Any pressure on the surrounding tissue on the nerve will cause irritation and impair the nerves, with the consequences of pain to loss of feeling or weakening of the muscles.It may come due to many reasons, such as pregnancy, injuries, repetition of movements or joint diseases, heavy weight lifting, obesity and contact sports.It can occur anywhere in the peripheral nervous system. More precisely, this nerve is the nerve that passes through hard bending like the bone.
Most commonly comes the incision of the central laconic and palatal nerve, stretching from the shoulder along the arm to the palm.
Other nerves that can be implanted include the nerves of the thighs, stretching from the pelvis to the knee, the nerve of the tubules, the nerves between the spinal discs, the nerves of the leaf, which extend along the calf and the large saddle nerve, stretching the length of the leg, from the end of the spine to the foot.
If treated, the sore nerve regularly recovers for several days or weeks. Constant irritation of the affected nerve can cause a chronic form of the disease. In some cases, nerve damage can be permanent.
– sensitivity, tingling or excessive part of the body, often extremities
-Pain that stings, bakes or snaps at the site of irritation of the nerves and sore pain along the nerves -the weakness of the affected part; muscular atrophy that occurs due to non
-use of the extremity, one arm or leg can be visibly thinner than the other
The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the human body, and any pressure on it causes pain that extends from the rib to the bone. This condition is known among people as “sciatica” and requires rest for a longer period of time to alleviate the pain.
RECIPE FOR PAIN SOOTHENING AND TREATMENT
Put about 10 liters of warm water (as much as you can hold) in a bucket or bigger bowl. Put one hand Epsomite salt (from a pharmacy), one hand sea salt and half a liter of malic acid.
Stir well to dissolve salt. Soak your feet and hold them in the solution until cool. Wipe your feet, and put on warm socks to keep your feet warm. You have to repeat this procedure in a longer period of time, until the situation improves. Your feet must be warmed up at any moment.
Conventional medicine. The doctor may recommend reducing or stopping the activity caused by pressing the nerve and recommend wearing a bandage, a supported device or something like that.
Physical therapy can strengthen the surrounding muscles. Anti-inflammatory drugs or short-term use of corticosteroids can speed up treatment.
Small doses of amitriptyline or some other tricyclic antidepressant, sometimes prescribed for pain, can help if it is a chronic pain.
Medicinal herbs. Use a mixture of tea made from equal parts of worth, scutellaria lateriflora and Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus).
Use these herbs or tinctures, all three combined with oatmeal tincture (Avena sativa). Mix all together in equal parts three times a day, drink a teaspoon in a glass of water. If you are preparing tea, drink three cups of tea a day.
Nutrition. The use of 1000 mg lecithin with meals can help restore the nerves. With the use of 2000 mg of calcium chelate per day, the implementation of nerve impulses can be improved. You should also enter vitamin B12. Homeopathy. Lower back pain lowered by warming, try to treat with Rhus toxicodendron. Use Arnica for back pain after injury can reduce symptoms. Consult homeopath for appropriate doses.
Avoid work duties and tasks that involve repeating movements with palms, arms, or shoulders. If you can not avoid them, perform them in short intervals with interruptions.If symptoms begin to occur, consult a physical therapist for possible changes in the way of performing the duties or the appropriate equipment.