Natural Remedies For The Treatment Of Nervous System Disorders
“Nervous system disorders” commonly occur due to contraction of nerves, stress, side-effects of drugs, nutritional deficiencies of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12 and Calcium, etc. If you are experiencing problems like lack of concentration, mental weakness, early morning headaches, peevishness, vertigos or giddiness, these might be the symptoms of nervous system disorders.
The Nervous system in a human body is a system that transmits signal all over our body and helps the body to respond to its surroundings. Weakness in such network could affect the body terribly but with simple precautions, following a healthy diet and with regular physical activities and yoga, one can easily avoid weakness in the nervous system.
Here is one of the best natural remedies that works wonder when it comes to nervous system disorders. It only requires few ingredients from your kitchen and you are on your way to fight the said ailments.
Take 12 grams (6 grams for children) of jam made by the method given below. Consuming the jam every morning on an empty stomach and fasting for next hour, helps to strengthen the brain cells and forming a powerful nervous system.
- Intake of this jam is extremely beneficial in summers.
- If you consume the jam after wrapping it in silver vark, it helps you treat your burning sensation of skin, body weakness and faintness.
- Amla (Indian Gooseberry) jam is cold by its nature. Therefore, good and antiscorbutic and provides strength to heart, brain, liver and bowel.
- Eating the jam for breakfast will not only clean the stomach but also increase physical strength, swiftness and radiance in the body.
- If the Amla (Indian Gooseberry) jam prepared with the following method is eaten by a pregnant woman, it keeps the pregnant woman and her child in the womb healthy.
- It also helps to attain fair skin.
Precaution: Diabetic patients shall avoid this remedy.
- It sharpens memory.
- Improves concentration.
- Treats faintness due to mental impairment.
- It is also one of the best natural remedies for morning headaches and vertigo or giddiness.
The best method of preparing Amla (Indian Gooseberry)- Jam
- 500 grams of fresh green Amla (Indian Gooseberry
- Honey (as required)
RecipeTake 500 grams of grated fresh green Amla (Indian Gooseberry), put Amla pulp in a glass vessel and throw away the seeds. Now, fill up the vessel with honey till it reaches the brim of the vessel. Then cover the vessel with the lid, keep it under the sun for 4-5 hours daily for 10 days. The jam will be prepared in a natural way. It can be consumed just after two days of preparation. As it is prepared under the sun, the goodness and virtues of amla and honey remain intact to retain its nutrient value.
Eat 12 grams (two teaspoons) of the jam on an empty stomach for breakfast daily, for almost three to four weeks, especially in the summers. It is recommended to have a glass of warm milk after fifteen minutes. Its consumption in the month of March, April or September is deemed beneficial.This jam is useful to strengthen the functioning and efficiency of brains of people involved in mental work and students. It works as panacea for nervous system disorders, peevishness and irritability.
It has a unique combination of vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron. 100 grams of amla (Indian Gooseberry) contain 720 mg of Vitamin C, 15 IU of Vitamin A, 50 grams of Calcium, 1.5 grams of Iron. Amla (Indian Gooseberry) is the only fruit that does not lose its goodness on cooking or even on drying.
If the above method is not feasible (because of seasonal hardship) to make the jam, then consuming the grated fresh green Amla (Indian Gooseberry) with honey is also beneficial. It also helps to treat constipation and chronic stomach inflammation.
Beside the natural remedies for the problems mentioned above, you can strengthen your nervous system by making yoga a part of your daily regime. Following are some asanas that help to cure nervous weakness:
- Firstly, stretch your legs straight and swing the upper part of your body back and forth. With each swing, try to reach further with your hands, touching your knees, calves, ankles, and finally your toes.
- Secondly, bend forward to touch your knees with your hands.
- Thirdly, reach further to touch your toes with your hands.
- Fourthly, try to place your elbows at the side of your knees, and touch your knees with either your nose or your forehead.
Formation: Lie on the back with the hands locked at your mid-back, the legs and lower body are lifted so that the weight of the body is supported on the head, neck, shoulders and upper arms. The gaze is towards the toes and the sagittal and transverse line of the head is perpendicular to the midsagittal and mid frontal line of the body.
Formation:The body is completely inverted, and held upright supported by the forearms, while the crown of the head rests lightly on the floor. This is called “the King of all asanas”
4. Yoga Nidra
Formation: It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions.
5. Uttan Padasana
Formation: It is an asana where a person lies supine with the legs, held together, raised straight upwards.