High blood pressure or high blood pressure can bring extreme danger at the moment! High blood pressure can lead to coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke, and kidney failure.
Why high blood pressure? What to do? Reported by Manoj Saha, Acupressure Specialist, Bangladesh Acupressure Society. When blood pressure is higher than usual, high blood pressure occurs. The cerebrospinal fluid rises from the third part of the heart and enters the nervous system.
As the amount of salt in the cerebral cortex increases, the hair-like delicate cells inside the bulbs of the external ducts become stiff. This disrupts the flow of cerebrospinal fluid to the brain. In the third part of the heart, the brain’s pressure to push the spinal cord upwards is called high blood pressure. Many times it can also be due to anxiety. High blood pressure can lead to severe problems such as coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke, and kidney failure.
Symptoms: Headache, especially back pain. Many times the pain is felt after waking up in the morning. Decreases after two to four hours, dizziness, palpitations, lack of concentration, shortness of breath, muscle weakness, swelling of legs, chest pain, nosebleeds, fatigue, neck pain. Because, smoking, being overweight, living a lazy life, taking too much salt with food, taking drugs, hereditary reasons, chronic kidney disease, adrenal, and thyroid gland problems.
Diet: Take two teaspoons of thankuni leaf juice in the morning and evening of a month. Or eat one clove of garlic twice with rice for 15 days. Dip four basil leaves and two neem leaves in 1 teaspoon of water and eat. Drink half a lemon chip of medium size in 100 grams of water 2-3 times a day.
What to do: Lose weight, eat less salt and sodium foods, walk, run, swim and exercise, avoid red meat. Reflexology points 3, 4, 6, 25, 26, 36, NP, MF For high blood pressure, the pressure is applied to each of the above points for 60 to 70 or 2 minutes with a sharp, blunt stick.
You have to use one force every 1 second. Reflexology can be done a maximum of 3-4 times a day after 6 hours. It is not advisable to do reflexology on an empty stomach or a full stomach. It can be done half an hour after eating. It is possible to cure the disease by giving therapy up to 1:10 percent of the age of the disease.
Tips: In case of high blood pressure, close your eyes and shake the little finger of both hands through the ear for 2-3 minutes.
Causes and remedies for neck pain: Most of us suffer from neck pain at some point in our lives. The cervical spine is medically called the cervical spine. The cervical spine consists of the seven vertebrae above the spine and the discs, muscles, and ligaments between the two vertebrae.
The neck extends from the skull to the seventh vertebra of the spine. The eight pairs of cervical spine nerves (nerves) provide sensation and muscle movement to the skin of the neck, shoulders, arms, lower arms, and hands, and fingers. For this, the patient with neck problems seeks the help of a doctor with various symptoms of neck, shoulders, arms, hands, or just hands.
Neck problems are more common in women than men. There are two types of neck pain: 1. Local or local pain, II. Referred pain.
Causes of neck pain: There are many reasons for neck pain, the most notable of which is-
1. Cervical spondylosis.
2. Cervical spondylitis.
3. Cervical spondylolisthesis.
4. Cervical ribs.
5. Cervical canal stenosis or narrowing of the spinal canal.
6. Cervical disc prolapse or herniation, where pressure is applied to the herniated disc nerve.
7. Muscle, bone, joint, ligament, disc (between the two vertebrae), and nerve disease or injury.
8. Sleep or insomnia in an abnormal position.
9. High blood pressure and heart disease.
10. Inflammation and erosion of bones and cartilage.
11. Osteoporosis or bone loss and fragility disease.
12. Bones become soft and curved.
13. Rheumatoid arthritis and seronegative arthritis.
14. Cervical osteoarthritis.
Symptoms: 1—Neck pain and this pain can spread to the shoulders, arms, hands, and fingers. 2—unusual feeling or numbness in the shoulders, arms, hands, and fingers, 3—Arms, hands, and fingers may be weak, 4—There is stiffness in the neck all the time and continues to grow slowly, 5—Neck movement and standing work increase pain and laboratory tests: Before treating neck pain, the necessary laboratory tests to diagnose the cause.
Treatment: Treatment of neck pain depends on the causes. The main goal of treatment is 1: cure pain and other symptoms. Normalize neck movement.
Conservative treatment: 1. Anti-inflammatory drugs, 2. Physiotherapy treatment This is a modern treatment without side effects. Different types of physiotherapy depend on medical factors.
There are various manual or manipulation therapies, therapeutic exercises, and other kinds of electromedical equipment used in this treatment; Such as interferon therapy, ultraviolet rays, microwave diathermy, ultrasound therapy, shortwave diathermy, and intermittent traction, transcutaneous electrical stimulation, etc.
And in some cases, two to three weeks of hospitalization and complete rest are required. Surgical treatment, if conservative or medical treatment is not good, if the pain continues to increase, if there are nerve problems, weakness, and numbness in the arms, hands, and fingers, and if there is no control of urination or bowel movement Depends on.
Things to do:
- Do not work long hours leaning forward.
- Do not carry any weight on the head.
- I need to take the necessary rest.
- Sleep in a firm bed.
- When sleeping, use a medium-size pillow, half of which should be placed under the head and a half under the neck.
- Even if the acute pain subsides, the neck should be lowered or raised; the twisting position should be stopped.
- Excessive physical exertion should be reduced. Never twist your neck in the saloon.
- Do not lie down or read for a long time or watch television.
- Keep the monitor at eye level while working on the computer.
References: Ajker Mymensingh