Multiple sclerosis is a kind of autoimmune, neurological disease, which typically affects the nerves of the body. With multiple sclerosis, the immune system attacks the body’s own myelin, which is typically responsible for protecting the nerves from any kind of injury. These unprotected nerves are damaged, reducing their functionality to almost zero percent. Such destruction further produces a host of symptoms to surface, which typically vary in severity.
Here, in this post, we’ve mentioned some interesting facts about multiple sclerosis.
- It is a Chronic Condition
Just like any other autoimmune disease, multiple sclerosis too is a chronic condition. This means that it’s a long-lasting illness and there’s no such cure available for it. That said, it’s also important to note that multiple sclerosis is not fatal in almost 80 percent of its cases. Most of the people with this autoimmune, neurological condition have a standard life expectancy. Only a handful … Read the restRead More