Tag Archives: neurological disorders

Newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis

Best advice for anyone newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis Being newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is scary. When I was diagnosed 30 years ago, I didn’t know anything about MS. I didn’t know anyone who suffered with it. I understood that it was a serious disease, but I had no idea how debilitating it could […]

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MS and heat sensitivity

Heat sensitivity affects most people who suffer with multiple sclerosis, actually causing symptoms to temporarily worsen. These temporary changes can result from even a slight elevation in core body temperature (one-quarter to one-half of a degree). The main culprits are hot summer temperatures, rigorous exercise, or a fever. For those with MS, heat can lead […]

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How to prevent Lyme disease

It’s that time of year again, when ticks are out and Lyme disease is front and centre. Lyme disease is spread through biting insects. Virtually all biting insects, including ticks, mosquitoes, fleas, horse flies, spiders and mites carry the bacteria associated with Lyme. Shockingly, researchers have found that up to 80% of mosquitoes can carry […]

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Case Studies: Parasites cause inflammation and neurological symptoms

There are many different types of parasites that can cause neurological symptoms associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as MS, ALS and Parkinson’s. In the Live Disease Free Academy, I teach that infections are the biggest root cause of all chronic disease, and by treating infections, the progression of disease stops and a lot of recovery […]

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Women and Neurological Diseases

Research is showing that neurological diseases are on the rise, with more women dying from them than ever before. In a 2015 study of neurological deaths of American adults compared with other countries, every country’s rate of neurological deaths rose relative to the controls, but most significantly in the US, which is a huge cause […]

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