EXERCISES FOR PARALYSIS PATIENTS

EXERCISES FOR PARALYSIS PATIENTS

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EXERCISES FOR PARALYSIS PATIENTS

 HOW PARALYSIS STARTS?

Paralysis is a medical condition where a person experiences loss of muscle function in the body and suffers from the loss of any feeling in the affected part. It can affect one side of the body, known as the hemiplegia, or both sides of the body, known as the diplegia.
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Sai sanjivani is an ayurvedic clinic that provides no.1 Ayurvedic treatment for paralysis patients and gives the long term follow up for patients by experienced doctors. It helps the patients of paralysis to get recover from it with the help of ayurvedic medicines made of traditional herbs, proper diet and also provides guidance which is helpful in paralysis treatment. 
 

Paralysis will be caused due to various reasons, and the most common reasons are

  • Injury to the spinal cord or head,
  • Stroke, and
  • Multiple sclerosis.
Regular exercising can help the patient cope better and also improve overall health. Here are some exercises that will be especially good for patients who have suffered a stroke and are experiencing loss of movement on one or both sides. The following paralysis exercises are also very useful for improving muscle function in the lower body, especially around the legs. 
 
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Even though a person suffering from paralysis loses the ability to move in certain parts of the body, it is crucial to have some or other form of regular exercise. The biggest benefit of exercise is that it will help to maintain and improve blood circulation and also strengthen the affected muscles. It will also help you regain balance and motor skills in the affected areas.

BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL FOR PARALYSIS

High blood pressure is the major cause of stroke. Extremely elevated blood pressure can damage blood vessels in the brain. Making a few changes to your lifestyle can help a lot to lower blood pressure or keep it under control.

There are two types of stroke-

  • Ischemic stroke
  •  Hemorrhagic.

An ischemic stroke happens when a blood vessel becomes blocked, usually by a blood clot and a portion of the brain becomes contains oxygen, resulting in decreased functioning of the brain. Brain hemorrhages occur when an artery in the brain bursts. High blood pressure can lead to stroke by damaging and weakening your brain's blood vessels.

Sometimes people can lower down high blood pressure by making simple lifestyle changes, but you may also need to take medications as advised by our ayurvedic doctors. Reducing the amount of salt you eat is one of the most important habits that you can perform to reduce your blood pressure. All paralysis patients are highly advised to take a low- salt diet.

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PC6 is an important acupressure point to control blood pressure naturally. Found at the distance of three finger width from the wrist crease on the inner forearm. This point is activated by applying pressure using the thumb.

LI 4 is another useful acupressure point situated in the webbing between the forefinger and the thumb. Repeat the massage treatment 10-12 times during the day.

DIABETES CONTROL IN PARALYSIS

One of the techniques that are very effective in controlling diabetes is Acupressure therapy. By putting pressure on the right acupressure point (Pancreas point) can help to control diabetes. Having high blood sugar damages blood vessels over time, making clots more likely to form inside them. Regularly pressing and massaging this point will help to reduce diabetes. Diabetes can be controlled with the proper use of acupressure points.

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 Various Exercises For Paralysis Patients

           1.LEG  AND WALKING  EXERCISES  

                                         Easy balance and walking exercises for paralysis patients are provided by our experienced doctors. These exercises will improve coordination and strength in your legs. Practice moving and walking as much as you can. Recovery of paralysis depending on the patient's medical condition and cause of paralysis. Regain balance of stroke with Sai Sanjivani treatment and repetitive exercise. Home walk and balance exercises will reconnect the brain and muscles that can help restore balance.

Walking in paralysis patients are:

1. Dragging
2. Stamping
3. Outward walking

Walking is very important in paralysis patients and affected walking should not stop the walking of a patient. But daily exercises are to be performed to cure the patients.

#Walking_exercise for paralysis patients:

1. Normal walking
2. Toe to toe walking (patient can walk with the help of a wall)
3. Backward walking

patients can perform #indoor_exercises also
. Marching exercise (marching should be performed with the help of a steady and heavy table). Marching is very important to exercise as patients avoid bending the knee while walking.

TOP LEG EXERCISES IN PARALYSIS:

1. Leg exercise using chair and table by holding the chair from the normal body side and lifting the legs sidewards of the affected part.
2. Leg exercises by Leg Raise mean raising your legs one by one and instruct the patient left, right, left, right to raise their legs.
3. Leg exercises Using Foam piece by standing on a foam piece of around 2 ft and try to balance on it.
4. Mirror - Image Exercise means doing exercise in front of a full-length mirror so that the movement is clearly visible.
5. Leg Exercises though Side way leg Raises by taking the support of a table on the normal side and then raise affected legs slowly sideward.
6. knee Bend Exercises for Leg muscles by folding your knee upward to stretch the legs.
7. Forward-Backward Leg movement Exercises in which you have to move your legs forward and backward one by one. it helps in opening the muscles.
8. Sidewall Exercises by standing on the support of the wall and sit and stand slowly with your back touching the wall.
9. Leg Movement Exercises using Rubberband in which rubber band is put inside your foot arch and then it stretches the leg muscle.
10. Body movement using Passive Exercises ( With the help of an assistant). it is done by an assistant in which he lifts the leg of the patient and provides support to him.

BEGINNER LEVEL PARALYSIS EXERCISES:

1. While lying down on the bed and lift your hips up as shown in the video for 10 seconds with the help of pressing your palms. Repeat it 5 times.
2. Lie on back and knees bent. Move your both legs to the left across your body and then move both legs to right across your body. Repeat this 30 times.
3. Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Roll your bent left knee to one side and switch legs.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL EXERCISES:

1. Lift up your legs and rest your legs on a gym ball. Place the bottom of your foot on the gym ball and push your hips off the floor. Repeat 10 times.
2. Lie on one side and slightly bend both the legs. Now spread knee apart lifting upper knee towards ceiling. Repeat 30 times.
3. Change your position and sit like a crawling child. Then lift your right hand and left leg together and then switch.

ADVANCE LEVEL EXERCISES

1. Gym ball exercise - Lie on the floor keeping your legs on the ball and your hands above your head then lift your hip and hold your body for a few seconds.
2. Lie down from the side of your stomach and raise your legs and arms together and hold the pose.

2. ARM EXERCISE

The major cause of paralysis is brain stroke and it occurs when blood supply to the brain is interrupted by infarct or brain hemorrhage. These are two types of strokes which are caused by a blockage or clot in a blood vessel in your brain. Repetition is beneficial for all paralysis patients to regain muscle movement, strength, and coordination. You need to practice your muscles repetitively.

 An easy and simple basic level arm exercises for paralysis patients:

You will need: Table

# Inner Arm Stretches
Keep your palms down on the table and allow your wrist to rotate so that fingers pointing at your body. Hold onto 30 this position for 30 seconds.

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3. WRIST AND FINGER EXERCISE

There are easy and simple wrist and finger exercises for paralysis patients. These exercises can be performed using simple objects such as pens, coins, and water bottles. To bring back full control of your hands to grasp and release objects, you need to repeatedly perform these exercises. While recovery from paralysis or stroke, you need to repeatedly move your affected hand so that the brain starts reconnecting to the muscle. Here are a few of the best exercises for improving muscle function in the affected hand:

VARIOUS STEPS -

1. Hold the water bottle in the affected hand and slowly support the affected hand with the unaffected hand. Gently bend your wrist forward. Do keep the elbow glued to your side. Repeat 10 times.

2. Gently bend your wrist backward and keep supporting the affected hand with the unaffected hand. You can also us smiley ball or light dumbbells.

3. Allow your wrists to rotate fully at 360 degrees.

4. Hold the water bottle in your hand and place the affected hand on the table. Curl up your fingers and grasp the bottle in your hand and release back down.

5. Use your thumb and index finger to hold the pen in place and put the pen down on the table.

6. To improve fine motor skills, hold the coin between your thumb and fingers and practice stalking coins on top of each other.
7. Spin a pen between your fingers.

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4. SHOULDER EXERCISE

These shoulder exercises for paralysis patients will be highly beneficial for those who want to improve strength and ability to move freely. Patients with little or no movement in the shoulder can practice these exercises once in a day and can increase the range of motion in the shoulders. A lot of patients experience shoulder drop in the first six months after paralysis. At Sai Sanjivani, we advise our patients to perform occupational therapy while recovering from paralysis. Occupational therapy enables a patient to regain the ability to maintain balance, perform daily activities, concentrate and relearn basic movements.

BASIC LEVEL:

1.Towel slide

Sit down on the chair in front of the table. Fold the towel in the middle of the table. Place your both hands on the towel and slide the towel away from you.

2. Shoulder Shrug

Make sure you stand tall and lift your affected shoulder to the ears. Do 3 sets of 10 reps.

3. TABLE

Again put the table in front of you and place your both hands on the folded towel, now move both of your hands on the table from side to side.

4. Stand straight

 Hold the old age walking stick with both hands in front of your body. Next, move the stick sideways swinging.

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5. HAND EXERCISE

Hand exercises for paralysis patients help in simple hand, wrist, fingers, elbow, shoulder and arm exercise for paralysis to prevent muscle stiffness, improve fine motor skills, hand function, coordination and bring back your hand strength. If you are beginning with little hand movement, then these exercises are best to start.

There are easy and simple hand exercises that you can easily add up in your paralysis recovery routine. Exercises that are shown in standing, sitting or seated patients can be easily adapted according to the patient's needs. Paralysis treatment provided by Sai Sanjivani and exercising on a daily basis will build new pathways in your brain. These exercises may be performed alone and may require some assistance.

Things you need to follow:

  • Smiley ball,
  • Towel,
  • Neuro M Massage oil,
  • Elastic band,
  • Table/chair,
  • Rubber band,
  • Hand strengthener,
  • Hand & Piano Grip,
  • Stacking Rings Baby Toy.

1. Seated exercise of hand with the smiley ball

Patients should perform exercises depending upon the stage of recovery. Practice these exercises the number of times you can. A few best ways to improve strength in your weaker hand, Shoulder, wrist, elbow, finger, and grip exercises are helpful for paralysis patients.

2. Arm exercise with elastic band and towel

With the help of a towel, elastic band, and Neuro M Massage oil, you can perform these exercises to regain movement in your hand and arm. Practicing exercises regularly along with ayurvedic medicines for paralysis by Sai Sanjivani will ensure faster results in recovery.

3. Shoulder stretching exercises

Effective shoulder stretching exercises at home Improve strength, control, and ability in your shoulder and continue recovery and progress in paralysis patients. Some people like using a gym ball.

4. Physiotherapy for fingers using a rubber band and hand strengthener

Improve finger strength and movement after paralysis by performing this exercise. Increase grip strength and get relief from stiffness using Hand Strengthener and Hand & Piano Grip These devices are a very affordable option and will strengthen your finger muscles.

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                                                                6. SPEECH THERAPY

The speech therapy will help all paralysis patients who had difficulty in speaking and understanding speech. Having paralysis can be a traumatic experience, but for many paralysis, patients sing therapy could be a solution. Singing therapy is beneficial for all paralysis patients to gain the ability to speak again. You can start by singing something and gradually you will regain the ability to speak those sentences normally.

To bring positive results in paralysis patients,

First, the caretaker has to recreate speech through singing. How it’s done: then, they can ask the question to the patient through singing, such as " Do you want water?" , “How are you?” or “Please pass the salt.” The phrases are sung in words and sentences. The patient can give answers while singing words and sentences when they cannot speak. These things you and your family members can do to recover speech abilities and gives hope to a thousand patients out there who have lost the ability to speak.

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At Sai Sanjivani, we provide the best paralysis treatment. And our ayurvedic medicines which work on the root cause of paralysis and increases the recovery chances of paralysis condition.

 

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DIET FOR PARALYSIS PATIENTS

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WHAT IS PARALYSIS

Paralysis is the inability to use a part of your body or loss of muscle function in a part of your body. There are many types of paralysis because there are different ways that the body can be injured. The most serious forms of paralysis are Diplegia and Hemiplegia. Diplegia affects to symmetrical parts of the body, usually affecting either the arms or the legs. Hemiplegia affects only one side of the body.

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Sai sanjivani is the leading Ayurvedic organization providing the best treatment for Paralysis.  Our doctors guide you for the healthy diet plan and various yoga exercises to have the fastest recovery from paralysis. All the treatments here are 100% natural, genuine and medicines are made with different herbs prepared with the traditional methods of Ayurveda causing no side effects and are trusted with generations.  

Stroke is a major cause of Paralysis. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is suddenly blocked or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts. The brain is the most important and complex organ of the human body. It controls all the senses and functions of the body. If a stroke occurs and blood flow can't reach the region that controls a particular body function, then that part of the body won't work as it should.

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Diagnosing paralysis is quite easy to do because the main symptom is a loss of muscle control in a body area is so obvious. There is no fixed time duration that a patient will take to recover from paralysis. There are few factors that can affect how long it will take for the patient to recover from a paralytic attack:

Causes that lead to the paralytic attack.

Some of the main causes of paralysis are:

  • Sudden weakness on one side of the face, with arm weakness 
  • Sudden weakness on one side of the face, with or face pain –
  • Temporary paralysis when waking up or falling asleep – 
  • Paralysis after a serious accident or injury – a 
  • Weakness in the face, arms or legs that comes and goes – multiple scoliosis 

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 After paralysis stroke, a patient shows recovery for the next 3–4 months, the problem arises after that, once the improvement stops. To regain the lost movement of limbs, conductance of nerve impulse is essential. As per allopathic treatment, this can’t be achieved, but ayurvedic medicines have shown great results.

Eating Well After a Stroke

Eating well after a stroke is key to recovery. Choosing healthy foods that can help to control the blood pressure, body weight, reduce a person’s risk of having another stroke, and may help with the demands of stroke therapy and other daily activities.

How does eating well after a stroke help recovery?

  • Preventing another stroke and staying healthy will be achieved when you will take the appropriate steps to control your weight and blood pressure.
  • Making healthy food choices is a major step in the right direction, experienced doctors at Sai Sanjivani will help you choose the right foods. As they will teach you how to prepare and plan meals and snacks to enhance your health.

This healthy tip is provided to get you started on the road to recovery. No two people have the same results; therefore, incorporate these healthy eating strategies with frequent check-ups with your physician and taking your medications as prescribed.

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WHAT TO EAT 

  • Plenty of vegetables 
  • Various Fruits.
  • Grain and cereals 
  • High fiber varieties such as bread, cereals, rice, pasta, and oats.
  • Lean meats and poultry, fish, eggs
  • Nuts, seeds, and beans.
  • Milk, yogurt, cheese, and their alternatives
  •  Drink plenty of water.

       WHAT TO AVOID 

  • High saturated fat such as biscuits, cakes, pastries, processed meats.
  • Fried Burgers, pizza, fried foods, potato chips 
  • Saturated fats such as butter, cream, cooking margarine, coconut oil, and palm oil.
  • Avoid foods and drinks containing added salt.
  • Avoid foods and drinks containing added sugars 
  • Sugar-sweetened Beverages 

STRICTLY AVOID FOLLOWING ITEMS ALONG WITH OUR TREATMENT:

1. CURD
2. BUTTERMILK
3. PANEER /CHEESE
4. FERMENTED ITEMS (IDLI, DOSA, VADA, DHOKLA, ETC).
5. ALCOHOL
6. SAUCE
7. JAM
8. PACKED FRUIT JUICES
9. CITRUS FRUITS(LEMON, ORANGE, MOUSAMI ETC).
10. GRAPES
11. MANGO
12. KIWI
13. APPLE

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ONLY FOLLOWING FRUITS ARE ALLOWED:-

  • FOR DIABETICS

         1. PAPAYA

  • FOR NON DIABETICS
    1. BANANA
    2. PAPAYA
    3. POMEGRANATE
    4. CHIKU

. Sour food items should be strictly avoided. It decreases the potency of our medicine & does not allow medicines to work properly.
. Do not take an excessive amount of water along with the treatment as it flushes the medicine out through urine.

Strategies to reduce your risk of a stroke

 1.Salt. Too much salt can raise your blood pressure. Read labels and choose lower salt options. Don’t add salt when cooking or at the table. Use herbs and spices to increase flavor instead. If you reduce your intake gradually, your taste buds will adjust in a few weeks.

2.Sugar. Too much sugar can damage blood vessels. Read labels and choose lower sugar options. Even foods you may not think of as sugary can have added sugar.

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3.Saturated fats. These cause high cholesterol. Eat mostly polyunsaturated and monounsaturated oils and spreads. Try nut butter or avocado.

4.Alcohol. Drinking too much alcohol contributes to a number of stroke risk factors, including high blood pressure. Healthy men and women should have no more than two standard drinks a day. After a stroke, your doctor can advise when it is safe for you to start drinking alcohol again and how much it is safe for you to drink.

5Limit your intake of saturated and trans fat and cholesterol. Cholesterol is a fatty substance made by your body and found in foods of animal origin. Your body needs cholesterol to maintain the health of your body's cells.

6. Trim the sodium in your diet. Eating too much sodium may cause you to retain fluids and increase your blood pressure. So the paralysis patients have to avoid sodium in their diet.

7Choose foods high in fiber. Dietary fiber is the part of plants the body cannot digest. As it passes through your body it affects the way your body digests foods and absorbs nutrients so consume high fiber foods as much as possible.

TREATMENT OF PARALYSIS

Paralysis treatment is generally done to deal with symptoms and help regain muscle movement. The goal of the treatment is to help a person adapt to life with paralysis by making them as independent as possible. Physiotherapy also helps paralysis patients to a great extent. Depending on the kind of paralysis, patients undergo physiotherapy sessions where they are made to do different exercises to help regain muscle movement. This treatment requires a lot of patience and strong will.

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In spite of the various treatments available, Ayurveda has proved or stands to be one of the most effective treatments for the best possible recovery in Paralysis condition. Ayurvedic medicines work on the root cause of paralysis. Ayurvedic treatment for Paralysis helps to cope up effectively and stops from occurring again. The treatment works only on your nervous tissue, it helps the body to develop an alternate route for electrical conductance to the limb. Sai Sanjivani provides the best treatment for paralysis patients, It helps the patients of paralysis to get recover from it with the help of ayurvedic medicines made of traditional herbs and also provides guidance for yoga which is helpful in paralysis treatment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WHAT IS BRAIN STROKE? CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS

BRAIN STROKE CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS

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BRAIN STROKE CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS

WHAT IS PARALYSIS OR STROKE

Paralysis could be one of the most horrific conditions that a human body can be affected. A paralyzed person loses the capacity of voluntary movement in some or all parts of the body. The most difficult part of paralysis is when the person has to become totally dependent on someone else to finish most of the routine tasks. Paralysis is also called Brain stroke that happens when a part of the brain stops working. The ultimate effect is shown in the body parts like Legs, Arms, etc. and movement stops on that part. Brain stroke occurs when the Blood flow to a part of the brain is stopped. Sai Sanjivni is an organization that is best known for its paralysis treatment. It provides ayurvedic medicines along with guidance for the physiotherapy exercises. and they never suggest patients stop allopathic treatment for high blood pressure, sugar, cholesterol for any other ailment. More than 70% of patients show improvement in paralytic condition.

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The loss of voluntary muscle is mostly accompanied by numbness or loss of sensation in the affected part. Diplegia and hemiplegia are two of the most serious forms of paralysis.

  • Diplegia: refers often only affects both arms or both legs, it can extend to both sides of the face as well.
  • Hemiplegia: is often characterized by a loss of strength and mobility on one side of the body.

Paralysis can occur in local or generalized forms, or it may follow a certain pattern. Most of the time paralysis is caused by nervous-system damage. Other most common causes of Paralysis are as follows:

1.STROKE

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is suddenly blocked or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts. Like all other organs, the brain needs a constant supply of blood that contains oxygen and nutrients to function properly. If the blood supply is restricted or stopped, brain cells will begin to die, which can lead to brain damage that often results in paralysis. 

In most cases, stroke paralysis affects the opposite side where the brain is damaged due to a stroke of any part of the body that can be affected by it. The immediate fallout of 90% of stroke-affected people is paralysis of some degree.

Fortunately, through paralysis stroke physiotherapy, medication and stroke recovery exercises it is possible to recover from the condition and regain body movements.

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A person who suffers a stroke in the left hemisphere of the brain has shown right-sided paralysis or paresis. A person with a stroke in the right hemisphere shows deficits on the left side of the body.

There are two main types of stroke:

1. Ischemic stroke - Ischemic strokes occur as a result of a clot within a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain 

2. Hemorrhagic Stroke – It happens when blood vessels burst and bleed into the blood.

The symptoms of a stroke include:

  • Sudden numbness or weakness (especially on one side of the body)
  • Confusion or trouble speaking or understanding speech
  • Vision impairment in one or both eyes
  • Difficulties with walking
  • Dizziness or loss of balance or coordination
  • Severe headache with no known cause.

2.HEAD INJURY

A severe head injury can cause brain damage. The brain's surface can tear or bruise as it bumps against the skull, damaging blood vessels and nerves. The most severe types of head injury can cause an extensive functional limitation such a paralysis, and severely limited mental functioning. Brain injury can happen when a sudden, violent blow or jolt to the head results in damage to the brain. It is a major cause of disability and death.
As the brain collides with the inside of the skull, there may be bruising of the brain, tearing of nerve fibers and bleeding. If the skull fractures, a broken piece of the skull may penetrate the brain tissue.

SYMPTOMS OF HEAD INJURY - 

  • a loss of consciousness
  • convulsions or seizures
  • repeated vomiting
  • slurred speech
  • weakness or numbness in the arms, legs, hands, or feet
  • agitation
  • loss of coordination
  • dilated pupils
  • inability to wake up from sleep
  • severe headache

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3. SPINAL CORD

 The Spinal Cord coordinates the body’s movement and sensation. A spinal cord injury is damage to the spinal cord that results in a loss of function, such as mobility or feeling. The function of the Spinal cord is to carry message signals of movement from your brain to your body parts, return sensory signals from body parts to your brain and perform reflexive actions. If you've recently experienced a spinal cord injury, it might seem like every aspect of your life has been affected. You might feel the effects of your injury mentally, emotionally and socially.

Spinal cord injuries of any kind may result in one or more of the following signs and symptoms - 

  • Loss of movement
  • Loss or altered sensation, including the ability to feel heat, cold and touch
  • Loss of bowel or bladder control
  • Exaggerated reflex activities or spasms
  • Changes in sexual function, sexual sensitivity, and fertility
  • Pain or an intense stinging sensation caused by damage to the nerve fibers in your spinal cord
  • Difficulty breathing, coughing or clearing secretions from your lungs.

COMMON  CAUSES OF SPINAL CORD INJURY - 

  • Motor vehicle accidents. Auto and motorcycle accidents are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries, accounting for almost half of the new spinal cord injuries each year.
  • Falls. A spinal cord injury after age 65 is most often caused by a fall. Overall, falls cause more than 15 percent of spinal cord injuries.
  • Acts of violence. Around 12 percent of spinal cord injuries result from violent encounters, often involving gunshot and knife wounds.
  • Sports and recreation injuries. Athletic activities, such as impact sports and diving in shallow water, cause about 10 percent of spinal cord injuries.
  • Alcohol. Alcohol use is a factor in about 1 out of every 4 spinal cord injuries.
  • Diseases. Cancer, arthritis, osteoporosis, and inflammation of the spinal cord also can cause spinal cord injuries.

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4. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a nervous system disease that affects your brain and spinal cord. It damages the myelin sheath, the material that surrounds and protects your nerve cells, which can result in the messages coming to and from the brain. This can result in Stroke. The immune system attacks the protective sheath that covers nerve fibers and causes communication problems between your brain and the rest of your body. Eventually, the disease can cause permanent damage to the nerves.

There's no cure for multiple sclerosis. However, treatments can help speed recovery from attacks, modify the course of the disease and manage symptoms.

SYMPTOMS - 

Multiple sclerosis signs and symptoms may differ greatly from person to person and over the course of the disease depending on the location of affected nerve fibers. Symptoms often affect movement, such as:

  • Slurred speech
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Tingling or pain in parts of your body
  • Problems with sexual, bowel and bladder function

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 SYMPTOMS OF BRAIN STROKES - 

 

1.Muscular: difficulty walking, instability, paralysis with weak muscles, problems with coordination, stiff muscles, overactive reflexes, or paralysis of one side of the body
2.Visual: blurred vision, double vision, sudden vision loss, or temporary loss of vision in one eye
3.Whole body: fatigue, light-headedness, or vertigo
4.Speech: difficulty speaking, slurred speech, or speech loss
6.5.Sensory: pins and needles or reduced sensation of touch
7.Facial: muscle weakness or numbness
8.Limbs: numbness or weakness
9.Also common: difficulty swallowing, headache, inability to understand, mental confusion, or rapid involuntary eye movement
 
NEUROPLASTICITY -  It refers to the process of reorganizing the neurons in the brain. it helps the brain to develop properly.
when the part if the body is damaged then the brain makes further alternative paths to control that part.

During 6 months of the brain stroke, the body starts working slowly and improvement can be seen in the body of the patient. But after 6 months, recovery of paralysis becomes more difficult and neuroplasticity stops.

So, proper recovery can be done by repeating the cure and treatment of paralysis. Treatment of paralysis includes medicines and regular exercise. Neuroplasticity may vary from patient to patient

 
The nutrition required to recover from paralysis - 
 
1. PROTEIN. Protein is a much-needed element as it works as a building block in the body tissue. Chicken, egg, and fish are some of the food items which have a high amount of protein. Patients with fish diet recover fast then other patients, it is recommended that a patient should eat fish twice a week.

2. VITAMIN D: Vitamin D which is highly produced in Mushroom is also advised to patients.

3. VITAMIN B12: Another vitamin that is essential for paralysis patients is Vitamin B12 which can be found in many food items and can also be injected in the patient.

 

How to improve the functioning of the brain?

1. Provide proper nutrition
2. Improve Neuroplasticity
3. The repetition of exercise is restored in the brain.

WALKING: Patients are also advised for walking and it is the best exercise for paralysis patients. Daily changes in the movements of the patients help incomplete recovery.

HAND EXERCISES: Hand exercises like extension and stretching helps in the movement of hands.

WRITING: Writing can also help in hand movement as the movement in the muscles of fingers helps to increase the blood circulation and movement of hands and arms.

Regular physical activities and domestic works are too performed by the patients. It will help them to recover easily.

 
Sai Sanjivani Ayurvedic treatment for paralysis, a patient will find improvement in paralytic condition. Ayurvedic medicines work directly on the root cause of Stroke. It works on the nervous tissue to stimulate it to develop an alternate route for the electrical signals. Patients can see great results in paralytic limb, improvement in speech, improvement in grip.

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Causes of Paralysis

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Causes Of Paralysis

Paralysis is the loss or impairment of voluntary muscular power. Paralysis is a loss of muscle function in the part of your body that may be accompanied by sensory loss, also referred as loss of feeling. The most serious forms of paralysis are Diplegia and hemiplegia. Diplegia refers to paralysis affecting symmetrical parts of the body, usually affecting either the arms or the legs, whereas Hemiplegia is a form of paralysis that affects just one side of the body.

Paralysis can occur in local or generalized forms, or it may follow a certain pattern. Most of the time paralysis is caused by nervous-system damage. Other most common causes of Paralysis are as follows:

  1. Stroke

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is suddenly blocked or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts. Like all other organs, the brain needs a constant supply of blood that contains oxygen and nutrients to function properly. If the blood supply is restricted or stopped, brain cells will begin to die, which can lead to brain damage that often results in paralysis.

  1. Head Injury

A severe head injury can cause brain damage. The brain’s surface can tear or bruise as it bumps against the skull, damaging blood vessels and nerves. The most severe types of head injury can cause extensive functional limitations such a paralysis, and severely limited mental functioning.

  1. Spinal Cord

The Spinal Cord coordinates the body’s movement and sensation. A spinal cord injury is a damage to the spinal cord that results in a loss of function, such as mobility or feeling. The function of the Spinal cord is to carry message signals of movement from your brain to your body parts, returns sensory signals from body parts to your brain and performs reflexive actions.

  1. Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a nervous system disease that affects your brain and spinal cord. It damages the myelin sheath, the material that surrounds and protects your nerve cells, which can result in the messages coming to and from the brain. This can result in Stroke.

The Ayurvedic approach to illness is holistic and therefore after Sai Sanjivani Ayurvedic treatment for paralysis, a patient will find improvement in paralytic condition. Ayurvedic medicines work directly on the root cause of Stroke. It works on the nervous tissue to stimulate it to develop an alternate route for conductance of electrical signals. Patients can see great results in paralytic limb, improvement in speech, improvement in grip and gait.

Sai Sanjivani provides the best ayurvedic paralysis treatment and they never suggest patients stop allopathic treatment for high blood pressure, sugar, cholesterol for any other ailment. More than 70% of patients show improvement in paralytic condition.

If you are looking for Paralysis treatment, the author of the article recommends Sai Sanjivani.

Things You Should Know About Paralysis Treatment

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Summary: If you want to take Paralysis treatment, then this article may help you further.

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Paralysis could be one of the most horrific conditions that a human body can be affected with. A paralyzed person loses the capacity of voluntary movement in some or all part of the body. The most difficult part of paralysis is when the person has to become totally dependent on someone else to finish most of the routine tasks.

The loss of voluntary muscle is mostly accompanied by numbness or loss of sensation in the affected part. Diplegia and hemiplegia are two of the most serious forms of paralysis. Diplegia refers often only affects both arms or both legs, it can extend to both sides of the face as well. Hemiplegia is often characterized by a loss of strength and mobility on one side of the body.

Paralysis is always caused due to impairment of the central nervous system, i.e the brain, spinal cord or due to impairment of the peripheral nervous system. The most common causes of paralysis are as follows:

  1. Stroke

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is suddenly blocked or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts.

 

  1. Spinal Cord Injury

When the spinal cord is damaged because of the neck or spine injury, the brain cannot transmit signals to the muscles resulting in Paralysis.

 

  1. Multiple sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic and often disabling disease of the central nervous system. This can result in paralysis.

 

  1. Head Injury

When a part of the brain that controls specific muscles is damaged because of head injury, paralysis occurs.

The signs and symptoms of paralysis will depend upon what caused the paralysis as well as what parts of the body are affected. Loss of movement and feeling can be sudden and immediate, such as with trauma or stroke, or it can begin with muscle weakness and gradually progress. The common symptoms of paralysis are as follows:

  • The person cannot feel when something touches him/her or even when someone else touches him/her.
  • The person cannot feel heat or cold. Numbness to weather is common.
  • The person also does not feel pain in the affected part.
  • An impairment of vision is also seen.

 

In spite of the various treatments available, Ayurveda has proved or stands to be one of the most effective treatments for the best possible recovery in Paralysis condition. Ayurvedic medicines work on the root cause of paralysis; it works directly on the nervous tissue to stimulate it to develop an alternate route for conductance of electrical signals. Ayurvedic treatment for Paralysis helps to cope up effectively and stops from occurring again. The treatment works only on your nervous tissue, it helps the body to develop an alternate route for electrical conductance to the limb.

 

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If you are looking for treatment of Paralysis, the author of the article recommends Sai Sanjivani.