Today were going to discuss 2 of the most common symptoms in multiple sclerosis.
Numbness and Tingling
Numbness (or a lack of sensation in various parts of the body) is often one of the first symptoms to bring a person with MS to the doctor. Numbness can occur in the face, the body, or the arms and legs, and can interfere with walking, holding on to objects, and even chewing. Sometimes the feeling or lack thereof progresses over hours or days.
Tingling is related to numbness and may feel like your arm, fingers, or toes are falling asleep, yet never quite waking up. People may also experience something called the MS hug, which feels like somebody is grabbing them very tightly around the midsection.
Research tells us when a person has suffered a misalignment in their upper neck the brain and nervous system is severely affected. Blood, nerve and cerebrospinal fluid flow is changed, leading to changes in the way the brain and is functioning.
Nerve compression and changes in circulation can lead to a variety of sensory symptoms, including numbness, tingling, burning and other sensations.
What to Do Next
A gentle NUCCA correction of this obstruction changes the way the nerves and blood vessels are working and restores proper function allowing symptoms to improve naturally.
Are you tired of numbness and tingling interfering with your life?
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Dr. Kurt Sherwood, D.C. is an Upper Cervical Specialist and Renton Chiropractor who has helped many people to find drug-free relief from multiple sclerosis symptoms in Renton, Washington over the past 20 plus years. He is trained by the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association. He specializes in correcting problems in the upper cervical spine (upper neck). This vital area is intimately connected to the central nervous system and problems in this area have been shown to be an underlying cause of a variety of different health problems including multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s disease, and vertigo. More information can be found on his website at http://www.sherwoodspinalcare.com