Stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis

Stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis


A disease such as multiple sclerosis, not so many years ago, was considered rapidly progressive and incurable. Multiple sclerosis in a person takes away the opportunity to live a full life, disrupts his mental and physical activity, makes it difficult to perform all motor functions, changes the psyche and simply leads a person to disability. The achievement of modern medicine can be called the use of cell therapy for the treatment of diseases such as multiple sclerosis. Now everyone has the opportunity to live their whole life with dignity, without resorting to the forced services of medical personnel and nurses, multiple sclerosis is curable today. It is only important to start treatment at an earlier stage in order to restore all the functions of brain and physical activity in full.

The use of cell therapy successfully eliminates all the manifestations and causes of multiple sclerosis and all its symptomatic manifestations. Stem cells of their own restore the functionality of neurons and relieve a person from diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

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This disease most often occurs in the age range from 15 to 40 years. There are cases of such a diagnosis made in young children. Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune chronic disease characterized by damage to the myelin sheath of the nerve fibers of the spinal cord and brain. A distinctive feature of this neurological disease is the presence of multiple foci of sclerosis, which are scattered throughout all parts of the nervous system and do not have any specific localization, that is, scars that have formed as a result of replacement of healthy nervous tissue with connective tissue. For the first time, multiple sclerosis as a disease was described back in 1868 by the Frenchman Jean-Martin Charcot.

One of the features inherent only in this disease is the simultaneous damage to several different parts of the nervous system, leading to the appearance of multiple neurological symptoms in the patient.

The sizes of scattered foci can range from one millimeter to several centimeters, and with further progression of the disease, small plaques can merge into a large focus.

The causes of the onset of the disease, to date, are not exactly clear. The generally accepted opinion is that the disease occurs as a result of the negative impact of several factors of the internal and external environment. These can be bacterial and viral infections, radiation and various toxic substances, dietary habits, habitat, various brain injuries, constant stress, genetic predisposition and race. Multiple sclerosis usually affects people of the Caucasian race.

Multiple sclerosis stem cell treatment can completely restore myelin, the sheath of nerve cells. At the same time, the normal conduction of all nerve impulses returns, and the cells of the spinal cord and brain damaged by sclerosis are renewed. The functioning of the immune system is regulated, which attacks the human nerve cells, provoking the development of the disease. Multiple sclerosis, like all diseases, the treatment of which begins at an early stage, can be completely eliminated with the help of a restorative reserve of stem cells and a complete renewal of the entire population of neurons. The uniqueness of regenerative therapy in the treatment of multiple sclerosis differs from other applied therapeutic methods in that high results of treatment are achieved precisely for the cause of the disease, and not for symptomatic manifestations. When treating a disease that was diagnosed more than five years ago and the presence of irreversible consequences, cell therapy significantly improves the patient’s condition and creates a fairly stable remission of the disease.

Due to their unique abilities, nonspecific cells eliminate the formed sclerosis in the spinal cord and brain, restoring the normal conduction of various nerve impulses by neurons, which is a prerequisite for a person to exercise various visual, mental, motor, and speech functions. Rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis is most advisable after the use of cell therapy. It is the conduction of impulses by neurons, restored with the help of their own stem cells, that allows the patient to serve himself again, restore his social status, see clearly and walk confidently.

The results of the treatment of multiple sclerosis with the help of cell regeneration are the full functioning of the spinal cord and brain, which ensures the return of a person to physical and mental activity.

The beginning of the work of stem cells in multiple sclerosis is the normalization of the patient’s psychological background. Various depressions and stresses disappear, the emotional background is harmonized, and firm confidence in the positive outcome of the disease is acquired. Patients with multiple sclerosis are in good spirits and a positive attitude. The first noticeable results of cell therapy are noted within three to four months after the transplantation of own stem cells. Patients noted a surge of new strength and energy, which give the opportunity and desire to start rehabilitation activities. Cell therapy restores the normal reception and transmission of various nerve impulses to various tissues and organs of the human body. Thanks to the correctly received and understood neuronal signal, muscle spasms are no longer observed, and the limbs completely get rid of tremors, weakness and numbness. The patient’s movements regain confidence and clarity, motor skills and motor coordination are restored. The patient begins to move independently, and his gait becomes more confident with each subsequent day. As a result of cell therapy, the chronic fatigue that persecutes the patient is overcome, and numerous cognitive disorders disappear. The ability for mental activity and normal concentration of attention returns. The memory function is also restored.

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Thanks to the correct perception of nerve impulses, normal visual function is restored, the effect of double vision and blurred perception disappears. The regenerative population of neurons relieves the patient’s speech from blurry and viscosity, the person is again able to speak clearly and clearly. Such a manifestation of multiple sclerosis, such as difficulty swallowing, also disappears.

Naturally, in order to exclude the disease of multiple sclerosis, it is necessary to pay special attention to its prevention. For these purposes, it is required to undergo a complete medical examination every year, which will help to identify the disease in the early stages of development and begin effective treatment. Today, the most effective way to prevent multiple sclerosis is early revitalization, which will create the most powerful regenerative reserves in the human body and will extend the peak of mental and physical activity for decades.

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