Multiple Scleriosis

Isabella McCall

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a nervous system diseases that affects the brain and spial cord. It damages nerve cells, making messages flow much slower, towards the bran. This leads to the symptoms of MS.

  • - Visual disturbances
  • - Muscle weakness
  • - Trouble with coordination and balance
  • - Sensations such as numbness, prickling, or "pins and needles"
  • - Thinking and memory problems
  • There's no possible idea how MS is caused. Some doctors say that MS is caused by something called, autoimmune disease. Where, instead of your immune system attacks unhealthy cells, it will attack healthy cells. This disease affects women, more than men. Often, it begins at the age of 20 and 40. There is no cure for MS, however, they do make perscriptions to slow down the process of MS, or physical therapy. MS is usually stable, but some who've had the worse affect lose the ability to speak, walk, or write.