the dietary regimen will compliment the nutritional benefits that an MS patient will receive by following a healthy diet, although immediate results should not be expected.


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