Myasthenia Gravis

I was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis about two years ago at the age of twenty-one. I had no idea what it was, how serious it could be, or even how to pronounce it properly! My doctor offered little to no help, and recommended that I start taking Prednisone immediately. That’s when I knew I had to take control of my own healing process and seek out natural remedies that could help me feel better as quickly as possible while also working toward long-term cures.

Epsom Salt Baths

There is some evidence that shows that individuals who suffer from myasthenia gravis (MG) find relief with a warm Epsom salt bath. MG is an autoimmune disorder where antibodies cause muscle weakness and fatigue. This can have a severe impact on one’s daily life, but studies suggest that magnesium sulfate (found in Epsom salt) reduces stress and improves relaxation, which both help relax weakened muscles. If you are suffering from MG, take an Epsom salt bath daily to get more magnesium sulfate into your system. Note: If you take medications, check with your doctor before adding anything new to your diet or supplement regimen as it could affect how other drugs work in your body.

Green Tea

Green tea contains catechins, a type of antioxidant that helps flush toxins from your body. Drink at least one cup of green tea each day to get antioxidants in your system. Since many medications like acetaminophen (Tylenol) can damage liver cells, you should avoid taking OTC pain relievers with caffeine and alcohol. If you do need medication, opt for NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs).

Garlic

Garlic contains a natural antibiotic and boosts your immune system. It may help you build resistance to viruses, bacteria, and fungi that can contribute to chronic conditions like myasthenia gravis. Garlic also contains selenium which is an important trace mineral that protects your organs from oxidative damage and supports many of your body’s anti-inflammatory pathways.

Turmeric

Turmeric is a member of family Zingiberaceae and is a popular Herbs for Myasthenia Gravis in many different cultures due to its wide variety of medicinal properties. In traditional Indian medicine, turmeric has been used as an anti-inflammatory agent and anti-bacterial medication. Curcumin, a phenolic compound found in turmeric, has also been shown to provide neuroprotective effects on people with myasthenia gravis. Studies have shown that people with myasthenia gravis show improvement with their symptoms after supplementing with curcumin alone or in combination with other drugs prescribed by their physicians. Another great benefit of Turmeric involves its antioxidant activity which may protect from oxidative stress which plays a major role in myasthenia gravis symptom development.

Resveratrol

Resveratrol is a natural anti-inflammatory. Since inflammation plays a large role in causing muscle weakness, resveratrol can be effective in decreasing muscle weakness. However, I’ve also read that resveratrol may react negatively with other medications (it has a similar chemical structure to grapefruit juice). So if you’re already taking Herbal Supplement for Myasthenia Gravis and are considering adding resveratrol, speak with your doctor first.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar contains an array of valuable nutrients and vitamins. People have used it to help with a variety of ailments, including indigestion, heartburn, allergies, canker sores and many others. But, if you have myasthenia gravis (MG), do not consume apple cider vinegar as it can make your symptoms worse. Instead, opt for water with a bit of lemon juice or honey in it instead.

Ginger Tea

One of my favorite Natural Remedies for Myasthenia Gravis. Ginger has long been used to treat nausea and motion sickness, both of which can be a big problem when living with MG. This Natural Remedies for Myasthenia Gravis is cheap, easy to find and works in as little as one week! Check out your local grocery store for dried ginger or grab some fresh ginger from any produce aisle.

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