Paralysis is the loss or impairment of voluntary muscular power. There is loss of muscle function in part of your body. There is loss of motor function in one or more muscles & can be accompanied by sensory loss (loss of feeling ) in the affected area if there is sensory damage as well as motor. It can be localised or generalised, partial or complete, and temporary or permanent. Paralysis can affect any part of your body at any time in your life.
When any part of the communication system – such as the brain, nerves, or spinal cord – is damaged, the signals to move do not make it through to the muscles and paralysis results. You won’t be able to move certain parts of your body after something goes wrong with their connection to your brain. Depending upon the cause, paralysis may affect a specific muscle group or region of the body or a larger area may be involved. Sometimes it can be the result of metabolic disturbances that interfere with the function of nerves or muscles.
Our Natu Prash For Paralysis works on repairing the damaged nerves & muscles.
It revives the loss of the muscle function.
Repairs the damage & strengthens the nerves & muscles.
It works on reversing the damage that leads to the loss of the communication between the brain & the muscle; it does need our Brahmi Tablets to help with the cognitive functions revival i.e to repair the damage to the communication line between the brain & the muscles & the nerves.As Brahmi repairs the damaged communication pathways between the brain, the nerves, the muscles which could lead to loss of motor function which could be one of the factors of Paralysis in an individual. Brahmi repairs the nervous system, creates new neural pathways thus restabhlishing the communication line between the brain, the nerves & the muscle, the muscles needs to be strong too for a paralytic's condition to improve but Brahmi does it's part of the job.
For Paralysis also helps in rebuilding the muscles that have weakened or broken down overtime due to loss of the certain proteins that are needed by your muscles to help them stay healthy and protect them from damage, absence or loss of which weaken your muscles and cause them to break down over time.
In extreme conditions of complete loss of muscle & neurons, recovery is a long road but at least 6 months or a year of disciplined & consistent consumption can show results.
For other conditions that are RELATIVELY less severe, there isn’t complete loss of all motor functions, 4-6 months of consistent consumption with Brahmi Tablets & Naturin Oil for external application shows favourable results. Visible results start showing after 3 months of consistent proper consumption.
A combination of all 3- Natu Prash For Paralysis, Brahmi Tablets & Naturin Oil is recommended to tackle all the areas of concern for all types of Paralysis. Brahmi would be had as per dosage, for those who cannot consume tablets a combination of For Paralysis with The Naturin Oil is necessary & Brahmi tablets can replaced with our Brain Tonic-Navit Plus Syrup is recommended (Note : Brain Tonic is milder compared to Brahmi Tablets)
Some of the different types of Paralysis:
Complete paralysis is when you can’t move or control your paralyzed muscles at all. You also may not be able to feel anything in those muscles.
Partial or incomplete paralysis is when you still have some feeling in, and possibly control over, your paralyzed muscles. This is sometimes called paresis.
Localised paralysis affects just one specific area, like your face, hands, feet, or vocal cords.
Generalised paralysis is more widespread in your body and is grouped by how much of your body is affected. The type usually depends on where your brain or spinal cord is injured.
Monoplegia is a kind of generalized paralysis that affects just one limb.
Diplegia affects the same area on both sides, like both arms, both legs, or both sides of your face.
Hemiplegia affects just one side of your body and is usually caused by a stroke, which damages one side of your brain.
Quadriplegia (or tetraplegia) is when all four limbs are paralyzed, sometimes along with certain organs.
Paraplegia is paralysis from the waist down.
Locked-in syndrome is the rarest and most severe form of paralysis, where a person loses control of all their muscles except the ones that control their eye movements.
Paralysis can be stiff, or spastic, when your muscles are tight and jerky. Most people with cerebral palsy have spastic paralysis.
It can also be floppy, or flaccid, when your muscles sag and eventually shrink.
Paralysis Caused by Conditions Paralysis is most often caused by strokes, usually from a blocked artery in your neck or brain. It also can be caused by damage to your brain or spinal cord.
Strokes ca also happen to peaople with diabetes, due to high blood sugar, it's called Neuropathies, where mostly a single or more nerves are damaged due to pressure on them. It may affect the shoulder, hand ,leg, foot or face or a combination of some or all.
Periodic paralysis. This is caused by changes in certain genes. It involves random attacks of paralysis, often triggered by something in the person’s diet.
Sleep paralysis. This happens while you’re waking up or falling asleep. Sometimes people who have sleep paralysis will also see things that aren’t there (hallucinate).
Bell’s palsy. This makes half of your face appear to droop. Doctors think it’s caused by certain viruses.
Todd’s paralysis. This often happens for a brief period after a person with epilepsy has had a seizure, usually just on one side of their body.
Demyelinating diseases. These happen when the protective coating around your nerve cells, called the myelin sheath, is damaged over time. That makes it harder for your neurons to send signals throughout your body. It weakens your muscles and eventually causes paralysis. There are several demyelinating diseases, but the most common is multiple sclerosis.
Motor neuron diseases (MNDs). Motor neurons are the nerve cells that control the muscles you use to walk, breathe, speak, and move your limbs. There are two types: upper motor neurons, which send signals from your brain down to your spinal cord; and lower motor neurons, which get those signals and send them to your muscles. MNDs are diseases that damage these cells over time.
Upper motor neuron diseases, like primary lateral sclerosis (PLS), affect just the upper motor neurons. This makes muscles stiff and spastic.
Lower motor neuron diseases, like spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), affect only the lower motor neurons. This makes muscles floppy or flaccid, which makes them weak and sometimes causes them to twitch uncontrollably. The most common MND is amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease), which affects both upper and lower neurons.
NOTE: ‘NatuPrash For Paralysis’ is not advised for paralysis since birth or where all movements have been lost or when it is permanent. It will still benefit the body but won't deliver the results it usually does thus is not advised.
DOSAGE: 1 tsp (5gms) before breakfast & before going to bed with normal water.
If symptoms persist please consult your doctor.
NOTE: Our products are made with pure herbs, so they tend to change colour overtime or may appear different one batch to another. However the product efficacy remains unchanged. Once opened air exposure & human touch could alter it's appearance sometimes but not it's efficacy.