MS risk groups near the working-age women
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MS disease: Multiple Sclerosis or Sclerosis A threat near the working-age women aged 20-40 years, suggesting neurological disorders requiring medical attention. To obtain a diagnosis and to provide treatment to prevent recurrence. Avoiding negative health factors Exercise regularly Eat a healthy diet, don't drink alcohol, smoke, get enough rest and not stress.
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    Multiple sclerosis (MS) or MS is a disease caused by disorders of both the central and peripheral nervous systems. The exact cause of the disease is currently unknown. But it is believed to be caused by disorders of the immune system, nervous system. This causes the destruction of the nerve sheath in the central nervous system or the peripheral nerve sheath. It is most common in young patients, young people, or working-age patients aged 20-40 years and found that women have MS more than men. It is found less in Asian people than in western countries. But because it is a disease that can cause severe and chronic disorders Patients often lose the ability to carry out daily life and work. Which directly affects health, economy and society
    People with MS have a wide range of symptoms. Depending on the site of the disease, for example, if the optic nerve occurs. Will affect vision There may be a loss of vision of one or both eyes due to optic nerve inflammation, the patient will experience pain in the eyes. In conjunction with vision disorders If it occurs in the spinal cord or brain, the patient may experience weakness. Receive unusual feelings Difficulty balancing or losing the ability to balance Difficulty speaking or swallowing Urine or urinary abnormality It depends on the location where the fault occurred and what function was performed.
    If found to have such symptoms Patients should urgently see a doctor for diagnosis. And provide treatment to reduce recovery time And reduce the frequency of recurrence As there is currently no cure for MS, only drugs that slow the progression of recurrent inflammation or certain immunosuppressants. And provide symptomatic treatment In conjunction with the rehabilitation of disorders with physical therapy To prevent recurrence and reduce the severity of the disease, people with MS should avoid things that may induce a relapse or exacerbate symptoms. By taking care of one's health Exercise regularly Especially, exercising outdoors to get enough vitamin D. Eating well in five food groups, not drinking alcohol, smoking, getting enough rest and not stressing is probably the best way to keep yourself away from MS, neurological disorders, and other ailments.

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