Multiple sclerosis is a disease of unknown origin. Currently, it is supposed to have an autoimmune basis. This means that the patient's immune system fights cells of his own body. The disease mainly affects young people between 20 and 40 years of age, with women suffering more often than men.
In fact, multiple sclerosis is a disease that we know little about. Currently, medicine is trying to relieve the symptoms of MS with medicines. Meanwhile, in many countries, the search for causes of this disease and alternative forms of therapy is underway. In 2009, it was noticed that many patients with multiple sclerosis had problems with blood circulation. The venous system responsible for draining blood from the brain and spinal cord works badly. As a result, blood in the brain leads to inflammation, and these induce neurological symptoms associated with MS.