Is paresthesia in multiple sclerosis common?

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If you have Multiple Sclerosis you will need to become familiar with terms such as paresthesia or numbness in the hands and face.

Paresthesia is the clinical name given to unusual sensations of the extremities. A burning or prickling sensation is felt in the hands, forearms, legs or feet. Occasionally, paresthesia will be felt as numbness or skin crawling in the face or scalp.

Intermittent Fasting can Rebuild the Immune System

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The science, currently, behind intermittent fasting is very convincing. The idea of ageing well with a rejuvinated immune system is magnetic.

A few years ago, a study was published and it claimed that a 3-day fast can, essentially, reset the immune system. Possible benefits could include better cardiovascular health, greater endurance, lower blood pressure, and diminished inflammation.