NEURALGIA (NERVE PAIN)

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Neuralgia can be defined as an intense, mostly intermittent pain along a nerve pathway, especially in the head or face. In many cases, the cause of the pain is not known. Older people are most susceptible, but people of any age can be affected. Almost everyone will experience mild neuralgia at some point, but these bouts are usually temporary and tend to ease by themselves within a few days. Some types of neuralgia are long lasting, debilitating and so agonising that a person's quality of life is severely reduced.

Causes of Neuralgia are infection, Multiple Sclerosis, pressure on nerves, Diabetes Mellitus, Disc herniation / Spinal stenosis, kidney disease, thyroid hormone abnormality, excess growth hormone, vitamin deficiency (B1, B6, B12, niacin), alcoholism, vasculitis / blood vessel disease, tumor formation/onset of cancer, repetitive stress injury (such as carpal tunnel syndrome), toxin exposure (arsenic, lead, mercury, thallium & others), prescription medications (chemotherapeutic agents, anti-seizure medications, antibiotics others)

neuralgia can include:

- Localised pain

- The area may be excruciatingly sensitive to touch and any pressure is felt as pain

- The pain can be sharp or burning, depending on the affected nerve

- The muscles may spasm

Through the synergistic combination of Classical Homoeopathy, Botanical Formulations & Internationally Acclaimed Advanced Physiotherapy, pain due to Neuralgia is considerably reduced and rejuvenation of the affected area begins.

To avail safe and non-invasive treatment for Neuralgia, consult the specialists of Zilaxo Advanced Healing Destination.