The exact causes and risk factors for multiple sclerosis but still unknown to modern medicine generated in the premises of genetic dysfunctions and is believed to be triggered by certain environmental factors (when exposed to chemicals or viruses, or infected with the bacteria). Although medical scientists have done sophisticated research on multiple sclerosis over the last few years, the precise genes that make humans a perfect environment for the development of MS autoimmune have not been identified.
Medical scientists hope not only to find out the exact multiple sclerosis causes shortly who can find an effective method to prevent human failure most susceptible to autoimmune diseases.
According to recent research in this area, genetic factors play an essential role in the development and progression of multiple sclerosis. Medical scientists tell people that various scleroses have genetic traits that can cause disorders that can be passed on from one generation to the next. According to recent medical research, there is a possibility of a couple of people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis happen with a probability of 30% on the same disorder at some point in life. The risk of a primary relative developing a disease in a person with multiple sclerosis is 50 times higher than a person without a family history of multiple sclerosis. Medical scientists are trying to identify the exact gene that a person with a family history of multiple sclerosis is prone to disorder at certain stages of his or her life.Medical scientists believe that viruses are the possible causes of multiple sclerosis. This belief is supported by the uneven geographical distribution of the disease (in the case of multiple sclerosis, it is more significant in the region of the planet, which is regularly affected by viral infections). Also, scientists have established a link between multiple sclerosis and a viral epidemic. According to medical research, the number of cases of various sclerosis viral increases during outbreaks, and some viruses are very similar to myelin (mainly proteins that cause multiple sclerosis). These viruses confuse the immune system to find out which antibodies target healthy nerve cells in the body that are covered with myelin.
Infectious organisms are suspected to influence the development and progression of multiple sclerosis herpes viruses and Chlamydia pneumonia bacteria. Severe diseases of the nervous system, such as encephalitis (encephalitis), have been found to cause subtype HHV-6 of the herpes virus (roseola-causing virus in children). The sub-types of herpes virus other, such as herpes simplex 1 and 2, varicella-zoster virus, and giant cell virus, which cause a malfunction of the nervous system. Chlamydia pneumonia (Chlamydia pneumonia) is a rare bacteria associated with various inflammatory diseases that are also suspected of causing multiple sclerosis. Medical research continues, but symptoms of infection with Chlamydia pneumonia have been identified in most patients with multiple sclerosis.