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Home Remedies for Neuritis

Posted on March 24, 2011 in General Remedies

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Inflammation of the or perhaps swelling of single nerve, even nerves is known as neuritis. If lots of the nerves are affected then it is poly-neuritis. Neuritis is caused because of the toxins getting into our body system on account of bad lifestyles as well as eating habits. One experiences burning sensation on area that is affected as well as pain. Home remedies for Neuritis could give relief from the problem but if the problem is severe then it is better to contact medical practitioner for further investigation and medication.

Home Remedies for Neuritis
Below are some of the effective Natural remedies for
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  • Vitamin B is very good. A combination of B, B12, B2 with panthothenic acid is very good in curing neuritis. It will cure neuritis and also nourish one’s nervous system
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  • Spinach and raw carrots also help in the treatment of neuritis. One can take a combination of spinach raw juice as well as raw carrot
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  • Soya bean milk is also a very good home remedy for neuritis. Mix 1 cup of the milk with 1 teaspoonful of honey and take it daily at night
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  • One can have barely brew. Boil about 1/4 cup of pearled barley rain in about 1/2 cup of water. Heat it on gas till it becomes about 1/4th. Strain it carefully. Before taking it, mix it in buttermilk half glass and juice of 1/2 lime
  • One must not take White wheat bread, refined cereals, sugar. These worsen the neuritis
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  • One can also make use of orange flowers. The distilled water from orange flowers is good for nervous system and is also very refreshing
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  • One must also avoid taking fish, coffee, tea, tinned foods as well as condiments in order to prevent further deterioration of neuritis
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  • One can have Epsom salt bath. 2 to 3 hot baths of these salts on a weekly basis is very good
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  • Moderate exercise and light walking is also very good
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  • Take soya beans and soak it in water for about 12 hours and then peel them off. Crush these beans till they turn into paste. Add some water, after boiling it strain it
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  • One can make use of Ayurvedic herbs such as Mandookparni, Brahmi, Ashwagandha which are beneficial for neuritis treatment
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  • Ayurvedic therapies such as Panchkarma are also beneficial for treating neuritis. Such therapies help in the rejuvenation one’s nervous system and keeps the hormones balance. One also can suffer from paralysis, numbness as well as loss of sensations
  • One must increase one’s intake of Vitamin D
  • Yoghurt, wheat bread, whole grain and sprouts are very good for curing neuritis
  • One must avoid taking alcohol and smoking

Neuritis can be treated with help of Home remedies for Neuritis.

 

 

Neuritis home remedy

Neuritis refers to an inflammation of the nerves, be it a single nerve or a series of nerves. At times, several different groups of nerves in various part of the body may be involved. This condition is known as polyneuritis.

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Neuritis Causes

Neuritis Symptoms, Causes, Remedy and Diet

Presence of toxins due to faulty living habits and nutrition

The chief cause of neuritis is the presence of toxins in the and other body fluids. This could be the result of a faulty diet, wrong habits of living, overwork, nutritional deficiencies, and metabolic disturbances.

Injury or pressure over a nerve trunk

Other causes include a blow or a penetrating injury; a bad bruise or heavy pressure over a nerve trunk dislocation and fractures of the bones; certain infections; diabetes mellitus; and poisoning with insecticides, mercury, lead, arsenic and alcohol.

 

Neuritis Home remedies

Neuritis home remedies and natural cures, Questions and answers

Neuritis treatment using Soya Bean Milk

The most important among the home remedies in tile treatment of neuritis is soya bean milk. A cup of this milk, mixed with a teaspoon of honey, should be taken every night. It tones up the nervous system due to its rich concentration of lecithin, vitamin B and glutamic acid. Soya bean milk is prepared by soaking the beans in water for about twelve hours. The skin of the beans is then removed and after a thorough wash, they are turned into a fine paste in a grinding machine. The paste is mixed with water, three times its quantity. The milk is then boiled on a slow fire, and stirred frequently. After it becomes a little cooler, it should be strained through a cheesecloth and sugar added to it.

Neuritis treatment using Barley Brew

Barley brew is another effective remedy fur neuritis. It is prepared by boiling quarter of a cup of pearled barley rain in half a cup of water. Then the water has boiled down to about one-quarter, it should be strained carefully. For better results, It should be mixed with half a glass of buttermilk and the' juice of half a lime.

Neuritis treatment using Carrot and Spinach

Raw carrots and spinach have proved valuable in neuritis as both these vegetables are rich in elements, the deficiency of which leads to this disease. The quickest and most effective way in which the body can obtain and assimilate these dements is by drinking at least half a litre of the combined raw juices of carrot and spinach - 300 ml of carrot juice and 200 ml of spinach juice - daily.

Neuritis treatment using Orange Flowers

The use of orange flowers has also been found useful in neuritis. The water distilled from these flowers is a stimulating and refreshing drink, and should be taken regularly by the patient. The finest quality is one distilled from the petals of the bitter orange. Eating fresh orange flowers with honey is also 1m effective tonic for the nerves and valuable in treating neuritis, and about ten grams should be eaten daily.

Neuritis treatment using Vitamin B

All vitamins of the B group are valuable ill neuritis. A combination of vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, and pantothenic acid have proved to be of immense help in this disease; in fad, extreme pain, weakness, and numbness, in some cases, have been relieved within an hour.

 

Neuritis Diet

Neuritis : Home Remedies suggested by users

Optimum nutrition with all vitamins

The best treatment for neuritis is optimum nutrition, well assimilated with all the vitamins and other nutrients. The emphasis should be on whole grains, particularly whole wheat, brown rice, raw and sprouted seeds, milk, yoghurt, and home-made cottage cheese.

Fruit juice diet in acute cases

In severe cases the patient should be put on a short juice fast for four or five days before being given the optimum diet Carrots, beet, citrus fruits, apples, and pineapples may be used for juices.

Avoid white bread, sugar, refined cereals etc.

The patient should avoid white bread, sugar, refined cereals, meat, fish, tinned foods, tea, coffee, and condiments.

 

Other Neuritis Treatment

Epson salt baths

The patient should be given two or three hot baths with Epson salts weekly. He should remain in the bath for twenty-five to thirty minutes. The affected parts should also be bathed several times daily in hot water containing Epsom salts - a tablespoon of salt to a cup of hot water.

Light exercise

Walking and other moderate exercises are also beneficial in the treatment of neuritis.

 

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3 Neuritis remedies suggested by our users

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neuritis

suggested by [unspecified] on Thursday, May 29, 2008

One of the best treatments for neuritis is Yoga including deep breathing exercises. And these, of course, should be done under expert guidance.

Neuritis

suggested by Betty on Sunday, December 16, 2007

I have Neuritis at the present time. Have had it about 10 days and have found if I take a hot shower 2 times a day, have massage with Jurak Classic Whole Body Tonic and Helena whole body lotion, then use a vibrator on the affected areas. I have immediate results. Each day the affected areas are getting smaller. 

Neurities treatment

suggested by [unspecified] on Thursday, August 31, 2006

My boyfriend has neuritis and it triggers at least once a month. Everytime he has that sickness, he makes it a point to drink coconut juice. He swears by it and after hours of semi-paralysis, he would be able to move normally with just glasses of coconut juice.

 

 

 

 

 

What is Neuritis?

Neuritis is a condition of the nervous system and is characterized by an inflamed nerve or group of nerves. There are two types of neuritis, optic neuritis and peripheral neuritis.

Types of Neuritis

Optic Neuritis is also known as retrobulbar neuritis. It occurs when the optic nerve at the back of the eye becomes inflamed. The optic nerve consists of fibers that transfer visual information from the nerve cells in the retina to the nerve cells in the brain. If these fibers become inflamed, visual signaling to the brain may be disturbed. 

Pain is often felt when trying to move the eye and distinguishing colors with the affected may also be difficult for the individual suffering from optic neuritis. It is often a sign of an underlying disease or illness such as multiple sclerosis. If left untreated, optic neuritis can lead to permanent damage and loss of vision.
Peripheral neuritis is also known as peripheral neuropathy and occurs as a result of damage to the nerves of the peripheral nervous system. The nervous system is divided into two categories, the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system comprises the brain and spinal cord while the peripheral nervous system refers to all the other nerves in your body – sensory nerves, motor nerves and automatic nerves.

This condition is also a sign of several underlying diseases such as diabetes, pressure or trauma to the nerve, vitamin deficiencies, alcoholism or autoimmune and hereditary disorders. Numbness, tingling in the hands and feet, burning pain and lack of coordination are some of the symptoms of peripheral neuritis.

 

Dignosing Neuritis

The diagnosis of neuritis is based on a thorough physical examination as well as medical history. Your doctor would most likely refer you to a neurologist. Certain tests such as various blood tests, x-rays, EMG, nerve conduction tests or nerve biopsy may be performed to determine the cause of neuropathy. 

Symptoms of Neuritis

The most common symptoms of neuritis include:

  • Tingling, burning, pins and needles sensations and stabbing pains in the affected nerves
  • Tremors and numbness
  • Wasting away of muscles
  • Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Feeling of heaviness
  • Cramps
  • Imbalance in gait
  • Loss of sensation or paralysis in muscles

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What Causes Neuritis?

There are several causes of neuritis, and they include:

Help for Neuritis

In order to reduce permanent nerve damage, it is necessary to treat the underlying cause such as controlling diabetes or chronic renal failure. There are various treatment options that can help relieve the symptoms of neuritis and include medication, injection therapy, vitamin supplements, physical therapy and acupuncture. In some cases, surgery may be required to treat certain causes of neuritis such as carpal tunnel syndrome or radiculopathy.

Many of these prescribed medications may bring about unwanted side effects such as constipation, diarrhea, nausea, drowsiness, low blood pressure and weight gain. Often people have difficulty coping with this condition and support groups can help to deal with feelings of frustration and depression, as well as improve quality of life. 

More and more people are leaning towards a more natural and holistic approach to health. Natural treatments such as herbs and tissue salts are highly effective for relieving nerve inflammation and pain as well as to promote systemic balance in the brain, spinal cord and the entire nervous system. These treatments are safe and gentle on the body’s system, and also enhance the therapeutic effects of other remedies by promoting brain efficiency.

If used regularly, a combination of ingredients used found in tissue salts promotes nervous system health. Herbs such as Zanthoxylum clava herculisis (Toothache Tree) have antispasmodic properties and are highly effective in stimulating the circulatory system while Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) is widely used as a gentle anti-inflammatory and soothes muscular pain in the lower back. In addition, Harpagophytum procumbens (Devil's Claw) and Arctium lappa (Burdock) are excellent treatments for arthritis, lumbago, rheumatism and sciatica.

 

 

 

 

Neuritis

 

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Neuritis is a medical condition characterized by an inflamed nerve or an inflamed portion of the nervous system. There are two primary types of neuritis: optic neuritis and peripheral neuritis.

 

Optic neuritis, which is also referred to as retrobulbar neuritis, is generally caused by viral or bacterial infections. As its name implies, optic neuritis is an inflammation of the optic nerve. It can cause the individual to experience partial or complete loss of vision. This is usually either because the inflammation destroys the myelin sheath, which covers the optic nerve, or because the axons of the nerve are damaged from the swelling.

A person afflicted with optic neuritis often feels pain when attempting to move the eye. In addition, the person with optic neuritis often has difficulty identifying colors with the affected eye, though he or she may not realize it until covering the healthy eye.

 

Most patients with optic neuritis experience a return of normal vision after the infection causing the disorder has cleared up. However, it generally takes eight to ten weeks for this to occur. In some cases, optic neuritis leads to permanent damage and loss of vision. To reduce the chances of the damage being permanent, it is important for the person experiencing optic neuritis to receive prompt medical attention.

 

With peripheral neuritis, also referred to as peripheral neuropathy, damage occurs to a nerve within the peripheral nervous system. Like optic neuritis, this can be caused by disease or illness. On the other hand, bacteria or viruses typically do not cause these diseases. Instead, afflictions such as AIDS, diabetes, seizures, alcoholism, and nutritional deficiencies are common causes. A person may also experience peripheral neuritis from pressure placed on the nerve due to remaining in one position for too long.

 

Individuals with peripheral neuritis commonly experience tremors, numbness, and an imbalance in their gait. The sufferer might also feel tiredness, weakness, cramps, or a general feeling of heaviness. In addition, he or she may feel itching, tingling, and pain. In some cases, the pain can become so severe that the patient needs to use potent drugs to mask it.

 

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I'm so sorry to hear of this awful pain that I have just read about. I am just beginning to get nerve pain. The doctors just say it's neural pain which is not really helpful.

 

I will be looking further into holistic treatments such as shiatsu, comfrey, flower essences and body psychotherapy. I particularly feel for the person who mentioned abuse and I know that this is common. Our symptoms can be a guide and gateway to healing. I recommend trusting the body. It has its own wisdom. Good luck to all. --J

- anon98354

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Maybe I can be of some help. I too, awoke one morning with left leg and hip numb to the toes. Then came the burning. I had my total thyroid checked and am taking synthroid for hypothyroidism and neurontin for the pain in my leg. I may have MS but am denying it.

I also can recommend Elaine Delack and prokarin (a compound drug for MS) Oranges are good for the neuritis as well.

Most people would do themselves some good by purchasing a book called "Back to Eden." Tons and tons of great advice to heal the body naturally.

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to anon29961: My pain in mouth also began as yours as Burning Mouth Syndrome. I don't want to depress you, but two years later, it developed into a form of neuralgia or so I think, as I was referred to a neurologist, who put me on Lyrica several months ago, which hasn't helped.

I have had the mouth pain now approximately one year, with no pain relief in sight. I'm not saying yours will be the same, in fact, I pray to God that it won't be. Amen.

- anon78058

 

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Well, as irritating as this is, I feel better that I'm not alone. I started with right foot numb and tingling about three years ago, then left foot. Now my arms first right, and now left hurting, not so much tingling.

I'm not sure if they're related, but I just can't sleep at night. I find yoga helps during the day, but I wake up each night with my body tingling or cramping.

My doctor just said, well things like that happen to lots of people, some people wake up almost paralyzed but it gradually goes away.

Anyhow, I'm headed to the physiotherapist today to see if he can offer suggestions.

- symbios2

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To those of you who have itching and burning all over and your docs can't find anything. Have the doc get you a detailed liver check. A malfunctioning liver can release enzymes into your blood and cause all kinds of discomfort.

- anon76839

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This is going to be very long.

I'm a 29 year old woman who woke up after a hysterectomy never the same! In March 2008 this began immediately after the operation.

I had extreme pain in my legs and my feet burned and turned purple especially when standing. I found out I had multiple (15) herniations, one broke from neck to spine that was a result of child abuse 22 years prior but never affected me until surgery. Now I'm disabled and can barely do much at all. I worked the day before as a prison guard as i had done for nine years. I was very healthy.

I have been transferred from doctor to doctor with multiple diagnosis ( CRSD, Raynaud's, neuritis, arthritis, carpal tunnel) probably more that I have forgotten. It's hard to believe all this, considering I could run two miles with no problem prior to waking up from surgery. I was so healthy.

Doctors are "impressed that I'm not paralyzed" and I've seen 17 different doctors in the last two years, traveling up to eight hours to see some of them with no help and no answers.

I'm on 450mg lyrica for neuropathy, 60mg of cymbalta for neuropathy and hydrocodone for pain. All of this helps maybe 20 percent of my pain and burning. I have numbness in my legs, extreme hand pains and my back is horrible, including a divot sinkage in my thoracic area that happened out of nowhere last year.

I know in my heart that something else is causing all these pains and problems and keep getting tossed from doctor to doctor to doctor, with no help.

Someone, lead me to a doctor who can help or something, please!

- plzhelpme

 

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I have lots of medical problems. I have Gardners syndrome. (and no, i don't have plants growing out of my head! ) I have an ileostomy and abdominal tumors. Apart from that, i have problems with my hands and feet burning all the time! My arms and legs get very, very painful. I sometimes get numbness in my limbs, too. And now, to top it all off, my gums tingle and pain me 24/7! When i eat anything, my mouth feels like it's on fire! Please, somebody help. I know i can feel all this. But, sometimes, i feel like i'm going mad. My name is Tuz.

- anon48294

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I've searching web for help with Tarsal Tunnel, which I've just had an op for, and found this site. started with tingling in left foot, then numbness, some slight tremors at night, bad twitching almost like an electric shoock, itching, sores on round my nose and mouth, unable to get to sleep, bad mouth ulcers, droping things, unsteady, lost my balance many times, feeling very tired all the time, unwell but not ill, swollen painful ankles eventually went to see neurologist, he said could be my swollen ankle had compressed my nerves in my foot, so he would try to free them, after op he said that my nerves were a mess, and he had tried to sort them out, this means 8 weeks off work, but could take upto a year to fully recover, after reading some of the posts I feel for them, seems we are alone sometimes, with our plea for help unheard.

- anon39370

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Chiropratics can also help with Neuritis- Look it up on the web... Third Cervical Vertebrae

Areas of the body it affects:

Face, outer ear, teeth, trifacial (fifth cranial) nerve

Symptoms to watch for:

Neuralgia, acne/pimples, eczema, neuritis

- anon35058

 

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A year ago, I had my 20 teeth veneered and crowned. Thereafter, I felt the unbearable pain but my dentist said it's a common reaction so I took several types of pain relievers until 2 months time. I feel it's never going away and I became dependent on painkillers. Since we can't opt for RCT for all my teeth/gums appeared in pain, my dentist suggested to see a Neurologist. I was prescribed Lyrica and continued with it for more than 7 months. 4 months after discontinue, here I am again, in terrible pain. Is my Neuritis possibly caused by my dentist's negligence in fixing my veneers and crowns? Pls help! - eDzBoN

- anon31946

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Yes, I have the mouth burning, tingling, no taste in mouth now for 2 months. I have been to 4 doctors. It drives me up the wall. I wish this would go away. I have been treated for thrush and now my ear, nose and throat dr. says it is neuritis. Is there a cure or treatment for this? I have taken valtrex.

- anon29961

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to anon1640: you can try some medication containing "pegalin" after consulting your doctor.

- anon29156

 

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My doctor gave me Lyrica for a burning in my feet. I don't have anymore problems with the tingling and hurting but still need to get to a neurologist to find out if we can identify the cause. I hope this helps.

- anon28662

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Several years ago a doctor advised me to take calcium which I have done and it has always helped. It usually takes a few days, 4 to 5 to get it under control.

- anon27908

 

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I have the same problems as posted by anon1640. Burning, itching, tingling and also prickling all over my body. No one has been able to help with these problems. It is very hard to go to sleep at night because when you lay still the symptoms seem to be magnified. Please if anyone can let me know what to do for this I would be so grateful. Some days I just want to scream.

- Anne98

 

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Does anyone suffer from Neuritis in their mouth, mostly the gums?

This started out nearly 2 years ago as Burning Mouth Syndrome, but has increasingly become worse, dentist, doctor and hospital professor cannot find anything to relieve it. It is getting beyond unbearable now.

- Maure

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Can someone please tell me an effective treatment for the burning, tingling, itching, uncomfortable-to-the-point-I-could-scream nerve pain that I have over every inch of my skin? I'm begging...

- anon1640

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nerve Remedies (arms, legs, hands falling asleep)

Updated: 04/22/2011

 

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MAGNESIUM OIL, CHLOROPHYLL

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BETTER BUT NOT CURED

 

 

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  10/20/2010: Karen from Idaho, Usa writes: "14 years ago I suffered a terrible head/neck/shoulder/brachial plexus injury from a head-on car accident. After many years of surgeries, years of prescription meds, therapy etc. my right arm remains nearly 70% paralyzed and I battle pain and spasms everywhere from the neck down continually. Sometimes I can barely walk. One particular remnant of my injuries is that for all these years since my injury my fingers have not wrinkled in water as they used to prior to the accident. My doctor said it is because of the nerve damage. He said that is how they can tell sometimes if a person has a nerve problem, they soak their hands in water. With all my other aches, pains and spasms this however was the least of my problems, and didn't affect my life, just an observation of the change.

Three years ago I met a person who changed my life. He was a walking miracle (another story) and he inspired me to seek a life change through nutrition and natural remedies. In the course of my trying many things I came across an article on the benefits of Magnesium and so bought me a bottle and started taking them daily. I also bought a bottle of concentrated chloropyll and put several drops in my juice daily. If I can remember right, it was about 2 weeks later that I was taking a shower and noticed my fingers felt funny. I looked at them and saw something I hadn't seen in years... Wrinkled skin! This was a clear sign to me that my nerves had improved after all those years. But, as we sometimes do, I got side-tracked with life the past year and got away from my healthy regime and my symptoms all worsened and again my fingers stopped wrinkling.

About three weeks ago I returned to using magnesium and eating healthy and today my fingers started wrinkling again in water! I am now going to up my magnesium intake and start using the Magnesium Oil to see if I can make further improvements. This tells me it's helping my nerves... I'm hoping the Magnesium Oil will help my spasms and pain. I still have the partial paralysis but I hold out hope that I'm very close to finding the solution or combination of solutions. Although this is my first post, I have been browsing this site almost night and day since I found it and have shared it with all my friends."

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10/21/2010: Gina from Waxahachie, Texas replies: "Hi there- I have a friend who is partially paralyzed due to a scuba accident about 12 years ago. Do you think your regime would work for him? His damage is in the lower spinal column and affects everything below the waist. Thanks! Gina"

 


REMEDIES NEEDED

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QUESTIONS

 

 

08/31/2010: Donna from Austin, Tx writes: "I had dental surgery for implants and have nerve damage. The lower left side of my jaw and lip never woke up. Yes, it's still that numb feeling after dental work, but appears to be permanent. I've been taking megadoses of Vit. C powders in water, plus a multi-B. It's been 3 months now and the numb area seems to be getting smaller in size, burns, tingles, stings... Any ideas on remedies for this particular type of nerve damage?"

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09/01/2010: Brenda from San Antonio, Tx replies: "I find that alpha lipoic acid 300 mgs. 2 x a day 120 cps will usually clear up pain, tingling. Etc. It is not a cure, you must keep taking it to get relief."

09/06/2010: Jordan's Mom from Lansing, Mi, Usa replies: "Here is a copy of another recent post: 09/03/2010: Abid from Rawalpindi, Pakistan writes: "There are two well known homeopathic remedies for nerve damage. Just dont worry and try these remedies. Take Hypricum 30( three drops in a spoon of water three times a day) and Arnica 200 (two drops in spoon of water twice daily)After about 15 days switch on to Arnica 30( 3 drops in spoon of water thrice daily. Remain in contact for further guidence/update on my email address. Aaz_pk2004@yahoo.com"

Hope this helps."

 

[QUESTION]  06/05/2009: Sandra from Walnut Cove, North Carolina USA writes: "Nerve Damage: I have had many major spine surgerys. I have rods, plates and cages from my neck to my tail bone. I have nerve damage from where they waited so long to repair the disc in mylower back. I now have an implanted pain pump just to keep the use of my legs. No drugs will help the pain. I hurt every minute of day. If there is anyone that is going through what I am or having problems like mine please let me know.. I am looking for a doctor that can repair damage nerves. I will go to the end of the earth to find a good doctor. If anyone can give me some information please let me know. I am hanging in! I say a prayer for all the ones that are going through back pain. The cramps and numbness and pain is just the start. Don't try the injection and the burning of the nerves or steriod injection. It just prolong having surgery and then you could end up with nerve damage in both legs like me. Sandra wavedreamer1@aol.com"

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09/03/2010: Abid from Rawalpindi, Pakistan replies: "There are two well known homeopathic remedies for nerve damage. Just dont worry and try these remedies. Take Hypricum 30( three drops in a spoon of water three times a day) and Arnica 200 (two drops in spoon of water twice daily)After about 15 days switch on to Arnica 30( 3 drops in spoon of water thrice daily. Remain in contact for further guidence/update on my email address. Aaz_pk2004@yahoo.com"

04/22/2011: Safari from Chatou, Paris/france replies: "Afrom the homeopathy, try some DMSO, it has done me and others good"

 

06/02/2009: Reggie from Oakland, California writes: "SEVERE NERVE PAIN

ABOUT A YEAR AGO I WAS WASHING A BLENDER AFTER MAKING A CREATINE DRINK AND WHILE ON A DOWNWARD STROKE WITH A SPONGE/BRILLO PAD, I POKED MYSELF WITH THE BLENDER BLADE ON MY RIGHT MIDDLE FINGER RIGHT BELOW THE FINGERNAIL BUT PAST THE CUTICLE. IT LEFT ME WITH SLIGHT NUMBNESS AND ITCHING AND PAIN..IT REALLY BOTHERED ME BUT I TRIED TO IGNORE IT. STAYED THAT WAY FOR 3-4MO. THEN STARTED SPREADING TO MY OTHER FINGERS ON MY RT HAND THEN THROUGH MY HAND(ONLY ON THE BACK OF MY HAND, BUT ON THE BACK AND SIDE OF MY FINGERS). ALL THE WAY UP TO THE END OF MY FOREARM, DIDN'T GO PAST MY ELBOW BUT THE PAIN IS TERRIBLE..IT FEELS LIKE THE SKIN IS PULLED OFF THE FLESH. I'M NOT EXAGGERATING, AND IT'S 24HRS A DAY ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 10 IT IS A 9 IN THE DAY 9-10 @ NIGHT. DOCTORS HAVE NO ANSWERS FOR ME THEY WROTE IT OFF AS REFLUX SYNDROME DYST.(RSD). I'M THINKING SOMETHING GOT IN MY BLOODSTREAM FROM THE BLADE WHICH INFLAMED THE NERVE. THEY HAVE ME TAKING OXYCOTTIN, METHADONE, AND LYRICA..NONE OF THEM WORK. I HAVE TO TAKE ALL THREE TO KEEP THE PAIN RIGHT BELOW UNBEARABLE. I WAS A VERY ATHLETIC PERSON SO IT IS MENTALLY KILLING ME AS WELL AS THE MEDS TO MY KIDNEYS I'M SURE. I RECENTLY HEARD OF LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY AND IT LOOKS LIKE IT WORKS BUT I DON'T HAVE 4-$5000 TO SPEND ON THE PROBE NEEDED. IF THERE IS ANY ONE OUT THERE THAT HAS BEEN THROUGH THIS OR KNOWS OF ANY THING THAT CAN HELP, PLEASE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I WILL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL. THANK YOU.

EMAIL; SHAFT00@LIVE.COM REGGIE GIBSON"

 

[QUESTION]  04/19/2009: Angie from Missouri writes: "I was wondering if ted or anyone else could help me with this. I have researched this online and cannot find very much information about. my husbands hands, arms and legs are going to sleep at night and it seems to be getting worse. could this be a nutritional problem, lack of a certain vitamin? If anyone knows what would help this problem, I would appreciate hearing about it. thanks."

Replies

04/20/2009: PR from Houston, Texas replies: "Hello, I had the same problems started reseaching and found out that vitamin B12 deficiency causes this. As long as I supplement with B12 I have no problem. If I forget to take the B12 I have problems again. Besure to use the kind that needs to stay under the tongue for a minute or so. How much depends on the person. Sometimes I take between 3,000 - 5,000 mcg a day. You will know when you get enough as the symtoms go away. I have found the amount for varies depending on stress and other things. Also B12 can help with energy levels. Good Luck as my experience the numbness and tingling can really hurt. There is also a homepathic product on the market that others have had good luck with. Can't mention name but has the word nerve in it if B12 doesn't work."

04/22/2009: Alex from Los Angeles, CA replies: "About the product. Does has the word "fix" in it? thank's"

07/29/2009: BellaAyla from Atlanta, GA replies: "On this B12 discussion, I understand it is super important to get sublingual METHYLCOBALAMIN B12 - it must be Methylcobalamin and you should take at least 1000mcg per day. Several people I know with nerve issues have used this successfully."
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