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My uncle got a stroke in spinal cord and was admitted in Hospital vellore in tamilnadu. Doctors said that there is a blood clot at the back of neck in the spinal cord due to which the legs and hands were completely became in sensible. Will this condition is completely curable?
I am 19 years oldFrom one month I am not able to sleep at night and even morning If I sleep for some 2-3 hours only it is enough but I cannot concentrate on studies because of this.
My husband is 29 yr old. He has severe rotating pains in legs n hip joints. We visited to a orthopedic wherein after reports he was diagnosed with high Uric acid and symptoms of gout. It's been 5 months of the treatment and with current reports his Uric acid is under control. But he suffers severe pains in hip bone with cramps and stiffness in calfs and now unable to walk. We don't understand whom to consult and what exactly is the problem. Whether it's a bone issue or malfunctioning of any organ which have caused rise in Uric acid? Please help us so that we can consult a right doctor and undergo right treatment
I am having pain in my feet from some days, usually I feel pain when I walk more a and the pain is persisting for 10 days.
Since last week my right shoulder is paining. If I push it or stretch it starts paining. Can you suggest me anything!
Hi, m 35 years, doing regular exercise however there is regularly pain in my both legs which makes me tied whole day, even if I sit for half an hour my legs starts paining, kindly advice as how I will get rid of this prob.
How to get rid of acidity and gas problem which often leads to headache and pain in the leg muscles below knee part (back muscular part)
Most of us are not blessed with a good night's sleep and face common problems that occur during sleep, such as snoring, insomnia, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome and sleep deprivation. According to Ayurveda, proper sleep and a healthy diet are of equal importance. Sleep is the period during which the body is able to recuperate and heal itself as well bring about a balance in emotions and mental state. Imbalances in sleep, according to Ayurveda, is caused due to imbalance or dosha in the three subcategories that the human body is divided into. The imbalances are referred to as Kapha dosha, Pitta dosha and Vata dosha.
Imbalance in Vata occurs when the co-ordination between dhi (learning), dhriti (retention) and smriti (recollection) is weakened. When a person is trying to sleep but is simultaneously recollecting the events which occurred during the day, it leads to the same emotions and feelings being reproduced. This renders the person incapable of detaching from the feelings and thus, prevents them to sleep. Some Ayurvedic remedies to address this issue include:
1. Using appropriate sleep tablets
2. Drinking a special tea which aids in sleeping, before going to sleep. The tea should contain a mixture of herbs and spices which would help in calming the emotions
3. Have food that pacifies Vata
4. Adopting and following a proper schedule, where enough time is available for sleep
5. Try not to think about the problems while in bed.
A sleep disorder due to pitta dosha happens when a person has no problems in falling asleep, but is awakened at odd hours during the night and is unable to fall back asleep. It is common that people suffering from trauma or imbalances in pitta are susceptible to this problem. Pitta-type sleep is often disrupted by wild and fiery dreams. Remedies include:
1. The room where the person is sleeping should be kept cool. The likelihood of awakening during the night is increased if the room is hot and stuffy.
2. Therapeutic oils which are specifically designed to pacify Pitta dosha should be used.
3. Foods that pacify pitta dosha should be eaten. These foods should normally be at room temperature rather being hot.
4. A pitta pacifying lifestyle should be followed. This includes sleeping before 10:00 p.m., having three meals a day, etc.
Sleep disorders associated with kapha dosha causes a person to have a long and deep sleep, but feel exhausted when woken up. Additionally, a feeling of lethargy persists throughout the day. Remedies include:
1. Reduce coffee consumption
2. Adopt the consumption Kapha or Green Tea
3. Adopt a Kapha-pacifying lifestyle. This includes vigorous morning exercise. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an ayurveda.