What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple sclerosis (MS), also known as disseminated sclerosis or encephalomyelitis disseminata, is a demyelinating disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. This damage disrupts the ability of parts of the nervous system to communicate, resulting in a wide range of signs and symptoms, including physical, mental, and sometimes psychiatric problems.
MS takes several forms, with new symptoms either occurring in isolated attacks (relapsing forms) or building up over time (progressive forms). Between attacks, symptoms may disappear completely; however, permanent neurological problems often occur, especially as the disease advances. (Reference – Wikipedia)
Liz T., UK (Transcript)
Turning 40 was a frustrating time for me; my energy levels were not keeping up with what I have always been able to do for family, work, pleasure and my garden. I realised that the exhaustion I was feeling was not normal. It was stopping me from enjoying all the things I have always been able to take on as I wished. My hands and feet had bouts of tingling and numbness, my balance was not normal at times too. After going to the doctors, I was referred to a specialist and then had a brain scan.
After further tests, the diagnosis was that I was suffering from Multiple Sclerosis; it was a big shock to say the least. I had to let go of some of the work I used to do, I could only help out with our work from home business and family commitments. The nurses and specialists were only able to tell me what I could NOT do and all the chores I should pass on to close family members to allow me to “sit with my feet up and rest”. For me this was the worst suggestion any one could make to me but my energy levels were to low to fight it.
If I tried to do what I wanted and ignore the advice, my coordination and focus let me down, I just had to admit defeat by 5pm, I slept on and off for the rest of the evening, then still slept at bed time only to wake up at 2am and start thinking about what was needed to be done the next day. Sometimes just getting up at 6.30am to get my daughter up and to the bus stop for 7.40am, was such an effort, I would get back into bed and sleep for an hour or so before starting work.
At my lowest point, my doctor suggested I went onto steroids to get over this patch of tiredness and my specialist also suggested antidepressants. I refused both. We had to find something that was natural that could help me just get through each day. That’s when my partner Chris started looking and just happened to talk to a friend in America who suggested Laminine, we did some research but at the time we still did not fully understand the power of the product or the difference it would make to my life.
It was natural that was all I needed to know. What a difference it’s made to my life. In just a short time I felt so much better, I didn’t feel as “locked in ” my muscles were much less tense, my energy became level through the day, my clarity of thought and enthusiasm to do things came back. I feel confident again, I feel more like my old self, I still have MS but it does not control me, I now control it with Laminine. This amazing product helps my body to heal a little further each day. Now I look forward to the future, I am able to do much more than I have in the past 2 years. I am so grateful to have Laminine in my life and now I want to share this wonderful life-changing supplement with everyone I know. – Liz Taylor, Lincolnshire England
Chris E., USA (Transcript)
“The first and most important factor that enabled me to see what a wonderful opportunity I had found was Laminine. After only a short period of time, my partner Elizabeth and I knew we had found something very special. Both of us overcame some old health issues. Most remarkably, Elizabeth is able to manage her issues with multiple sclerosis to the point that she is going to the gym twice a week.” – Chris E., U.S.A.
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