How to Cure Paralysis with the Help of Ayurveda

Paralysis is a disease in which the body loses muscle functions in the various part of the body. It can be limited to a small area or generalized, fractional or complete, and temporary or permanent. Paralysis can affect any part of the body at any time the life. If someone experiences it, he probably won't feel pain in the affected areas. It is caused due to several reasons like damage to the nervous system, trauma with nerve injury, stroke, cerebral palsy, peripheral neuropathy, poliomyelitis and many more.

Some major symptoms of paralysis are as follow:

Changes to circulation and respiration

  • Changes to muscles, joints, and bones
  • Muscle spasms
  • Blood clots in the lower limbs
  • Feelings of numbness or pain
  • Disruption of the normal working of the tissues, glands, and organs
  • Constipation
  • Loss of control of urination
  • Abnormal sweating
  • Abnormal breathing or heart rate
  • Difficulty speaking or swallowing

The treatment of paralysis is very costly if a person is opting for english medicines. Ayurveda is very cheap in comparison to allopath for its' treatment. In Ayurveda, Panchkarma is used to cure paralysis. Prana Vayu technique of Panchkarma is being used for curing paralysis. This method includes four therapies-

Abhyangam: It is an ayurvedic full body massage that relaxes the nerves and muscles of the body.

Padabhyanga: This therapy relaxes muscles and ligaments in the subordinate limbs.

Pizhichil: Pizhichil includes massage with warm oil that can stimulate the nerves and muscles.

Sneha Vasti: Paralysis is one of the Vata vyadhis as mentioned in the classical Ayurvedic texts, Sneha vasti is used to treat the Vata Dosha.

There are so many ayurvedic centres in the nation serving people regarding their problems. Aprasu Ayurveda is one of the renowned ayurvedic centres across the nation. It specialized in treating people from paralysis, weight issues, joints pain, and other diseases. The doctors are well experienced and specialist over here.