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Ayurvedic Treatment For Paralysis Ayurveda Disease
Ayurvedic Treatment for Paralysis mainly focuses on helping a paralysed person adapt to life by making them as independent as possible. Paralysis in Ayurveda is called as Pakshaghat which is one of the Vata vyadhis mentioned in the classical texts. Ayurvedic treatment for Paralysis consists of several types of massages that relax the muscles and stimulate nerves. Therapies that correct vata Doshas also are also considered as important Ayurvedic treatment for Paralysis.
Ayurveda, the ancient science of life, offers an effective treatment option for individuals afflicted with paralysis. This type of therapy relies on natural and herbal remedies in order to boost body energy levels, thus promoting healing and improved functioning in paralyzed limbs.
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What is Paralysis?
Paralysis is the loss of muscle movement in the body. The sense of movement is controlled by communication between the sensory nerves which are part of the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system which is comprised of the brain and spinal cord. Disruption of communication of nerve impulses anywhere along the pathway from the brain to the muscles can impair control of muscle movement and cause muscle weakness and loss of coordination. Muscle weakness can progress to paralysis, loss of the ability to move the muscles.
Types of Paralysis?
There are many types and degrees of paralysis. The condition can be:
- Partial: When you still have some control of your muscles (sometimes called paresis).
- Complete: When you can’t move your muscles at all.
- Permanent: When muscle control never comes back.
- Temporary: When some or all muscle control returns.
- Flaccid: When the muscles get flabby and shrink.
- Spastic: When the muscles are tight and hard and jerk around oddly (spasm).
Paralysis can occur in any part of the body and is either localized when it affects only one part of the body or generalized when it affects a wider area of the body. Localized paralysis often affects areas such as the face, hands, feet, or vocal cords. Generalized paralysis is broken down based on how much of the body is paralyzed:
- Monoplegia: This affects one limb only, such as one arm or one leg.
- Hemiplegia: It affects one side of the body, such as the leg and arm of the same side of the body.
- Diplegia: It affects the same area on both sides of the body, such as both arms or both sides of the face.
- Paraplegia: This affects both legs and sometimes parts of the trunk.
- Quadriplegia: It affects both arms and both legs and sometimes the entire area from the neck down. The function of the heart, lungs, and other organs might also be affected.
Causes of Paralysis?
Paralysis can be caused due to different reasons, some of which can be serious. Depending on the cause, it may be temporary or permanent. Some causes of paralysis are:
- Spinal cord injury
- Head injury
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cerebral palsy
- Guillain-Barré syndrome
- Peripheral neuropathy
- ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
Symptoms of Paralysis?
Depending on the type and cause of the issue symptoms of paralysis may vary. The most common paralysis symptom is the loss of muscle function in one or more parts of the body. Other symptoms of paralysis are:
- numbness or pain in the affected muscles
- muscle weakness
- visible signs of muscle loss (muscle atrophy)
- involuntary spasms or twitches
Ayurveda Treatment for Paralysis
The brain sends the message to perform an activity and nerves do the conduction to do everything. So if the core element is affected, we ought to handle it with utmost care to strengthen the muscles and nerves. Common Ayurveda treatment for paralysis are:
Panchakarma is one of the most famous treatment methods in Ayurveda. The process consists of five steps for the detoxification and rejuvenation of mind and body. This treatment contains herbal massages and cleansing enemas.
Applying stimulating oils like Bhringaraj, Til Taila on the Shira (head) and pressing down on the scalp in gentle, circular motions remarkably soothes the mind. This, in turn, boosts blood circulation to the central nervous system.
Swedana will help to open the pores in the body and helps to eliminate waste materials and increases absorption. This therapy also helps to reduce stiffness and increase range of movements.
The nose is the door to consciousness and the pathway to our inner pharmacy. Medications that are administered via the nasal passages affect the mind, prana vata, tarpaka kapha, sadhaka pitta, and majja dhatu.
Virechana is a controlled process that gathers ama (toxins) from many pitta locations in the body, concentrates it in the small intestine, and then discharges it. Virechana customarily leads to a state where the toxic and disease-causing pitta is removed from the body.
- Shiro Vasti
Shiro vasti is the procedure where medicated oil is retained on the head for a particular period. This treatment helps in treating paralysis, depression, anxiety and insomnia. This treatment helps cool the head and refresh the mind.
Our Treatment Philosophy
Every person is unique, hence treatment for the person’s disease must be unique too. Sandhya Medicity doctors take
the ayurveda approach, which includes:
Customized remedy including diet, therapy and lifestyle planners designed by your doctor to compliment the medicines for holistic treatment of the root-cause