What do you know about Multiple Sclerosis?
MS Multiple Sclerosis is a disease of the autoimmune system that affects the spinal cord and brain; This disease mostly affects women and in a few cases men. It is usually diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40.
Some of the symptoms of MS may be:
- Visual disturbances
- Problems with memory and thinking in general
- A lot of muscle weakness
- Sensations of numbness, itching or punctures.
Although the symptoms can vary from one person to another as well as its evolution; The most affected system is the locomotor. There is no cure for MS, but medications can reduce symptoms and slow the process. Physical therapy and occupational therapy are very good options to help people with MS.