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Multiple Sclerosis Has Weakened Your Hands or Wrists? Get The Helpful Hand™ —And Start Doing Everyday Tasks Again.

A Great New Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Advance For Your Hands

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Symptoms

  • Numbness/weakness in one or more limbs
  • Partial or total loss of vision, usually in one eye at a time
  • Blurred or double vision
  • Tingling/pain
  • Tremors, loss of coordination
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness

Cause/Risk Factors of Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease, a condition in which the immune system attacks one or more parts of the body as if they were foreign entities.

Specifically, MS destroys the cells which create myelin, the substance which provides a protective sheath around nerve fibers. The more the myelin is damaged, the more nerve function degenerates, leading to a variety of health problems.

The causes of MS are not well understood. However, it is more common in regions with temperate climates, such as Europe, southern Canada, and the northern U.S. Although the tendency to develop MS can be inherited, researchers believe the disease manifests itself only when it meets certain environmental factors. These include a variety of viruses and bacteria, with recent research pointing to the Epstein-Barr virus.

(Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/multiple-sclerosis)

Because of the damage it can do to nerves throughout the body, multiple sclerosis often leads to weaknesses in several areas. Weakness in the wrists is not only one of the most common examples, but also one of the hardest to cope with, as the hands are essential to performing so many basic, daily tasks.

As a result, wrist/hand braces are often prescribed for MS patients. If you are among them, you probably know that the design and capabilities of most braces have not advanced in many years. At last, a  new multiple sclerosis treatment advance, the Helpful Hand™ changes all that because:

  • It provides outstanding support to your weakened wrist, and
  • It enables you to grasp and hold many objects with far less effort

Wrist and hand fatigue are common multiple sclerosis symptoms—and they are a danger. This fatigue can actually exacerbate your MS. But with its patented support system, The Helpful Hand™ gives your weakened wrist and hand the rest they need, minimizing fatigue in them. As a result, you may be able to use your hands for a longer period without exacerbating your MS.

Click here to order The Helpful Hand™A Great New Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Advance For Your Hands

What makes The Helpful Hand™ such a great new multiple sclerosis treatment advance for your hands? First, it’s made of top-quality materials you won’t find in most braces. But the real news is its patented support system, a feature that:

  • pulls your thumb and first two fingers together
  • includes a sturdy, adjustable strap that acts almost like an extra finger

As a result, The Helpful Hand™ enables you to grasp and hold dozens of everyday objects—utensils, tools, combs, toothbrushes, sports equipment and more—with far less effort. That not only means far less fatigue when you use these items, but also greater independence for you in everyday living. It’s not just a great multiple sclerosis treatment advance for your hands, and a breakthrough in relieving and healing the symptoms of MS. It’s a true aid to daily living.

Compare the Helpful Hand™ to Other Braces

The Helpful Hand Supports & Immobilizes Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Improves Function of Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Reduces Fatigue in Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Minimizes Pain, Increases Personal Independence, Accelerates Healing

Click here to order The Helpful Hand™A Great New Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Advance For Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment: What You Should Know

Diagnosing MS can be difficult. Multiple sclerosis symptoms are similar to those of other conditions, each with its own prognosis and treatment.

There are no specific tests for MS. Identifying it is typically a process of elimination: The patient’s clinical symptoms, radiological studies and laboratory studies have to be examined and suggest that multiple sclerosis explains them better than any other condition. Other factors that may be considered in deciding on an MS diagnosis include:

  • Medical history
  • Neurological examination
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan
  • Spinal tap
  • Evoked potential test

Multiple sclerosis treatments can range widely based on the severity of the conditions. Doctors sometimes recommend a ‘wait-and-see’ approach if the patient’s symptoms are mild or infrequent. For more advanced MS, there are several possible medications, physical and occupational therapy, counseling, and other possible treatments. But a great new multiple sclerosis treatment advance is  here.  Try it today.

(Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/multiple-sclerosis/)

It’s available only from this web site (or a select few retailers), and comes with this money-back guarantee: Try The Helpful Hand™ for 30 days, and if you are not 100% satisfied with it, return it to us for a full refund.


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Great new multiple sclerosis treatment advance
Great new multiple sclerosis treatment advance


Perfect for Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
Perfect for Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis


A breakthrough treatment for wrist and hand weakness from MS
A breakthrough treatment for wrist and hand weakness from MS 


What Is the "Tripod Pinch"? Why should you care?
To perform dozens of daily tasks, you must be able to grasp objects with your thumb, index finger and middle finger-a skill known as the 'tripod pinch.' The Helpful Hand™ is the only brace on the market today that helps you do it.
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