In the modern day world, there is so many life threatening diseases to worry about. One of the most debilitating is multiple sclerosis – and this doctor found a cure by treating herself.
Multiple sclerosis is a very common disabling neurological disease of young people. It afflicts approximately a quarter of a million Americans. The symptoms can be completely debilitating too.
They consist of recurring attacks of inflammation in the central nervous system. It is among some of the worst kinds of diseases to acquire; autoimmune diseases.
If you are diagnosed with such disease, your doctor will most likely prescribe you a drug to stop the progression of the disease.
Here are the ten most prescribed drugs and their total sales during a one-year period (from 2013-2014) as well as information on what the drug is meant to treat.
Abilify, $7.2 billion, antipsychotic
Humira, $6.3 billion, biologic autoimmune
Nexium, $6.3 billion, lowers stomach acid
Crestor, $5.6 billion, lowers cholesterol
Enbrel, $5.0 billion, biologic autoimmune
Advair Diskus, $5.0 billion, asthma / autoimmune
Sovaldi, $4.4 billion, hepatitis C antiviral
Remicade, $4.3 billion, biologic autoimmune
Lantus Solostar, $3.8 billion, diabetes
Neulasta, $3.6 billion, colony stimulating factor to help low white blood cell counts after chemotherapy
However, these drugs are nothing but a way for money hungry CEO’s to earn another couple dollars. They have no real concern for the well being of your health.
These drugs aren’t just costly in dollars either; these drugs will affect your overall quality of life like nothing before. The drugs are very little effective at slowing the progression of the disease and they kill healthy cells along with it.
They might slow down the disease, but the medicines themselves are killing you just as much as the disease is.
Dr. Eric Udell is a doctor and researcher who was diagnosed with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. He spent years in a tilt-recline wheelchair just three years after diagnosis.
He sought treatment from the best doctors at the University of Iowa and the Cleveland Clinic. He had access to the newest and most expensive drugs – including the new biologic immune system drug, Tysabri.
However, over a period of seven years, he only got worse.
By 2007 she was too weak to even sit in a regular chair. She could walk only 20 yards slowly and steadily with two walking sticks. By this point, she was not about to give up.
This disease would not get the best of her, and it didn’t. She took up an autoimmune diet that consisted of natural ingredients only! This is how she beat multiple sclerosis naturally.
her treatment consisted of only the most potent natural ingredients. She sought treatment from a natural therapeutic clinic.
After six months of treatment, not only was she walking again, but she excelled in an 18-mile bike ride with her family.
The clinic she was treated at is called the Institute of Functional Medicine. she learned more and more about healing naturally and mindfully.
She studied meditation, exercise, electronic stimulation of muscles, and nutrition.