You probably have a blocked or defective vein which can't be opened through massage. The massage probably exacerbates the blood reflex, hence the symptoms. You may be a candidate for angioplasty which could actually open the veins and rid you of the disease. But until then you have to do whatever necessary to minimize the brain damage. Also use diet and supplements to optimally nourish the brain cells.
"Apparently one third of MS cases experience a spectacular recovery after the blocked veins leading from the CNS are opened with angioplasty.This means a Cure. Unfortunately, the improvement doesn't always last, the veins may close up again. And each time the vein is re-opened, it is damaged. So now there is an effort to replace the damaged vein in the neck with a vein taken elsewhere in the body (jugular bypass surgery). I don't know how successful that procedure has been. Up to 25,000 angioplasties for CCSVI on MS patients have been performed worldwide; their success rate isn't known.
According to Dr. Gary Siskin the remaining two thirds of MS patients obtain little or no relief from angioplasty. The jugular vein "restenoses" after being opened 50% of the time. If the vein collapses so easily, it may open easily as well. I have found a neck massage pushing the blood down towards the heart is enough to stop an “attack”. I believe the various vein abnormalities (wall membrane too thin?) can be more subtle than a mechanically treatable stenosis. Blood circulation can be restricted by a weakened vein which narrows intermittently or collapses because of stress and can be kept open without angioplasty by removing the stress (e.g.glutens, aspartame, mercury fillings, mother, food intolerances, cold, flus, toxins, ambition) and enhancing blood circulation (massage, acupuncture, acupressure, kinesiology, homeopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, swimming, massage.) For these patients toxic MS drugs may aggravate the problem. This means Controlling MS. Individual solutions for the venous blood circulation problem can be as varied as the multiple stress factors which trigger it. That is why what works for one MS patient may not work for another.
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