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Multiple Sclerosis

MMultiple sclerosis is a disease occasioned by degeneration of the central nervous system. Affected nerves are situated in the spinal cord and the brain. Myelin is important for perpetuating the health of nerves. Myelin offers the nerves some insulation and cover. This promotes the conduction of impulses among the nerves. Multiple sclerosis patients suffer a reduction of myelin. This slows down the transmission of electrical impulses along their nerves. Additionally, their nerves suffer damage. The more their nerves get affected, the more the interference of nervous system functions progresses. People between the ages of 20 and 50 are commonly diagnosed with this condition. Nevertheless,  multiple sclerosis  cases have also been reported in children and the...