Have you ever had tingling sensations in your hands or legs followed by numbness, prickling or burning? These odd sensations are created due to Paraesthesia or Nerve Compressions and are widely ignored by people all over the world.
Paraesthesia may be caused by direct nerve irritation, damage in the nerve tissues, degeneration or various other metabolic changes. If ignored on a regular basis, there may be possibilities of peripheral entrapments. There are, however, a few simple remedies that will see you through this condition and help you recover.
Home Remedies For Paraesthesia
Food Rich In Vitamin
Vitamin is a very important nutrient for the body and is essentially important for optimal and effective adrenal and neural functions of the body. Foods rich in Vitamin B1, B12, are to be taken regularly so as to provide the body with a constant supply of vitamins as it prevents nerve irritations and degeneration.
Whole grain, enriched, milk, fortified products, bread, cereals, fish, poultry, meat are some of the very important sources of vitamin and must be added daily to the diet.
Mustard Oil Massage
Mustard oil is full of mono-unsaturated and poly-unsaturated fats like Omega 3 fatty acids which has has antifungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory functions.
Mustard oil is also rich in magnesium which is very essential for the healthy functioning of nerves and muscles. Massaging the body daily with hot mastard oil for thirty minutes will increase the blood circulation in the nerves and the muscles.
Cayenne Pepper And Olive Oil Massage
Cayenne Pepper is rich in capsaicin which is very benefitial for a number of reasons. It has many stimulating properties which accelerate the blood flow in the veins and muscles thus keeping them healthy and agile. Olive oil mixed with one tablespoon of cayenne pepper and massaging in the affected areas for ten minutes daily will keep the muscles fit and healthy.
One of the most healthy, powerful and natural antioxidant in the world is the ginger. Boil one cup of water with tea bags and put a few pieces of ginger into it and let the brew stew for about ten minutes.
Then let the mixture cool for some time and drink it regularly twice. The antioxidant properties of the ginger will rush blood through the veins and the muscles thus keeping them more agile and fit daily.
Lastly, proper and daily exercise for about 45 minutes to one hour, adequate and efficient stress management in your daily life and getting enough rest or sleep are some of the common choices of home remedies for chronic Paresthesia, not matter what may be the underlying conditions.
All in all, keeping the body fit and healthy with proper nutritious food habit and a healthy stress-free lifestyle will help see you off any undue sensation or disorder in the nerves and help you vitalize the body as also the mind. Hot oil massages on a regular interval also are very helpful in relieving any stress from the body and proper functioning of the nerves and the muscles.