Kerala Ayurveda’s Karpasasthyadi Thailam Oil is an Ayurvedic medicine for paralysis attack and is also one of the prescriptions for facial palsy treatment. It is very effective in helping to regulate body temperature and enhancing mood.
This Ayurvedic medicine for hemiplegia also soothes muscles and nerves and relaxes the body. It is a herbal oil for the nervous disease affecting the upper limbs and is one of the prescriptions as spondylosis medicine. Additional benefits include:
Aids in the treatment of facial paralysis, frozen shoulder, and cervical spondylitis
It is used in treating all types of Vata predominant diseases especially cervical disc prolapse, cervical myelopathy, radiculopathy, degenerative disorders, and numbness
Karpasa asthi - Cotton seed (Gossypium herbaceum)
Bala (Sida cordifolia)
Black gram (Phaseolus radiatus)
Kulattha (Dolichos biflorus)
Ajaksheera (Goat’s milk)
Devadaru (Cedrus deodara)
Kushta (Saussurea lappa)
Sarshapa - Mustard (Brassica juncea)
Nagara - Ginger (Zingiber officinale)
Shatahva (Anethum sowa)
Chavya (Piper chaba)
Pippalimoola (Piper longum)
Shigru (Moringa oleifera)
Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa)
Nerve Weakness also known as nerve palsy is a collective term for a range of nervous disorders that causes weakness or immobility of nerves in some parts of the body.
The nervous system is made up of all the nerves in our body. It is through the nervous system that an individual communicates with the outside world. When the body is presented with a stimulus, the different cells in different organs work in tandem to produce a proper response. This coordination is helmed by the nervous system, which is the motherboard of the body. It consists of a complex network of the autonomic, motor, and sensory nerves, which are involved in everything that the body does.
The nervous system reacts to changes both outside and inside the body by using electrical and chemical means for the transmission and reception of messages to and from the brain, the spinal cord, and other sensory organs. It plays a vital role in many important functions of the body, including regulating breathing and digestion, controlling movements, and regulating temperature.
The nervous system is a complex mechanism that allows an individual to interact with the world by controlling movements, senses, and other body functions. Some conditions, diseases, or injuries can cause serious nervous system problems.
Autonomic nerves control the involuntary or partially voluntary activities of the body, including heart rate, blood pressure, digestion and temperature regulation.
Motor nerves control the movements and actions by passing information from the brain and spinal cord to muscles.
Sensory nerves relay information from skin and muscles back to your spinal cord and brain. The information is then processed to let them feel pain and other sensations.
Since nerves are essential, nerve pain, weakness and damage can seriously affect the quality of life. There are a number of diseases that can cause the nerves to weaken. They include:
Sciatica: Sciatica is often a result of nerve root compression
Multiple Sclerosis: This is an autoimmune disease that causes the immune system to attack the insulating sheath (myelin sheath) of the nerves
Bell’s Palsy: Also referred to as facial palsy, this disease results in inflamed nerves on one side of the face, thereby causing muscle weakness in the affected area
Diabetic Neuropathy: This condition is a result of long and untreated cases of diabetes mellitus
Stroke: When a part of the brain tissues develops a blood clot due to an interrupted blood supply, it leads to a stroke
Parkinson’s Disease: This is a neurodegenerative disorder that leads to a gradual loss of certain types of nerve cells in the brain
Development of malignant tumors on nerve cells
Disruption of nerve impulses by toxins
Unhealthy diet and lifestyle
Prickling or tickling sensation
Aches or pains
Anxiety and depression
A diminished sense of smell, vision, taste, touch, or hearing
Muscle weakness and wasting
Ayurvedic medicine stemming from the ancient Indian medical system relies on a holistic approach to health and wellness, integrating natural herbal remedies and supplements into treatment methods.
The principles of Ayurveda have revolved around a curative approach and are especially successful in the treatment of neurological disorders as it helps in maintaining a healthy balance in the brain. According to Ayurveda, neurological disorders are a result of imbalance caused by an aggravated Vata which has an impact on the brain, spine and central nervous system. The nervous disorders can influence either a single neuron or can affect the entire nervous pathway.
Ayurveda considers the imbalance of Vata dosha (specifically Prana, Udana, Vyana and Apana Vayu) and weakened Agni, to be responsible for most of the neurological disorders.
Ayurvedic treatment of neurological disorders and nerve weakness focuses on either halting or reversing the progress of the disorder by balancing the doshas and correcting the agni or the digestive fire.
Vatha is considered to be of prime importance with regard to the nervous system since this dosha represents movement, and is identified with the prana vayu (one of the five types of vatha that reside in the head and govern reasoning, learning, creativity, reception of information, interpretation of and reaction to signals, consciousness). One of the prime indications of vatha imbalance for sensitive people is anxiety. Anxiety can arrest creativity and attention significantly. Unresolved anxiety can convert into chronic debilitating stress. Vatha needs a balance between stability and movement to be effective.
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