Multiple sclerosis is a disease where an individual’s immune system attacks nerve cells in the person Central Nervous System (Brain, Spinal Cord or Optic Nerves).
The Central Nervous system controls nearly all of our voluntary and involuntary life functions. Damage to nerve cells called neurons results in loss of electrical signal quality and communication between cells.
Symptoms of multiple sclerosis vary widely as damage from the disease can impact both sympathetic and autonomic body functions.
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