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Paralysis is the loss of muscle movements and coordination in some parts of the body. The individual is unable to move his body as he wishes and needs the help of someone else. The loss of movement ability occur in hand muscles, leg muscles, facial muscles etc leading to paralysis in that particular region.
Paralysis or palsy means loss of muscular power due to some problem in the Nervous System. Various technical names are given to various forms of the disease. Hemiplegia is applied to paralysis affecting one part of the face along with the corresponding arm and leg. Diplegia means total paralysis. Monoplegia is the paralysis of single limb
Symptoms of Paralysis
Causes of Paralysis
Ayurvedic Treatments for Paralysis
Ayurveda terms paralysis as pakshavada, a disorder caused by the vitiation of vata dosha. Ayurvedic treatments for paralysis will aim to rectify the vitiated vata dosha. In the ayurveda system of medicine vata is responsible for the proper coordination of all voluntary movements in the human body. A constraint in the proper movement of vata can cause paralysis in a person.
Internal medicines will be given in addition to purification therapies like vasti, abhyangam, kizhi, siro dhara, thalam, njavara kizhi etc. to bring the patient back to normalcy after the removal of toxins. Purification process will be undertaken only after a complete diagnosis of the patient: the condition of patient, duration of disease and whether actual cause of the disease is hemorrhage, emboli or ischemia. Specific exercises will be helpful in some patients. Yoga and meditation is found to be very effective and is also part of the ayurveda treatment for paralysis.
Ayurvedic Remedies for Paralysis
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