I just wanted to hear anyones thoughts, ideas and opinions really!
I watched a programme about the ‘obesity epidemic’ steadily growing in the UK and they mentioned that peoples genes for controlling hunger or fullness might be switched off due to an event or illness in childhood, possibly a stressful event even and therefore for this leads to the process of obesity. Therefore I wanted to know, is this what has happened with MS? That our ‘remyleination’ gene has been switched off or turned down which then makes us unable to repair our nerve fibres once damaged by infection and hence MS? Sorry this is probably facts I’ve missed or just assumed but not really thought about until the other day.
Any thoughts would be appreciated to stop my wandering mind!