ich bin kein Arzt und will nicht zu Dingen raten, die ich nicht wirklich definitiv wei√ü, daher unter Vorbehalt meine Spekulationen sowie zum Schlu√ü einige Literaturstellen, die du nach eigenem Ermessen verwerten kannst:
Zun√§chst geht man davon aus, dass es sich bei MS um sehr h√§ufig um eine Autoimmunkrankheit handelt.
Wie Creatine wirkt k√∂nnte man in sehr kleinen Mengen unter √§rtzlicher Kontrolle austesten.
Es k√∂nnte durchaus eine Verbesserung eintreten, genauso aber auch eine Verschlechterung, da evt. das Immunsystem, das sich bei Autoimmunkrankheiten sowieso schon k√ľnstlich Gegner sucht, zus√§tzlich durch Creatine /ATP Aktivit√§t noch st√§rkter arbeitet und "erst recht scharf auf Gegner" wird.
Bei Immunschw√§che ist Creatine fast immer hervorragend, aber MS ist ja nicht unbedingt eine Immunschw√§che, sonder evtl. sogar das Gegenteil.
Hier etwas englische Literatur, mach das beste draus:
These Substances Alleviate or Prevent Multiple Sclerosis
It is generally accepted that Multiple Sclerosis is neither preventable nor curable, although many patients have gone into remission for many years and various therapies have been demonstrated to alleviate the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
Glycine alleviates some of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
Orotic Acid (when administered by injection) alleviates Multiple Sclerosis by facilitating the transport of Minerals into cells.
Phenylalanine increases Bladder control, improves Mobility and decreases Depression in Multiple Sclerosis patients. research
Calcium AEP alleviates Multiple Sclerosis (by protecting Cell Membranes). research
Multiple Sclerosis patients have low Glutathione Peroxidase levels. peer-reviewed research
Enzyme Therapy (i
.e. involving multiple Enzymes
, especially Proteolytic Enzymes
) break up (degrade) the Immune Complexes that are theorized to precipitate Multiple Sclerosis attacks. Specific Enzymes
that are commonly utilized during Enzyme Therapy to degrade Immune Complexes in Multiple Sclerosis patients include:
- Pancreatic Enzymes
Superoxide Dismutase (LIPSOD form administered by injection) is presently under investigation as a treatment for MS (and initial studies are promising).
Exogenous Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1) is utilized by some progressive physicians in the treatment of MS (due to its ability to stimulate the growth of Myelin Sheaths).
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) (90 mg per day taken as 3 x 30 mg doses) improves Alertness, Stamina, Energy levels, Muscle Strength and reduces Fatigue and Inflammation in Multiple Sclerosis patients. research
Human Growth Hormone (hGH) is utilized by some progressive physicians in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (due to its ability to increase Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1) which facilitates the growth of Myelin Sheaths).
Abnormally low levels of Melatonin have been theorized to be an underlying cause of Multiple Sclerosis. research
Pregnenolone may be an effective therapy for Multiple Sclerosis. research
Progesterone may be an effective therapy for Multiple Sclerosis (due to its ability to counteract Estrogens Dominance). research
Immune System Chemicals
Exogenous, synthetic Interferon Beta (administered by physicians) is an approved treatment for Multiple Sclerosis.
Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) may be beneficial for Multiple Sclerosis patients who are unable to convert Linoleic Acid (LA) to GLA. peer-reviewed research
Multiple Sclerosis patients are usually deficient in Linoleic Acid (LA) and levels of LA tend to fall even lower during MS relapses. research
Multiple Sclerosis patients are almost always found to be deficient in Superunsaturated Fatty Acids, indicating that supplemental Superunsaturated Fatty Acids may be beneficial for Multiple Sclerosis patients: peer-reviewed research
- MS patients are usually particularly deficient in Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA). research
Octacosanol alleviates Multiple Sclerosis (by repairing the damaged Myelin Sheaths that are integral to the progression of Multiple Sclerosis).
Calcium (used in conjunction with Magnesium and Vitamin D
) reduces the severity of Multiple Sclerosis. peer-reviewed research
Iodine deficiency (prior to and immediately after birth) can be an underlying cause of Multiple Sclerosis - this occurs from Iodine deficiency negatively affecting the development of the dopaminergic system that leads to an increased risk of Multiple Sclerosis during later life). research
Supplemental Magnesium may be of benefit to Multiple Sclerosis patients (total Magnesium levels in MS patients are significantly lower than those of healthy persons with the most significant reduction in Magnesium levels occurring in the white matter of the Brain). peer-reviewed research
Multiple Sclerosis patients generally are found to have low Selenium levels (indicating that supplemental Selenium may be beneficial for Multiple Sclerosis patients). research
Histamine (applied topically) alleviates the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. peer-reviewed research
Adenosine Monophosphate (AMP) (administered by injection) alleviates the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. peer-reviewed research
Poly (A)/Poly (U) (a synthetic Nucleic Acid) is under investigation as an adjuvant therapy for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis.
Acyclovir is useful for suppressing the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (due to its ability to inhibit the Human Herpes Virus Type 6 (HHV-6) which has been implicated in Multiple Sclerosis). peer-reviewed research
Curcumin inhibits the further progression of Multiple Sclerosis. peer-reviewed research
Coenzyme Q10 alleviates some of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
Dilantin alleviates the Pain and Muscle Spasms associated with Multiple Sclerosis.
Inositol improves the function and condition of the Myelin Sheaths of Multiple Sclerosis patients.
Vitamin B1 (administered intraspinally by injection) causes dramatic but transient improvement in the condition of Multiple Sclerosis patients. research
The Nicotinic Acid form of Vitamin B3 (administered via IV injection) improves the condition of Multiple Sclerosis patients. research
Vitamin B6 helps to counteract the Carbon Monoxide poisoning that is strongly implicated in Multiple Sclerosis. Vitamin B6 deficiency may increase the risk of Multiple Sclerosis. references
Vitamin B12 (especially the Methylcobalamin form) improves some aspects of Multiple Sclerosis: peer-reviewed research
- Supplemental Vitamin B12 counteracts the degeneration of the Myelin Sheaths of the Central Nervous System that occurs during the progression of Multiple Sclerosis.
- Multiple Sclerosis patients almost always exhibit a Vitamin B12 deficiency.
- Supplementation with massive doses of Vitamin B12 (oral administration of 60 mg of the Methylcobalamin form) improves visual and Brain Stem auditory-evoked nerve potentials by up to 30% in Multiple Sclerosis patients, but does NOT improve motor function.
- Note that forms of Vitamin B12 other than Methylcobalamin are unsuccessful for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis.
deficiency (especially during puberty) may cause Multiple Sclerosis and supplemental Vitamin D
improves the condition of MS patients. peer-reviewed research
Multiple Sclerosis patients are generally found to have low serum Vitamin E levels. peer-reviewed research