The central nervous system (CNS) refers to the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. It is named the central nervous system because it integrates information it receives from all of our senses, [...]
Ageusia is the loss of taste functions on the tongue, which means you lose the ability to distinguish what is sweet, sour, bitter, or salty.
Allodymia is a high sensitivity to touch, resulting in intense pain even with minimal contact, and refers specifically to a painful response to a normally innocuous stimulus. Allodymia is a [...]
The Babinski Reflex is often used to test MS, normally when stimulated with a blunt instrument the toes natural respond by pointing downwards, in newborns and some people with nerve damage the [...]
MS attacks the central nervous system, which controls the normal functions of the body, including controlling the bladder. Bladder dysfunction is a breakdown in the communication between nerves [...]
A common symptom of MS is brain fog, or brain haze. It is a term used to describe the forgetfulness, trouble concentrating, and confusion.
Cognitive Impairment is the noticeable decline in memory, learning, language, thinking or judgment, and memory. AKA as brain fog.
Disease Modifying Drugs (DMD) or Disease Modifying Therapies (DMT) are treatments which slow down or reduce the damage caused by MS, as opposed to symptom modifying treatments which work to [...]
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