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Conquering Multiple Sclerosis: Day to Day Life and Management
eBook (ePub): $7.97
Myelin is the fatty tissue encapsulating the nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord. MS is caused by damage to the myelin sheath around nerve fibers. Sclerotic sheath affects the underlying flow... More > of nerve impulses. It affects women more than men and within the age group 20 to 40 years. This book covers several aspects of Multiple Sclerosis: - What Is Multiple Sclerosis - Acute Pain - Benefits Of Assist Dogs - Herbal Supplements Used To Treat Multiple Sclerosis - Causes Of Multiple Sclerosis - Depression And Ms - About Injections - How Is Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosed - Leaky Gut And Multiple Sclerosis - Living With Multiple Sclerosis - Managing Ms Fatigue - Managing Relationships With Multiple Sclerosis - Nonchemical Ways To Deal With The Symptoms Of Multiple Sclerosis - Parenting With Multiple Sclerosis - The Importance Of Eliminating Toxins and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your reading device.< Less
Millie's Cook Book
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Back in the late autumn of 2010 we were made aware of the plight of a young girl named Millie D'Cruz. Millie had been diagnosed with an incredibly rare genetic illness, so rare that only 17 people in... More > the UK have been diagnosed with it. Metachromatic leukodystrophy (MLD) is caused by a deficiency of the enzyme arylsulfatase A, this impairs the growth or development of the myelin sheath. Our vision was to produce a book filled with recipe's that you cook off the top of you head, your speciality dish mixed in with dishes that were child friendly for them to enjoy making. All proceeds from the sale of this book are going to the Help Millie fund for treatment to ensure Millie has the best possible quality of life.< Less
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 13. Educate a Child from Birth (Through the Eyes of a Child Flow Wonder & Curiosity)
eBook (ePub): $3.60
There are about 100 billion nerve cells or neurons in your brain's cortex. They were all there when you were born. The theory right now is that you do not grow new brain cells. You have x amount... More > at birth and that's it. Every neuron is capable of sprouting up to 20,000 dendrites if they are nourished properly and stimulated. In addition to neurons, we each have up to 900 billion glial cells which develop myelin, the sheathing that wraps around neuron axons. Axons are the nerve pathways that send messages from neuron to neuron. We grow new brain cells in the cerebellum, the lobe in the back of the brain that is responsible for motion, moving our bodies and muscle control. The neurons, glial cells and new brain cells in the cerebellum all depend on what we feed our bodies with. If the pregnant mother is undernourished and further damages her body by taking drugs, smoking, drinking alcohol, etc., the baby will not be born with the normal expected 100 billion neurons.< Less
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