Polio is caused by a virus that attacks nerve cells and sometimes produces muscle paralysis. It was once a common disease that reached a peak in the 1950s, according to MayoClinic.com. Vaccines were developed that are very effective, and few Americans contract polio today. However, some people who had polio years ago may experience new symptoms of muscle weakness and other changes that constitute post-polio syndrome, also called post-polio sequelae, or PPS. Lifestyle changes that may help relieve symptoms of PPS include conserving strength, avoiding activities that cause pain and eating a diet high in protein. Former polio patients should always consult a doctor before making changes to lifestyle or diet.
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