Paralysis - Ayurvedic Medicines & Remedies

Paralysis treatment

asked by Saurabh@bgt on 1 February 2018 0:45
My father is 63 years old. 2 years back had brain hemorrhage, rt thalamic bleed. Now left side paralysed. Can walk slowly but not more. Left hand still not functioning. Medicines : only bp and sugar.both are normal. Sleeps more now, no mental and physical work. Less vision and hearing now. Weight normal. Appetite is ok but digestion is week. Plz... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- Stroke occurs due to infarct or haemorrhage. The recovery depends on the intensity of the damage to the brain. Please let me know all the investigation reports to guide you further. Ayurvedic medicines and treatments will help to improve the muscle tone. Earlier the treatment, better will be the results, but research suggests there will be improvement even after 2years. Ayurvedic medicines like Maha.. Read more



CKD & Stroke related paralysis

asked by vknigam on 27 January 2018 13:05
My wife aged 70 yrs had septicemia in Oct 2016. She was in ICU & got 6 dialysis. She was OK & discharged. But she was given some medicine. In Dec 2016 she got stroke & got left side paralysed. CT Scan & MRI veino showed that she had clot on right side of brain. Because of physiotherapy she is able to sit & move her legs & hand. But she is not able to stand & walk. Her... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- Paralysis is seen commonly due to infarct in the brain. Please check blood sugar level and blood p[ressure regulalry as advised. Ayurvedic medicines like Dhanvantaram kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily, Gokshuram cpasules - 2 after food twice daily and Simhanada guggulu can be taken for a month and reviewed. Ayurvedic treatments like oil massage, pizhichal, leaf poultice.. Read more

Cauda Equina Syndrome Post operative recovery

asked by backtowork on 1 August 2017 1:09
My friend 30yr old male an IT professional got his lower part of the body paralysed. the nerve was being pressed and he was operated for Cauda Equina Syndrome. Will he be back to normal. Do his work, stand , walk, drive car. Sit in office for... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Kanika):- Hello, cauda equine syndrome is a neurological disorder in which lumbar plexus losses its functionality leading to nerve root damaging which leads to loss of sensitivity and functioning of limbs supplied by these nervesAyurvedic medicines can be taken as supportive line of treatment- 1.Divya Yogendar ras-250mg with luke warm water after meals2.Brihat vat chintamani ras- 250 mg twice a day with luke.. Read more

Paralysis Treatment

asked by B B Malhotra on 19 July 2017 21:13
Namaskar, my father name is Bharat Bhushan Malhotra. He is 64 years old. He had two paralysis attack last year, one was on 18th June , 2016 on right side, he was fully recovered within 2-3 months and was able to walk properly. however on 29th December, 2016 another paralysis attack came which paralyzed his left side fully. Since then I have appointed physiotherapist at home and his regular... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Kanika):- Hello, Paralysis refers to pakshaghata in Ayurveda where the vata dosha hinder the mamsa and ras dhatu flow leading to  muscular dystrophy and movement inabilityRaised blood pressure cause excess pressure in brain leading to stroke which leads to paralysisIt is advisable to send us HbA1C, lipid profile test reportsAyurvedic medicines recommended are as follows- 1.Mahayograaja guggul- 2 tablets.. Read more

Paralysis Regarding

asked by Vikas Mohan on 4 February 2017 19:47
My Mother is about 67 years old had paralysis attack two times, first on 2nd July,2016 and second on 17th July, 2016. Her left side body is not fully functional. Her speech and memory are alright. She is on bed since July 2016. She had leprosy in her left hand which is now cured. Is there any center of Shri Baba Ramdev ji’s Patanjali where I could bring her for recovery? If yes, where is it... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- It is very important to prevent the recurrence of stroke. The probability of getting stroke within the first 3months after a stroke is more and hence it is very important to take the advised allopathy medicines regularly. Healthy lifestyle measures with proper nutritious diet, regular exercise and regular checkups to monitor the blood pressure or blood sugar levels will be beneficial. Package.. Read more

Right side of the can cases spastic paralysis

asked by Dr. Raju on 20 January 2017 11:32
Hlw sir, I am Rajeev lochan Raju representing a paralysis case of my mother.My mother name is Shyama Devi,Age-68 years is paralysed from right side of the brain and suffered from half body paralysed since 08th january,2017. we were contact the doctors immediatly and made some chekups on the suggetion of the doctors.The report of the CT-SCAN comes that:- Impression-NCCT brain reveals age... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Kanika):- Hello, Cerebral atrophy with ischaemic demyelination is a medical condition of brain where the size of brain cells decrease in size gradually because of progressive loss of cytoplasmic proteins followed by damaged myelin sheath of neurons impairing the conduction of signals thus decreasing the functionality of part of body supplied by the particular nerveAyurveda includes under vatik diseases where.. Read more

Paralysis help

asked by sanjaybhasin44 on 29 December 2016 11:06
My mother 75 years, had a paralysis attack due to stroke due to high blood pressure in India on Dec. 27, 2015 that affected the left side of her body. She is Living in New York now. For the last about 2 months she started to walk with a walker about 100 steps but not stable yet. Her left arm and pelvis are still not functional. Left leg is recovering. Is there any Centre by Baba RamDev, where I... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- The recovery after stroke may be slower in aged people. The response to the treatment in hand is sometimes slower compared to the improvement in the leg. The rates may vary based on the facilities in the hospital. Ayurvedic treatments like oil massage, rice poultice, leaf poultice, streaming oil and vasti are beneficial to improve the condition which can be taken in any Ayurvedic hospital Medicines.. Read more

Paralysis due to Brain Hemorage

asked by ranjanamahajan on 15 August 2016 13:45
Swami ji, my father , 71 years old, suffered a brain hemorage stroke in january 2016 on the left side of the brain because of which hsi right side is paralysed and his speech is also gone. we have tie dup with physiotherapist, but wanted to check if there are other ayurvedic or yoga solutions for rehabilitation. do you suggest us to bring him to your haridwar ashram and get the treatment done.... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- The time of recovery from stroke varies in older individuals between weeks to years. There may be permanent disability if the treatment has been delayed after the occurrence of the stroke. Ayurvedic medicines can be taken in an Ayurvedic hospital after consulting with an Ayurvedic doctor Ayurvedic treatments like oil massage, leaf poultice, streaming oil and rice poultice will be beneficial. These.. Read more

Brain stroke due to blood clots

asked by 14usameer on 19 July 2016 1:21
hi, My father who is 58 years old had brain stroke 27 days back (22nd june 2016) . He was on ventilator for almost 16 days and now only on oxygen. His right side does not move at all. left side moves but looks like no proper coordination. He cant talk or swallow and also have tracheostomy done to insert breathing tube through neck. He opens his eyes but we are not sure he recognize us or not. He... Read More
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Reg; paralysis

asked by ajitkm on 12 July 2016 12:09
Hi, My father aged 66 had a right side paralysis attack last year.He was having BP. Since then he has recovered a bit, but not so much that he can do his daily works. He is not able to speak also due to which he gets angry lot of times & don't cooperate with us for his exercise. Can u suggest what to do to get him recover soon.If we have to do any therapy then where we have to go for... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- The response of the stroke to the treatments will depend upon the intensity of the damage to the brain. If the treatment was given immediately, the response will be better. Blood pressure is one among the causes that leads to stroke. Ayurvedic medicines and treatments like oil massage, leaf poultice, pizhichal, shiro picu and rice poultice will be beneficial for the rehabilitation which can be taken.. Read more

About paralysis

asked by pranjal kaushik on 1 July 2016 16:42
Sir, my father aged about 50 Problem related to my father is only BP high. And density of blood is high. He got 4 brain strokes with in 2hours on 8/ april/ 2016 And then his right body got paralysed. He was admitted in metro hospital , noida when he got 4th stroke. From about 45 days he is continuing with physiotherapy. But result is not so good , mainly his right hand is not working at all .... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- The blood clot causes stroke when it lodges in the blood vessels of the brain. The recurrence will be based on the nature and the position of the clot in the blood vessel. Damaged or atheromatous change in blood vessels are the risk factors to form a clot. The density of the blood is thick in some due to inherited tendency or associated with autoimmune conditions like RA or lupus. So please give him.. Read more

RIGHT SIDE PARALYSIS TREATMENT

asked by devi bhatt on 4 June 2016 9:33
Hi..my sister in law aged 52 now got paralyzed two and half years before on 4th Jan 2014 due to brain hemorrhage and her right side completely got paralyzed. we have done many treatment so far..but she is still not recovered.. now she can speak a little but not fluently.. and she wants to Get therapy from Patanjali.. As we have gone through the comments from Dr. Arinhdam of yours like to know... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- The recovery from stroke depends on the intensity of the damage in the brain. The right side will be affected when the left side of the brain is damaged with difficulty to walk or speak. As the plasticity of the brain reduces with age, there will be slow recovery and also if the treatment was delayed after the hemorrhage. Please consult your nearest Ayurvedic doctor who will be able to guide you.. Read more

Paralysis treatment

asked by Ektu on 28 May 2016 21:23
Respected Sir My grand mother is 90 years old and she is diabetic from last few years and now she is suffering from paralysis. In december 2015 she falls due to high blood preassure and high sugar level and got injured. And in january 2016 she had paralysis attack but recoverd within 12 days but after few days again she had an attack and now her right part of the body is paralysed and her tounge is... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- As with age of your grandmother, the recovery will be slower. Please continue with the medicines for blood pressure and diabetes regularly. It is vital to control it to prevent the recurrence of stroke. Ayurvedic medicines can be given as supportive medicines for a month and then reviewed Ayurvedic medicines like Aswagandha Ghrit and Divya Medha Vati can be given Include soups, garlic, onion, olive.. Read more

Facial paralysis

asked by Lissy on 19 May 2016 9:14
Hi! I am a 35 years old woman,about 4 years ago I got faccial paralysis on my left face. I was treated in the hospital with physiotherapy without any result, after with acupuncture by one chineese acupunturist. After a couple session of accupunture I am able to move my face partial, but I can not move my forhead at all. All the specialists and therapists say my muscles are too weak and the ... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- There are effective Ayurvedic medicines for facial paralysis. These treatments will be beneficial to strengthen the facial muscles. The treatments like Oil massage, Fomentations, Streaming oil, Nasya and Vasti will be beneficial. These treatments can be taken in an Ayurvedic hospital for a period varying between 12-16 days Ayurvedic medicines like MahaRasnadi Kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water.. Read more

Diabetic mother is paralysed on right side due to brain stroke

asked by chinky2 on 11 April 2016 8:11
Hi Sir, My mother age 60 is a diabetic patient and got brain stroke in left part of her brain Feb 2015 due to mental stress.Her right side body is not functioning and she lost her speech too , she just utter mamamamama She is taking allopathic treatment her brain blood clot is reduced a little and she is understanding things better but no physical and speech improvement. We stay in a small town... Read More
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Expert's Advice (YogaGuru):- Physiotherapy is very effective in such cases and I am not sure if you have tried this option for your mother. Also if she can do bhastrika and anuloma viloma pranayama will be good. Such cases takes time to heal but if patient has strong will then recovery is.. Read more

Paralysis or Hemeparasis of Left body after accident/head injury

asked by Chunesh on 14 November 2015 0:58
My sister met with an accident and had TBI . She was in coma for 6 months. after accident Her left part of body is not working well and her Vocal cords are affected too and even left eye is not opening fully . She is 22 Now Female No medication 4 years from TBI since 2011 No past illness or surgery All other are okey Please... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- It is more complex to understand the prognosis of traumatic brain injury. The injury affects the blood vessels or nerves in the brain causing temporary or permanent damage. The recovery will be unique in each person. So please consult your nearest Ayurvedic doctor with all the reports for a better understanding and information. If the duration of the coma is for more weeks, there will be a delayed.. Read more

Paralysis problem

asked by sk chaudhary on 29 September 2015 17:34
Dear Sir, My mother is about 65 years and she is heart patient, bp problem and now she is suffering from paralysis in complete left side since one and half year. Her one of the heart valve have been replaced already about eight years back. For paralysis we took alopathic treatment in the begining and ayurvedic later till now. But there is no recovery even a single percent. You are requested to... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- The recovery from stroke depends upon the treatment given and the intensity of the damage. In some where the treatment is delayed or the intensity of the damage due to the infarct or haemorrhage is severe, there will be poor response to the treatment. You have done the right thing with the Allopathy treatment and then the Ayurvedic treatment. Please let me know the Ayurvedic medicine, the Ayurvedic.. Read more

Critical condition in paralysis

asked by samsungj7 on 1 September 2015 15:42
mere mother ki age 44 hai aur unko major paralysis ka attack aya hai around 80% spot hai unke brain par aur bahut critical condition hai koy bhi medicine aur exercise se benefit nahi ho raha aur last 6 months se unke yeh condition hai please kuch treatment bataye iske... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, As your mother is suffering from severe form of paralytic attack from past six months, it is very important that she needs some extra care in terms of other system of medicines especially with the help of Ayurveda. In Ayurveda there are many treatments and medicines which are found effective in treating paralysis up to maximum extent including symptomatic relief. As you might aware that her.. Read more

Ayurvedic treatment for paralysis

asked by ppprakash on 1 August 2015 16:00
i am prakash basandani from jaipur.two months ago i suffered from a brain stroke. my left side (hand and leg)got paralysed. i had to undergo a brain surgery due to swelling in brain. i had also undergone thrombolysis treatment, but no effect. i am also going for regular phisiothreapy and allopathic medicines. after observing my ct scan doctors are saying that 80% of my right brain has got damaged... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- The recovery from stroke is based on the intensity of the damage to the brain. If the damage is severe, the response of the treatments also will be challenging. Surgery is sometimes done to reduce the pressure in the brain due the swelling or haematoma. It is better to do some Ayurvedic treatments within a year, but the response of treatment varies in each person. Package Medicine for Paralysis can.. Read more

Right Side paralysis

asked by rks465 on 9 July 2015 15:26
My Father suffered right side paralysis 8 days ago. The right leg and right hand movement is improving. Please suggest alternate therapy / medicine to overcome the speech issue as he can't... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- Paralysis happens as a result of either infarct or haemorrhage in the brain. It is usually caused by uncontrolled blood pressure, blood cholesterol or blood pressure. The recovery will be based on the intensity of the damage in the brain. The damage in the left side of the brain will cause the symptoms in the right side affecting speech. Please let me know the reports to guide you further. Ayurvedic.. Read more
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