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Treating Multiple Sclerosis: An Integrative Approach You Will Not Get from Your Doctor

ISBN: 9781935028031
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication Date: 2008-12-10
Number of pages: 108
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Treating Multiple Sclerosis: An integrative approach you will not get from your doctor provides information helpful to decrease the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. The author shares her experience with a system that includes lifestyle changes, nutritional supplements, Homeopathic medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, hypnotherapy and more. This system will help M.S. patients reduce inflammation, prevent demyelination and facilitate remyelination of demyelinated nerves. These modalities may be used alone or with western allopathic care.The author, Reena Arora, is a molecular biologist and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in the year 2001. Frustrated by the limited options provided by western medicine and the lack of improvement in her symptoms, Reena decided to pursue alternative remedies. Working with Dr. Yeshi Dhonden, the former physician to His Holiness The Dalai Lama, along with several other practitioners, Reena was able to develop a system that has left her free of M.S. symptoms and any disability.Currently Reena continues her care at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and with alternative care practitioners. However, Reena did not blindly accept the remedies she was instructed to follow by the alternative care practitioners. She used her expertise in molecular biology to research the scientific basis of each remedy and dietary recommendation.This book cites western scientific publications from research institutions to provide evidence for each remedy discussed. Learn why Homeopathic doctors recommend phosphorous supplements for multiple sclerosis patients and about the science explaining its role in a mechanism for remyelination. Read about why eating cherries reduces inflammation and the scientific research demonstrating the impact in multiple sclerosis patients.

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