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Severe headache and back pain from last 4 day. Sleeping problem my age is 32. Pls help me to guide even taken one Combiflam but no effect.
I am a 22-year-old female. I have had pain in the left side of the back of my neck for almost 2 years now, and this pain is usually accompanied by a dull headache towards the end of the day. On consulting a general physician, he said it might be something to do with the c1 to c7 nerves, but we did not get it scanned or anything. Now for the past 1 year, I have been having a stabbing sort of pain on the left (mostly and sometimes the right) side of my upper back (towards the end of my rib cage). Initially, it had been rare but for the past 2 months, it is more frequent (mostly everyday). I don't know what this is. When I wake up in the morning, it is a dull ache but as the day progresses, the pain increases till it reaches an intensity of a stabbing sort of pain. Taking a deep breath also makes my back hurt a lot. What could this be? What must I do for this?
I am having pain in my neck from last 3-4 days. I am taking massage but it is not relieving. I am not getting rid of it in any position of sitting and sleeping. I can move my neck properly in any direction. There is no pain during the movement. I thought the pain occurred due to the pillow or sleeping in wrong position so I am not using any pillow during night .but this is not working. Can you please tell me the cause of pain?
I am 38 years old, I had backache, neck pain and stiffness for several years. But recently started getting pain in my abdominal area below my ribbs and my uric acid levels are high. I also have GERD or hiatus hernia. I want to know are these symptoms correlate.
In medical terms, Osteoarthritis is referred to a disease of the joints. It mostly affects the cartilage or the slippery tissue, which helps to cover the ends of bones in a joint. Proper cartilage helps in gliding of the bones one over the other. In osteoarthritis, the cartilage’s top layer gets damaged or breaks down. This leads to rubbing of the bones and swelling, pain or loss of motion. As time passes by, the joint may lose its shape. There is also a possibility of developing bone spurs from the edges of the joint. This causes pain and damage.
Hi, My age is 24 years old. In last month my father was suffering from brain stoke. He is operated to left brain side. His right hand and leg is still not work due to paralysis. He is recover well. But I have to know the treatment for right hand and leg. Which type of exercise or which type of massage oil should be use, etc. Can you please suggest me for same.
The knee acts as hinge joint and allows flexion (bending) and extension (straightening). The knee is formed by the tibiofemoral joints, where the end of the femur (thigh bone) glides over the top of the tibia (shin bone) and the patellofemoral joint where the kneecap glides over the end part of the femur.
Ayurveda is an ancient healing technique that is very effective for today's lifestyle ailments. For many people a low back ache can be quite a pain. While strong pills and capsules may give you temporary relief they do not address the core issue and have a number of side effects. Ayurveda on the other hand, addresses the trigger to the back ache and has no side effects. Intrigued; take a look at these ayurvedic techniques to cure low back pain.
Cut out on spices
We may think it unrelated, but low back pain is often accompanied by indigestion. Spinal cord nerves connect to back muscles and digestive organs. Hence, a small change in your diet can have a great impact on your health. Spicy food aggravates the digestive system and has a drying effect on the body. By cutting back on spices and oil, the digestive system can work better and there will be less stress on the nerves connecting the spinal cord and back muscles and thus lesser back aches.
Warm your body
According to ayurveda, back pains are caused by an increase in vata dosha or the amount of air and ether elements in the body. Warming the body can help lower these levels. Apply a heat pack to the back as a way of keeping the external body surface warm. Additionally, add warm food to your diet. This opens out any blockages in your digestive system and in turn reduces low back pain.
Ayurveda is very closely linked to yoga. Padahastasana is a yoga asana which addresses lower back pain by opening up the digestive channels and allowing the vata dosha to flow easily through the body. To practice this asana stand with your legs together and lift your arms straight above your head while inhaling. As you exhale, bend forward from the hips while keeping your back and legs straight. Try and touch your toes. Hold the position for as long as possible and come back to the starting position while inhaling.
Anuloma Viloma is a breathing exercise that balances the vata dosha. This is a technique that involves breathing from alternate nostrils. To begin, close the right nostril with your thumb and inhale through the left nostril. Close both nostrils and hold your breath for a few seconds. Then, release through the left nostril. Repeat this process, starting from the left nostril.
Bishop's weed seed tea
Tea made from the seeds of Bishop's weed is can provide instant pain relief from low back pains. This is suitable for men and women of all ages except those with heart problems.
The core principle of ayurveda is to listen to your body's messages. These techniques will help you become more tuned to your body's needs and keep you free from back aches.