Sciatica Ka Gharelu ilaj Home Remedy for Sciatica Pain
Hello and Welcome Friends!!! You most welcome on Lakhaipurtv ( INTRO MUSIC ) Today I will tell you about very easy home treatment to cure sciatica pain Yess friends, leaves of night jasmine is very effective for sciatica or sciatic nerve pain it cures acute sciata in short time This plant known as many names such as Harishringaar, Harsingaar, Paarijaat, Shefalika, etc. It called night jasmine or coral jasmine in English
Coral jasmine is not big tree, it like bush its leaves are green color rough white color flowers blooms in bunch you can understand it easily from its photos It's leaves used to cure sciatica If you find it's tree near you then take it's 56 green leaves crush and boil like tea and drink after being cold drink it twice daily morning and evening
this is very effectiv in sciatica pain acute sciatica cures soon and for chronic sciatica use it for long time if you are unable to find fresh leaves then it's dried leaves you can find from herb seller you can use dry leaves also by boiling it or make dry leaves powder and take 1 spoon twice daily Use of bark powder of it's tree stem is very useful joint pain and arthritis Leaves, bark, flower all are useful of this plant Use of night jasmine is useful in sciatica and gout, arthritis, cold, cough, fever, worms, swelling and diabetes etc.
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Why You Should Get Checked for Scoliosis by a Professional
Hi, my name is Troy Giles. I'm a of Chiropractic and a Natural Internist. Today I wanted to talk to you about why scoliosisscreening at the school, by the school nurse, is not enough. Basically, I've been in practicenow twenty years and unless its a significantly severe scoliosis, it's very difficult to pickup when they do a frontward bending test, where they have the student bend over. Whatthey're doing is the patient, as the student bends over, they're looking to see if theshoulder blade is prominent. So if you were to look at my back and I bent this way, Iwould roughly look kind of like this. Okay, there would be one of the shoulder bladesthat would be up higher. It's more prominent
when you bend over, that that would pick up.But I've been in practice twenty years now and many times I think that the patient isfine and we happen to take a xray because the patient has some low back pain, and wepick up a significant issue. This patient right here for example, you've seen this xrayprobably before on the previous tutorials that we've done, but this patient had no idea thatshe had this kind of a scoliotic curve. Looking at her, her right hip is 6.4 cm from the topdown, 7.4 from the left side top down. So she's looking out the window. This is herright side. So the right sacrum is dropped significantly, which makes her spine hit offthis way. She doesn't hit off, you know, walk
around like this. She makes a turn and thenover corrects again. So you've got a right lumbar, left thoracic curvature. So this issignificant. Now it's a big deal. You say quot;Well so what. There's scoliosis.What do I need to be worried about that foréquot; Well this is the conduit from the brain downinto the organs is through the spine. If the spine wears down, which when it does a curvatureto the side, it should not do this. It should be straight up and down. When it curves likethis it starts to wear down the discs. These spaces right here are discs. Well the discskind of start to wear down like a pie. They kind of come where they're closer on one endthan the other. This end where it's smashing,
the water inside the disc starts to push tothe other side of the disc. So it's actually creating what we call a hydro static pressure,where it's pushing down here on this side, shooting the water out that way. So the waterin the disc would be shooting out this way. This will start to dry out. The disc spacewill fill in and through here is where the vertebrae, actually through these holes righthere. This is now the side view. This is where those nerve roots exit the spine. This comesaround and goes to the different organs. You say quot;Well, you know, so the patient isgoing to have pain.quot; In reality, I don't really care about thepain. I'm more interested in what's happening
with the vertebrae and with nerves. Everysinge one of these vertebrae have a nerve to it. T4 runs over to the gall bladder. C7and T1 run over to heart and lungs. Down here at the 5th lumbar vertebrae, this one runsout to the uterus, the ovaries. I wonder if that could be the reason why this patienthas trouble with their menstruation. Maybe this one L5 as well runs out and to all theorgans of sexualness. So if the patient is having trouble with erectile dysfunction,it could be that the L5 disc has degenerated enough that now the energy flow down and aroundto the prostate, to the penis and so forth has diminished. There's not enough blood flow.So every single one of these vertebral levels
have an organ that that nerve runs to. Scoliosiswill cause the wearing down of the discs, shedding off the nerve flow to the organs,so they're not getting as much flow. The pressure of a nickel on your finger, that amount ofpressure will shut off the energy flow to that organ. So it's very, very important tomake sure that the alignment is there. We get our cars aligned all the time. Take yourchildren and get them looked at by a professional, by a chiropractor, by an orthopedist. Theschool nurse is not enough. Bless their hearts and bless the school system for doing a verybasic scan, but don't rely only on that. So many of my patients have scoliosis and theysay well the school nurse checked it, why
Common Tests Done During Pregnancy
What are some of the common tests done duringpregnancyé Are you pregnant, yes or no, is usually thefirst one. After that. I already know I'm pregnant. Depending on the circumstances, they'lldo STD testing since you don't want the problems those can cause if untreated. We were intending to get pregnant, and there'sno underlying health problem like that. One of the first ones the does is asonogram to see if you're having one or
two babies or that you're really pregnant. Phantom pregnancies are very rare. They'll also check to see if the placentais over the cervix or there are other problems that the s need to know before you potentiallygo into labor. That should be a long way away. And they'll determine how far along youare to know when your due date is. We already know that. The sonogram can screen for other things,such as the nuchal translucency ultrasound
that can mean the baby has Down Syndrome ifthe neck is extra thick. If the sonogram indicates that may be a problem,they'll move on to genetic testing. These days, they'll suggest a triple orquadruple screen, a blood test at the start of the second trimester that looks for certainsubstances in the blood that are linked to Down Syndrome. I'm not far enough along for them to dothe second trimester genetic testing via a tissue sample from the baby. You'll still have blood tests for the pregnancyhormones where a level too low implies miscarriage
risk and one too high suggests a risk of abnormality. Or that I'm farther along than they think. That's what the sonogram is for, thoughhigh levels can also mean multiples. Which is really obvious on a sonogram whenthere are two heartbeats. The first prenatal visit usually screens forthings like the Rh factor so they know that if the baby has the opposite Rh factor thatyou need the injection to prevent problems if you have another baby of that blood type. I'm Rh positive.
Those problems only come up if you are Rhnegative and have an Rh positive baby. In the second trimester, they do the bloodsugar monitoring test to see if you are at risk or already have prenatal diabetes. They do that to find out if you have diabetesso they can control it, and hopefully prevent a ten pound plus baby too. If you develop diabetes during the pregnancy,your risk of developing it later in life are much higher. I'll just worry about not having a whopperof a delivery story right now.
It is fairly common to have amniocentesisor CVS testing when you are pregnant to screen for various genetic disorders. And whether you have that done or not, theyroutinely screen newborns for many different disorders. I know the near us checks for PKUand other metabolic disorders that if they aren't diagnosed shortly after birth resultin brain damage. Fortunately, they have many blood tests combinedinto just two or three draws during pregnancy to diagnose the most common issues if anyearly in the pregnancy.