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Multiple sclerosis is also known as encephalomyelitis dissemination, in which the covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. As the nerve cells are damaged, the ability of cells to transmit signals is hindered. This results in a range of symptoms which are physical, mental and sometimes psychiatric. The symptoms may include- blurred vision, blindness in one eye, weakness in muscles, and trouble in co-ordination. The reasons for this may be destruction of the immune system or failure of myelin producing cells.
“Avrutha” is the term for Multiple sclerosis in Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, Multiple sclerosis can be caused due to accumulation of Pitta and Kapha dosha. Pitta dosha can cause serious damage to myelin membranes that are main cause for Multiple sclerosis. In Ayurveda, Multiple sclerosis is termed as Kapha Roga and its treatment is completely based on observations. Due to improper digestion, the Ama along with doshas gets accumulated in body. These mixture hinders in the passage of messages delivered by brain or neuromuscular disorders.
In order to treat Multiple sclerosis in Ayurveda, a person’s body is understood and which dosha is dominant is important to note. The Laghana therapy is used for Multiple sclerosis that concentrates in removal of Ama along with excess Pitta/ Kapha dosha from the body. Panchakarma procedures are also accompanied in order to detoxify the body. In this way, the root cause i.e. accumulation of Ama, is eliminated and the condition is reversed.

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Multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a condition in which nerve cells are damaged and leads to musculoskeletal disorders. In Ayurveda, it is termed as “Avrutha” which is manifested due to covering of nerve channels that lead to obstruction in muscle movements. Here, Majja Dhatu is depleted due to accumulation of ama along with Pitta/ Kapha dosha.
The symptoms of Multiple sclerosis are weakness, fatigue, speech problems, difficulty in swallowing, loss of balance, nerve pain, urine incontinence, constipation, recurrent facial palsy, eyesight problems, loss of vision, etc. .

Types of Multiple sclerosis:

  1. Clinically isolated syndrome: In this people undergo single episodes of neurologic symptoms that lasts for 24 hours or more. These are the result of demyelination of the central nervous system. The patient may also undergo the second episode of neurologic symptoms in a year.
  2. Relapsing- Remitting Multiple sclerosis: The manifestation of this type starts from early 20’s and are followed by attacks which are known as relapses, whose frequency could be in weeks, months or years after recovery called as remissions. If these attacks are prevalent, the patient moves to the second progressive Multiple sclerosis phase of Multiple sclerosis.
  3. Secondary progressive Multiple sclerosis: This is the second phase of Multiple sclerosis in which a person is already diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis between 10 – 20 years. In this the process of ongoing nerve damage changes, and symptoms get worse. People have trouble syncing their body actions and have speech problems.
  4. Primary progressive Multiple sclerosis: This type of Multiple sclerosis gets worsen over time. There are no systematic attacks and leads to disability in maximum cases. It is usually seen in people above the age of 40.

Treatment

As the root cause of Multiple sclerosis is disorder in body energy, it is important to bring back those energy in their normal states. The basic principle of Ayurveda is balancing doshas, and the same is done here by Laghana therapy, which helps in elimination of accumulated toxins and excess doshas (Pitta/ Kapha) in the body. Further, panchakarma procedures are also applied to clear the blocked channels and avoid further accumulation of toxins. Basti chikitsa is employed to nourish Majja Dhatu, which avoids further deterioration of nerve cells.
Shamana therapy is applied to weak or young patients which involves dietary recommendations, lifestyle control, physical and mental exercises to avoid build-up of toxins.

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