Backache Sciatica

Ashwagandha is an excellent herb used for treating various health ailments. Due to its numerous health benefits Ashwagandha forms an important ingredient of many health products. Ashwagandha is used since ages in Ayurvedic system of medicine for various diseases.

Ashwagandha is the most important herb in treating any kind of pain in any part of the body. It is a very good herb for treating rheumatoid arthritis, gout, backache, sciatica etc. Ashwagandha is an excellent anti-inflammatory herb and it helps in reducing the pain, inflammation and swelling quickly. It increases the blood supply to the affected part and gives relief.

It is also a good herbal remedy for healing the wounds and injuries in very less time.

Ashwagandha is a wonderful herbal remedy for soothing the mind. It calms your mind and helps to remove the negative thoughts in your mind. It is a very good remedy for vertigo, depression and unconsciousness. Due to weakness of nerves you may feel numbness and burning sensation in the extremities. Start taking this herb and you will get benefit and will soon get rid of this problem.

Ashwagandha helps to increase the physical and mental strength. It increases the attentiveness and memory. Ashwagandha helps in building the muscular strength and gives you stamina against any fatigue. It gives you energy and relieves your physical as well as mental stress. Ashwagandha also helps in preventing early signs of ageing and rejuvenates your body to give you strength. It boosts up your immune system and prevents any invasion of foreign material in your body.

Ashwagandha has antioxidant properties that helps in destruction of harmful oxidants in your body and prevents damage of healthy cells and formation of new cells. Ashwagandha is a good aphrodisiac and it helps in improving the quality and quantity of the sperms. In females it helps to prevent leucorrhea.

Ashwagandha gives excellent results when given for controlling the blood pressure. It helps to maintain the normal blood pressure. It also helps to maintain healthy heart. Ashwagandha is a good remedy for treating urinary tract infection. It helps to relieve the burning and itching while urination.

Ashwagandha strengthen both the male and female reproductive systems or increases lactation, and helps with together male and female infertility while increasing libido. It may take up the four weeks of daily use to feel the difference. Ashwagandha promote both virility and vitality. One may well say it is superior for whatever ails you and not be far off the mark.

Ashwagandha, Withania somnifera, also known as "Winter Cherry," improves the body's capability to maintain physical effort and helps the body to tackle different types of stress. Perhaps the most famous Ayurvedic immune booster herb that is used in many tonics and formulas and Ashwagandha is a revitalizing herb that maintains suitable nourishment of the tissues or particularly bones and muscles, while supporting the proper function of the adrenals and reproductive system.

backache sciatica

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  1. As You Wish says:

    NEED RECOMMENDATION: What is the best bed for someone with lower back pain/sciatica?
    Ive been looking for a good supportive mattress that will hopefully alleviate some of my pain while sleeping. I have very bad back probs (had surgery for herniated disk last year but still have pain) and also have sciatica all through right leg. Can anyone please give me a good recommendation for a bed that may help with these problems?

    • Anonymous says:

      BED will not solve this problem of yours. Some other tips include:

      Wear soft flat shoes that provide support and cushioning when you walk. Heels often cause jarring strain on the spine which may cause and prolongs sciatica.
      Keep mobile and mildly active. Avoid sitting still for long periods of time as this is when muscles stiffen and the symptoms of Sciatica worsen.
      Avoid your pain triggers such as bending over or lifting heavy objects. If you need to, then make sure you bend from your knees, keep your back straight and hold heavy objects close to the body.
      Exercise regularly while emphasizing stretches that will help strengthen back muscles. If you find that you continuously feel worse after exercising, you may find that one or two exercises in your routine are incorrect and causing more damage than good. If this is the case, consult a physiotherapist or you doctor for the appropriate exercise techniques to best suit your back condition.
      If pregnant, use pillows and cushions to support your tummy ‘bump’ while you sleep or lay down.
      Sit comfortably and maintain a good posture. Adjusting your chair at work so that your knees are slightly higher than your hips, your arms are supported by the arm rests and you are sitting up close to the desk, will help to prevent back pain and stiffness.
      Find productive ways to deal with stress and other negative emotions. These can cause muscle tension and make pain more difficult to bear. Try therapy with a licensed counselor or psychologist if you feel that stress is getting out of hand. Techniques such as meditation, deep breathing and visualization can also very effective.

      Also go GREEN. An alternative to allopathic medication can offer the same benefits without the unwanted side effects. Natural herbal and homeopathic remedies have been shown to greatly relieve the pain and discomfort of sciatica, as well as prevent reoccurrence. Herbs such as Matricaria recutita, Arctium lappa and Devil’s Claw all have powerful anti-inflammatory properties and have been used for centuries in the treatment of backache and muscle cramps. Homeopathic ingredients such as Rhus tox and Colocynthis are also well known for the treatment of pain, muscle soreness and stiffness as well as nerve pain.

      You may find detailed info on these over here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/products/sciatigon.htm and http://www.hpathy.com/diseases/sciatica-symptom-treatment-cure.asp

  2. Meghan says:

    How far along were you when these symptoms occurred?
    How far along were you when you felt the baby move just a little bit?
    How far along when you got morning sickness?
    And back cramping? Did you ever get bad backaches?

    • jlynec says:

      I was about 7 weeks when I started getting morning sickness (24 weeks now, and I still get it a bit).

      I first felt the baby move *just* before 16 weeks. That time I was positive it was a kick =)
      There was a time a couple of weeks before that, I think I was around 13-14 weeks, when I thought I felt a “flutter” – like a really light brushing inside my tummy – right before I fell asleep. It was enough to wake me up, but I still don’t know if it was a dream, wishful thinking, gas, or something else lol

      I get sciatica now. I first got hip pain when I had just entered the 2nd trimester (around the same time my walk first started to change). It only lasted a few days, though. Around 22 weeks the pains in my hips and legs became pretty well constant.

      I haven’t gotten any actual back pain yet, though.

  3. Nunya B says:

    How can I lose baby weight fast?
    It’s not really fat around my belly, but a little excess skin. I watch what I eat, I do crunches (but it really hurts because I have sciatica), and I do cardio work outs every day. I have an exercise ball, jump rope, and a resistance tube. Any advice will be appreciated!! Also, I want my breasts to be a bit smaller and I heard that push ups work. And also how can I make my love handles smaller?

    • Shay says:

      I think:

      That the tummy is the hardest area to lose weight. I know that is beginning to be the case for me. I am curious to the type of cardio that you are doing. Personally, I have a trainer, and he mixes up my cardio. Out with the treadmill, which is really a waste of time. It just makes your knees bad and doesn’t burn as fast as other machines like the elliptical, low bike and Precor (which is a quick stair stepping machine). Crunches are also a myth. Doing a hundred crunches will only give you backache and headache, because it isn’t working! Your exercise ball is excellent. Continue that. I would suggest that you do the low bike, if it’s your lower stomach that has the issue. If you go to a gym, ask a trainer about certain weight machines that focus on your abdominals. This is what I do, because I cannot stand crunches. It’s really working. I see a big difference in my midsection, and love handles are a thing of the past with the different cardio machines I use. As far as your boobs go, they should shrink as you lose weight. If not, ask about a weight machine that focuses on your chest. It should help.

      By the way, I used a fat burning product that helped melt fat away, it may help you as well. Take a look at the site below. Hope this helps!

      ~Shay

  4. SAM says:

    How to reduce belly fat without exercise?
    Hi there
    I have been suffering with swear backache and sciatica from 2 years. I can’t do any exercise that’s why I have gained a lot of weight. My waist size was 32 which became 42 in 2 years. Someone told me to eat boiled mixed vegetables in breakfast but that didn’t help. Any home remedy or advice as I am really upset due to fat belly.
    Thanks

    • Flizbap 2.0 says:

      Just like you can’t spot reduce; you can’t really predict where your body will lose its fat.

      You might lose it all in your chest and nowhere else, or you might lose it all in your thighs and the rest of your body still look flabby.

      The only way you can really spot reduce is plastic surgery.

      Talk to a doctor specilizing in sports injuries and they can possibly guide you to some exercise you can actually do.

  5. Art-U-BZ says:

    Does anyone white Sciatica hip pain have any relief tips?
    Man, just can’t seem to get comfortable at times, and walking is unbearable too, and sometimes pinches. It is making me mad. Im very active, and this is really becoming a real bummer. Have you any suggestions other than medicine, exercises, and heat pad. That is all I have been doing ? Oh, I have seen the Doc.

    • Patrick says:

      Some other tips

      Wear soft flat shoes that provide support and cushioning when you walk. Heels often cause jarring strain on the spine which may cause and prolongs sciatica.
      Keep mobile and mildly active. Avoid sitting still for long periods of time as this is when muscles stiffen and the symptoms of Sciatica worsen.
      Avoid your pain triggers such as bending over or lifting heavy objects. If you need to, then make sure you bend from your knees, keep your back straight and hold heavy objects close to the body.

      Go green as an alternative.

      An alternative to allopathic medication can offer the same benefits without the unwanted side effects. Natural herbal and homeopathic remedies have been shown to greatly relieve the pain and discomfort of sciatica, as well as prevent reoccurrence. Herbs such as Matricaria recutita, Arctium lappa and Devil’s Claw all have powerful anti-inflammatory properties and have been used for centuries in the treatment of backache and muscle cramps. Homeopathic ingredients such as Rhus tox and Colocynthis are also well known for the treatment of pain, muscle soreness and stiffness as well as nerve pain.

      You may get detailed info on these over here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/products/sciatigon.htm

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