Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Symptoms
In 2015 about 2.3 million people were affected globally with MS. It normally begins between the ages of 20 to 50 & is twice as common in women. Over 50% of MS sufferers will try alternative or complementary treatments. Most of these are women who have suffered with MS for several years.
Not all sufferers of MS have the same symptoms. But most at one time or another will suffer with some of the most common symptoms that include :
- PAIN : This can be anywhere over the full body.
- VISION : One in Four sufferers have eye problems. This can include loss of vision lasting up to a week. Double Vision : The eyes can move on there own, which can make still objects look as though they are moving. Colour Blindness : Eye pain, see flashes when moving the eyes.
- FITIGUE : This seems to be one of the main problems nearly all MS sufferers have to cope with daily.
- TINGLING & NUMBNESS : Both of these can be very uncomfortable, making for restless nights.
- MEMORY PROBLEMS : This can be anything from planning, problem solving to not learning new things quickly. But long