When I was 43, my husband brought home the Evening Standard, a London newspaper, that contained a write-up on Dr Amir, a Dental Surgeon in London, UK, who seemed to be helping people with MS by, in effect, balancing and realigning the jaw with the rest of the body. I made an appointment to see him.
What he said made sense to me and I started his treatment. Within a few weeks I was feeling much less fatigued and physically stronger. I experienced an ability to breathe more deeply than I’d ever been able to. This was the most noticeable difference.
It was my husband, however, who pointed out, several months into the treatment, that I hadn’t complained about any MS issues for a while and we realized together I hadn’t had any evidence of MS since starting treatment with Dr Amir.
It has now been over five years since I’ve experienced any MS symptoms, save one, explained on the Epiphany page. I’ve gone beyond simply the state of 'not experiencing MS.' I can breathe to double capacity, have more energy, rarely experience a headache, can eat dairy! and chocolate, have a more attractive jaw-line and more prominent cheekbones. Yippee!