Saturday, 5 July 2014

Natural Ways to Get Rid of Paralysis

Paralysis may be localized, or generalized, or it may follow a certain pattern. For example, localized paralysis occurs in one side of the face may be paralyzed due to inflammation of the facial nerve on that side. Patients with stroke may be weak throughout their body or have Hemiplegia - weakness on one side of the body - or other patterns of paralysis depending on the area of damage in the brain. For example, lower spinal cord damage from a severe back injury may result in Paraplegia. Patients with paraplegia or quadriplegia often use equipment such as a wheelchair or standing frame for mobility and to regain some independence.
SYMPTOMS: The Symptoms often accompany Paralysis from any cause include: Numbness and Tingling, pain, Changes in Vision, Difficulties with Speech, or Problems with Balance. Spinal cord Injury often causes Loss of Function in the Bladder, Bowel, and Sexual Organs. High Spinal cord Injuries may cause difficulties in Breathing.
According to Ayurveda, Paralysis is compared with PAKSHAGHATA. It has been discussed in Vata Vyadhi Prakaranam. It is known to be a complicated, as Pranayathana & Marma are involved. Vata involvement is a major factor for its complications.