Responses to Signals Outcome
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease that effects the Central Nervous System (CNS). It is where the immune system attacks the Myelin Sheath and damages the Axon underneath, in either the CNS or the spinal cord. It is unknown what causes MS and there is no cure. Some medication can be used to help relive symptoms or slow progression.
As MS affects the CNS (and the CNS is the control for every process and action in your body) the symptoms can will be different in every case
Affects on Homeostasis
MS can also effect air ways by weakening chest muscles causing shallow breathing not allowing someone to get the potential amount of oxygen they may need. Shallow breaths will also increase heart rate raising body temperature and with damaged neurone the person may not be able to active a negative feed back response, therefore not being able to maintain a constant homeostasis
Effects on a Cellular Level