Hi I am 27 years female married lady have cervical problem. I will had take medicine for 2month. I still felling pain in my hand nd restless. Blood circulation is not in hand please give me some ayurvedic advice nd exercises. please help me
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Heat is an effective mean of reducing and relieving pain in cervical spondylosis. You can use hot packs at home.
Some exercises like static contractions and strengthening exercises are needs to be done. Isometric contractions of the cervical muscles improve the muscle endurance and tone as the contractions improve the blood supply thereby the nutrition to the muscle is increased and hence muscle strengthening is done. Please see a physiotherapist for these exercises.
You may need traction and soft tissue techniques for the management of cs.
Postural awareness is very important.
As the condition progresses, the abnormality of posture also increases, thus from the initial stage itself, postural awareness through proper advice and education should be planned and initiated by the physiotherapist.
Ayurvedic doctors will advise you on ayurvedic medicine for your cervical problem.
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), DYA (DIPLOMA IN YOG & AYURVED), D.I.H.M (DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT)
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hello sneha ,
ayurvedic & specially panchakarma treatment is very effective in spine problems .
pain might be due to nerve compression . thats why you also feel no blood circulation in hand (Numbness).
Do massage with warm sesame oil or suitable oil for 15 min., afterwards take hot fomentation for 10 min.
Start natural calcium supplement.
Do regular stretching exercise
In yoga DO BHUJANGASAN, HALASAN & SURYANAMASKAR.
This will give you relief in mild to moderate cases.
i'll reccomend you our spine wellness package for complete care of your cervical pain.
give feedback after 7 days .
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