Parijatak offers the Best Paralysis Treatment in India
Paralysis is a condition wherein one or more parts of the body stop working because of the weakening on the muscles in that area. It is because something goes wrong inside the body and there a disruption between the way the message is passed between the muscles and brain occurs. There are 4 categories of paralysis, depending on the area it affects including:
- Hemiplegia – Paralysis in one leg and one arm on the same side of the body.
- Monoplegia – Paralysis in only one arm or one leg.
- Quadriplegia – Paralysis in both the legs and both the arms.
- Paraplegia – Paralysis in both the legs.
Ayurvedic Treatment for Paralysis
As per the ayurveda, paralysis can be treated completely with certainly herbal medications and lifestyle changes. However, one needs to be very patient as ayurvedic remedies take time to show results. Also, one has to be particular about following the treatment throughout in every stage of paralysis without a fail for effective results.
Some of the commonly recommended ways to treat paralysis through ayurvedic approach are:
The oils extracted from the natural herbs are warmed up to massage the paralysed parts of the body. The oils which are mentioned in the ayurvedic books as a part of various treatments are actually really helpful in maintaining and restoring good physical and mental health of the individuals. Especially in case of paralysis, regular massage using the oils is really helpful in relaxing the muscles. Some of the recommended ayurvedic massages include padabhyanga, abhyanga and pizhichil.
Vata Pacifying Diet
If you have paralysis in any part of your body then those muscles can easily stress out the muscles in your stomach too. Thus, it is recommended that you eat light meals which can be easily digested. Also, always prefer warm options over the cold ones. Include more vegetables like okra, asparagus, carrots and beets in your regular diet and avoid the consumption of millet, barley and rye as much as possible. It is also recommended to avoid foods that have pungent and bitter flavours and instead go for those which taste sweet, salty or sour so that the balance in body’s vata is maintained.
Lifestyle changes, when clubbed with the ayurvedic medications have much more affect in treating the paralysis than implementing the lifestyle changes alone. Some of the commonly used Ayurvedic medicine for paralysis attack in any part of the body includes pippali mula, ashwagandha churna, rasaraja, brihat vatachintamani rasa, vatavidhwamsana rasa, medicated castor oil, chopcheeni churna and rasnadi quath. While most of these recommended medications are consumed orally, some might be required to be taken through an enema as part of sneha vasti and others via the nostrils as part of nasyam Ayurvedic treatments.
It is also recommended to drink a blend of honey, black pepper powder and sunti along with 20-40 ml of radish oil regular, two times in a day.
Parijatak is a wellness center that offers the most effective course of ayurvedic treatment for paralysis through various herbal formulations and Ayurvedic procedures.