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Multiple Sclerosis

Bryan Applications, M

A chronic disease which may have a remission of symptoms that include weakness, muscular incoordination, jerking movements of legs and arms, speech disturbance, and involuntary movement of the eyes.

MS usually develops early in life in people who are otherwise healthy. It is characterized by periods of remission, followed by periods of recurrence in which the symptoms reappear. The illness may extend over a period of years. It ultimately become completely disabling for most people.

In recent years researchers have speculated that MS may be classed among diseases which result from “autoimmunity”, a condition in which the body becomes allergic to part of itself. Some form of antibody circulating in the blood attacks nerve cell functions and destroys the protective sheathing of nerve fibers.

There is destruction of the white matter of the nervous system, as well as in the brain. This occurs in tiny spots which occur throughout the nervous system. The symptoms are diverse and fluctuating. This disorder is difficult to diagnose, particularly at the beginning of the illness.

Often multiple sclerosis stars with temporary mistiness of vision which may not be accompanied by pain and which usually does no amount to blindness. This may be so mild as to pass almost unnoticed by the patient or may not be severe enough to make him seek medical aid. The patient may experience double vision (diplopia), a tingling or burning sensation of the skin (paresthesia), incoordination, weakness, tremors, and oscillatory movements of the eyeballs (nystagmus), or stammering.

Often the speech becomes monotonous or slurred. Eventually the muscles of the legs become stiff or spastic and go into spasms. At times, mental symptoms develop, in which case there is deterioration of the intellect. There may be depression or an over elated state. By far the most common symptom is that of extreme well-being, so that the patient is characteristically optimistic and feels well despite severe symptoms. He frequently smile or giggles with no provocation. It is often difficult to diagnose multiple sclerosis since it resembles many other disorders of the nervous system. At the present time there is no useful treatment known. During acute attacks the patient should be encouraged to remain in bed.

Application and treatment:

Sclerosis is a hardening of the nervous system from inflammation owing to excessive communication or increase in the number of normal cells in normal tissue arrangement. It is hardening of part of the body due to overgrowth of fibrous tissue. It is applied particularly to hardening of the nervous tissue from degeneration of the nerve elements, and to thickening of the arteries caused by growth of fibrous tissue and deposits of fat and calcium salts.

Multiple means occurring in various parts of the body at once. Multiple sclerosis is not defined in medical dictionaries or Merck manuals. (Dorland’s)

An effort should be made to utilize the applications for mental disease, and others which are designed for diseases of the brain. Because of the fluctuation of symptoms it may be very difficult to determine if sessions are working.

A thorough course of standard treatments involving detox frequencies via water pans should be adhered to in addition. It would be the exception rather than the rule if no results at all are plainly observable after 3 months of regular sessions. As in other diseases which affect the brain, there will be some restoration of function and recovery of cells which had become dysfunctional. It is highly probable that early diagnosis and intervention by means of frequency therapy will substantially arrest further deterioration due to this disease. Some dramatic recoveries will occur, and many cases reversed which have not progressed beyond the early stages of the disease.

Apply energy for arteriosclerosis, another condition marked by loss of elasticity, thickening and hardening of the arteries. Apply energy for heart and body muscles, lung veins, eyes and body, heart valves and some heart attacks. Where painful apply energy to both contacts at once to balance energy.

Use polarity to keep the duodenum, or first 12 inches of small intestine in working order. The duodenum is the heart of our digestive process and must be at all times alkaline to remain effective.

Apply polarity, if spectral out putter is worn over the navel, becomes very important to induce arterial blood energy that is picked up here and carried to the brain and body, also use polarity to relieve congestion in the bile ducts, the tube leading from the gallbladder to the intestines. Bile is needed for all fat and vitamin A, D, E, & K digestion which is important.

Multiple Sclerosis

A small stone could also be obstructing this passage to the intestine. Supply energy for colon through the nerves along tibia bones of both legs. Massage and energy along these areas aids entire colon. Use a little coconut oil because even a mild contact can cause great pain or fainting at first, owing to too much colon trouble. Apply polarity to release contents of intestines and is also used to aid fast heartbeat. If areas are sore, apply energy to several areas at the same time.