If you are like most, getting diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) was scary, and you were given few if any, resources, information, or guidelines on how to help your body recover. Let’s change that.
Creating health is about actively addressing all the possible factors that contributed to your MS and finding your path back to health. Learn about these factors in the CREATING HEALTH series and regain control of your health.
The Psychosocial Factors Behind MS
One of the key (and less commonly known) factors contributing to MS is psychosocial. The idea that emotions, stress, and relationships can be involved in the causation or exacerbation of multiple sclerosis (MS) dates back more than a century. The idea has now been supported by modern research. Working through these factors can help restore health.
Personality is one of the main psychosocial factors contributing to MS. It was formed in response to experiences of childhood and it became stable with age. This childhood personality might not be sustainable in adulthood and can cause the body to rebel. Working through the core beliefs, values, and childhood traumas that created that personality can lead the body and the psyche back to health.
Transforming these psychological burdens along with reducing the environmental burdens is your journey back to health. The purpose of this website is to support you along the way.
Can Symptoms like Incontinence, Pain and Balance Improve?
“The largest change I have observed is that I need my cane less and less.”
“I am taking 50% less pain medication and muscle relaxants than what I took.”
“I experienced a marked improvement in incontinence.”