Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic condition in which the immune system attacks the fatty layer that’s known as the myelin sheath surrounding nerves. This, in turn, reduces the ability of nerves to carry signals.
Symptoms of MS include vision problems, tremors, and emotional changes. While the cause of the condition may vary across patients, it is thought to arise from an inflammatory response.
While a link exists between omega-3 fatty acid consumption and improved quality of life among patients with MS, the underlying mechanisms remain unknown.
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