Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Health organizations estimate there are about 400,000 Multiple Sclerosis patients in the United States today, but that number is certainly higher seeing as physicians are not required by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to report new cases.
According to http://www.sclerosistreatment.com most symptoms of MS remain invisible so the current official estimate for 2.1 million MS patients worldwide is considerably smaller than the actual figure.
There is no permanent treament for MS, but the FDA has approved 10 drugs that physicians will conventionally prescribe to patients to reduce episodes, the risk of relapse and slow down the progression of the disease.
These drugs are known as disease-modifying therapies and each is prescribed individually so a patient will be taking only one of these drugs for the duration of a treatment. Corticosteroids, beta interferons, Copaxone, Gilenya, Natalizumab and Mitoxantrone are commonly prescribed to provide relief, but these powerful drugs carry side-effects such as mood swings, weight gain, seizures, cheat pain, diarrhea and headaches.
Confronted with the long list of distressing and life-impacting side-effects many MS patients are appealed by considerably cheaper natural treatments that have no side-effects and promise effective results.
SclerosisTreatment.com started reviewing some of these natural treatments for Multiple Sclerosis to provide consumers interested in such products an accurate review, list of perks, cons and potential scams. Dr. Gary M. Levin’s natural treatment for Multiple Sclerosis is quite popular with patients worldwide and is currently a promising therapy for patients looking forward to escape the side-effects of heavy medication.
The website reveals that it is important for Multiple Sclerosis patients that their medication doesn’t intervene with their everyday life. Seeing as many of the MS patients are young women looking forward to starting a family and having a baby, there is a lot of concern that the medication treatment will put the baby at risk. Although experts say that the MS will not progress during the pregnancy, some drugs carry high risks of miscarriage or of making it from the mother’s system to the baby’s developing brain and body.
Dr. Gary’s Multiple Sclerosis cure is based on herbal therapy, directed nutrition and a step-by-step method that rehabilitates patients’ immune systems and provides for “dramatic improvement”. The cure is based on medical research and is not a fly-by-night miracle. This natural treatment for MS uses directed nutrition, plants and vitamins that carry no side-effects and it works on the principle that the human body “is made from natural materials and incorporates a system that uses natural products such as food to constantly rebuild and heal”.