Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a neurological sickness that includes an insurgent series at the level of the central nervous system. The illness determines dysfunctions of the body’s nervous cells, due to devastating of myelin, a sheath that surrounds the neurons. Myelin is necessary for the appropriate activity of the nervous system, as it aids the transmission of knowledge between neurons.
When the nervous cells myelin-containing membrane is interfered, the innervated tissues of the entire human body can be dangerously affected. Due to demolition of myelin, multiple sclerosis can cause dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal, sensory, and cognitive systems. Sometimes, the sickness can also affect the activity of the inner organs.