Welcome! This blog contains research & information on lifestyle, nutrition and health for those with MS, as well as continuing information on the understanding of CCSVI and cerebral hypoperfusion. This blog is informative only--all medical decisions should be discussed with your own physicians.

The posts are searchable---simply type in your topic of interest in the search box at the top left.

Almost all of MS research is initiated and funded by pharmaceutical companies. This maintains the EAE mouse model and the immune paradigm of MS, and continues the 20 billion dollar a year MS treatment industry. But as we learn more about slowed blood flow, gray matter atrophy, and environmental links to MS progression and disability--all things the current drugs do not address--we're discovering more about how to help those with MS.

To learn how this journey began, read my first post from August, 2009. Be well! Joan

Thursday, May 19, 2011


Viagra in the MS news (again)

May 19, 2011 at 9:59am

Reading MS news is like having deja vu everyday (all over again...)

The same old stories, regurgitated.  Most "innovations" in MS research involve the EAE mouse model and some NEW!  EXCITING!  PHARMACEUTICAL!

About two years ago, there were stories about how viagra could help relieve MS symptoms.
And, today, there are more stories. 
I'm not even going to bother linking them.  Just google it, if you're interested.

The point is, viagra affects the nitric oxide in our bodies.  It creates vasodilation via the endothelium.  It's yet another connection of the vasculature to MS. 

If you want to learn more about how you can enhance nitric oxide and achieve symptom relief for free, without a prescription, without side effects from drugs that mess with your body's natural chemical balance--
check out The Endothelial Health Program and increase your own nitric oxide.

I wrote it up for Jeff and have been sharing it online for free since 2008.  It's recommended for all, and can help with cardiovascular disease and many other modern, western lifestyle diseases.

It is not a cure.  It is not the full-story.  But it will help relieve symptoms, and will maintain vibrant natural health.  Without another prescription.  Remember, always speak with your own doctor before beginning a nutritional or supplemental program.  I based this research on Dr. John Cooke's book, The Cardiovascular Cure.  I hope it may be of help.

Joan




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