Get Rid of Neuritis Naturally

When a nerve or group of nerves become inflamed, it is called neuritis. if several different groups of nerves become inflamed, this is known as polyneuritis. Neuritis is often caused by the presence of toxins in your body fluids, which could be the result of bad diet, poor habits of living, being overworked, deficiencies in your diet and metabolic disturbances. Neuritis can affect both primary nerves and peripheral nerves and is an incredibly painful condition. Neuropathies and conditions such as Bell’s palsy are forms of neuritis.


How do I know if I have neuritis?

  • Tingling
  • Burning
  • Stabbing pains in affected nerves
  • Numbness
  • Loss of sensation
  • Paralysis of nearby muscles
  • Inability to control facial muscles (acute cases)


How do I prevent neuritis?

  • Manage underlying conditions such as diabetes
  • Eat a healthy diet
  • Make sure you get plenty of B12
  • Get regular exercise
  • Avoid repetitive motions
  • Avoid cramped positions
  • Avoid exposure to toxic chemicals
  • Stop smoking
  • Avoid excessive alcohol consumption


How can I treat neuritis?

  • Drink a cup of soya bean milk mixed with a teaspoon of honey every night to help strengthen the nervous system
  • Drink barley brew with buttermilk and the juice of half a lime
  • Drink raw carrot and spinach juice daily, as they are full of vitamins and minerals that those with neuritis are often deficient in
  • Drink tea made from orange flowers or eat fresh orange flowers with honey to help strengthen nerves and treat neuritis
  • Increase your intake of the B-vitamins
  • Bathe with Epsom salts 2-3 times a week
  • Consider using a tens machine to help dull the pain of neuritis
  • Alternative treatments such as acupuncture, biofeedback and massage can help to relieve the pain of neuritis and generally do not have side effects
  • Consider taking capsaisin tablets to help reduce the pain of burning and skin irritation
  • Walk every day to improve bloodflow to leg and foot nerves
  • Take an evening primrose oil supplement to help repair and regrow damaged nerve cells
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