Muscle Dystrophy is one of the most serious degenerative diseases in which one person may suffer. They call it an incurable illness and no medical cure is known. It has countless variations, according to some research we can meet up to 25-30 types. Its main feature is that the muscle does not develop, its tone and strength decrease as long as the patient is unable to move himself and may lead to partial or complete paralysis. However, the disease is seldom fatal. For a healthy person, after hard, tense work, the muscles will be even stronger therefore they could sustain the next effort better. This way are developed a huge musculature for example by bodybuilders and are got massive muscles by athletes too.and create massive muscles for athletes too. However, in the case of people with this disease, this mechanism does not work, and in most cases exactly the reverse is true. The more they burden their muscles, : the faster and the greater the loss of their muscle tissues. They become more and more weakened, they feel their muscles are giving up their ghosts constantly. The disease could be lingering, which for 25 to 30 years continuously destroys the body, but it can also be foudroyant that can force the patient into a wheelchair only in 4-6 months. It can attack in any age and and it does not picky. It's more common among men, but some types may also appear among women. We can distinguish since birth existing, since early childhood attacking, pubertal or only in adulthood or in old age appearing muscular decay. The later the disease attacks, the better are the chances to keep the force as well as to recover and get his/her health back. The more muscle fibers has the patient at the onset of the disease, the more difficult to destroy them because it have to destroy more muscle tissue. The in time noticed and treated muscle dystrophy can make less damage to the body, that is why most of it can maintain its functionality and can carry the burden of movements in remaining life, and fewer parts have to force to operation. There is a chance of improvement in every stage of the disease! However it should be considered as if we go inward to the woods and we would like to come out from there once again. The deeper we get in the forest, the longer the road is backwards, which we have to do. Therefore, you should not waste your time, every day and every week can be important! We immediately have to start dealing with the affected muscles, and try to improve their operation as soon as possible and strive to reach the pre-disease state. With today's knowledge this is no longer unattainable!