REFLEXOLOGY AND MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Reflexology treatment reported to have relieved symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the most common disabling neurological condition of young adults, affecting approximately 6,000 people in Ireland. Anyone may develop MS, but it occurs twice as often in women as in men - (MS is not connected to pregnancy). The most common age of diagnosis is between the late twenties and mid-thirties, and its onset is rare after the age of fifty.
MS is a chronic condition of the central nervous system. Despite considerable research the causes remain unknown, but they are thought to be a combination of genetic and environmental factors. The symptoms are unpredictable and can vary considerably. Pain, fatigue, visual loss, headaches, depression, slurred speech, tremors, stiffness, difficulty in walking and loss of balance, in severe cases there can be partial or complete paralysis.
Guidelines on Complementary Therapies
More people now choose to use complementary therapy when managing their health and well being. There are a wide variety of complementary therapies available. The level of qualification and length of training can vary among practitioners. Because of this, it is important to be sure that you make the right choice.