what is ms
Multiple sclerosis is a central nervous system inflammatory disorder. Nerve signals in the cortex, spinal cord, and optic nerves are disrupted.
Multiple sclerosis is one of the most prevalent central nervous system disorders, affecting over 25,000 people in Australia and more than two million people worldwide. While there is no proven cure for the condition, there are a number of medication options to better manage symptoms.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition that is caused by an allergic reaction. When you have these conditions, the immune system kills healthy cells by accident. The immune system destroys cells in the myelin sheath that protects nerves in the brain and spinal cord in people with MS.
Nerve signals from your brain to other parts of your body are disrupted when the myelin sheath is damaged. Symptoms affecting the brain, spinal cord, and eyes are possible as a result of the damage.
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