I am a student and i believe i have found a treatment i hope we can ask the medical board to allow.
I believe that adjusting body temperature will help in treating MS.
Just like when a person goes outside when its cold.
They forget about what they were thinking and focus on the cold.
The reason is their veins get more narrow which stores more oxygen and makes them focus.
I am having made a needle that adjusts blood temperature so veins are more narrow and stores more oxygen. The needle also heats up the blood and releases oxygen.
It makes a person warm when its cold outside and cold when its warm.
Theres no drugs.
Its only a needle that heats and cools blood.
I only ask for advocates to ask the medical board to allow the device to be used.
I promise it will help a lot.
I hope you like what I share
I have lived with MS 14 years ( now SPMS), I’m housebound but I’m not in wheelchair! I walk and balance a bit dodgy !!
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Hi everyone, I've been sitting in the lovely warm sun this morning, reading my Kindle, sunglasses & hat on when I decided it was time to move around. Well! I felt really unwell & was glad to take a proffered strong hand. Feeling much better now in the cool of the sitting room and after a long drink. Just made me wonder if ms can make you lose your temperature awareness & control. This would also explain my sudden sneezing fits! Any views out there? Jill x
Okay, today and this is really driving me nuts now!
The ants are marching again and it started down my left ulnar nerve! Still going but think I've got used to it!
Then down my spine but not as noticeable, also in my feet! And occasionally in my legs?
I also get flashes in random areas?
Is this something you have experienced?
How long does this go on for?
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