Myasthenia Gravis Remedies

Last Modified on Jun 20, 2014

Treating myasthenia gravis involves dietary and lifestyle changes as well as the addition of certain dietary supplements. Avoiding inflammatory foods and other food allergens reverses many of the symptoms of the condition. Likewise, specific supplements support the immune system as well as muscle health to prevent the progression of the disorder.

What is Myasthenia Gravis?

A chronic condition, myasthenia gravis is characterized by expedited muscle fatigue and weakness. The disease typically affects the muscles that control eye movement first and then progresses to other muscle groups.

Noted as an autoimmune disorder, the condition manifests as the body’s natural antibodies attack and destroy the acetylcholine receptors in the body. These receptors aid in the transmission of muscle-nerve communication. No known cause has been identified for the destruction of these receptors; however, many individuals affected by myasthenia gravis also have a tumor of the thymus.

Natural Remedies for Autoimmune Neuromuscular Disease

The treatment of myasthenia gravis requires a multifaceted approach. Incorporating dietary changes as well as specific rest and active periods regulates the symptoms of the condition. Likewise, certain supplements including manganese and CoQ10 serve as effective treatments for the disease.

Manganese

Manganese is an important component of many enzymes. It aids in skeletal growth and development as well as several other bodily functions. As such, manganese deficiency has been tied to the cause of myasthenia gravis and is an effective treatment for fighting the condition.

CoQ10

CoQ10 is another important nutritional supplement in the body. This coenzyme expedites many bodily processes including energy production and cell growth and maintenance. Used as a supplement, CoQ10 supports effective energy production and relieves muscle weakness.

Myasthenia gravis is a pervasive condition defined by varying levels of muscle weakness. While the condition can be progressive, most cases are effectively treated using natural remedies and support.

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Posted by Berta (Porum, Oklahoma/US) on 03/04/2013

[YEA]  The best information I've found for Myasthenia Gravis (MG) is at www.health-science-spirit.com See info. On the critical importance of trace mineral manganese (not to be confused with magnesium) for MG as well as much other helpful info. It also discusses the negative detrimental effects of floride as in florinated water, tooth paste etc. On MG. Thank you to Earth Clinic and to all fellow searchers. God bless!

Replied by Anniej
Salem, Wisconsin, United States
06/01/2013
Thank you. I will look into this website.







 



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