I know that ccsiv is significantly higher in the MS population then in people without MS. I do not know if CCSIV is causing MS, or if MS is causing CCSIV. What is causing CCSIV i do not know.
I know that if you correct CCSIV, you improve blod flow to and from the brain. I know that alot of MS patients with CCSIV feels that their MS symptoms are reduced after treating the CCSIV.
There is so much CCSIV does not explain, it does not explain how MS is clustered around the world. It does not explain why there is a higher percentage of MS patients born in spring. It does not explain why smokers are over represented, it does not explain, why people with MS is low on vitamin D. But maybe these factors can have an impact on your veines, and how they develop.
Me myself is born in spring, I grew up in a rainy and gray part of the world quite high up on the northern hemisphere, I used to smoke, maybe all these contributing factors has done something to my veines, you never know?
I will check if i have a venous problem, and problem with the blod flow through the brain, and if it turns out that i have such problems, I will have it corrected. Cure or no cure, if it relives my symptoms it is better then nothing.
<div>I have lived with ms for 8 years. The last year has been hell, I've gone from shite to even worse every single month, until my liberation in May. </div>