Monday, 29 August 2011

Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis Muscle Weakness

Muscle weakness is one of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS). Some of the other symptoms associated with MS are muscle numbness and stiffness or spasticity in the muscles.

Treatment for multiple sclerosis muscle weakness involves the use of medication such as tizanidine and diazepam.

These drugs are muscle relaxants and are more popularly found other the brand names Zanaflex(tizanidine) and Valium( diazepam).

The multiple sclerosis Liberation Treatment has also brought relief to a number of persons who previously suffered from muscle weakness as a symptom of multiple sclerois.

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