Neuralgia is known as irritation or inflammation of one or more nerves that cause sudden pain, sharp and intense it starts, first, at one point and then spreads to nearby areas leading to many
that can be similar to other illnesses. Neuralgia is also referred to as peripheral neuralgia
In the case of facial neuralgia, the pain may begin on the cheeks and then can be spread to the forehead or to the chin. When pain affects the shoulder, it can spread to the arm or ribs. The symptoms usually develop in the form of attacks or attacks which may be triggered by diseases such as shingles that affects the intercostal nerves, a bad cold or a tooth with advanced cavity, wound healing, exposure to sudden changes in the temperature (hot or cold), certain movements (such as when lifting a weight by adopting an improper posture), calcium deficiency or vitamin B, alcohol abuse, stress, nervousness or depression.
Even the changes in the vertebrae, a misalignment of the jaw or a dislocation of the joints that pinch the nerves or muscles tensed and contracted can cause neuralgia.
- Maintaining a balanced diet rich in whole grains
- Consume yeast, as this dietary supplement containing vitamin B which is very effective in preventing neuralgia.
- Do not drink alcohol, which can have detrimental effects on the nerves.
- Practice regular exercises to loosen and relax smooth muscles and shrink and stretch your legs and rotating the joints of the feet if you have more propensity to suffer from neuralgia in those areas.
- Avoid chewing gum, eating hard candy, and grit your teeth if it is likely to suffer from facial neuralgia.
If you already have neuralgia here are some recommendations that may help:
- Adopt a special diet for cases of neuralgia in the jaw area with fluids and soft foods that require little mastication to swallowing. In this way, you avoid the constant effort of the muscles in the painful area.
- Medical assistance if he neuralgia produces a highly intense pain or persists after 10 days.
If you have any Neuralgia Symptoms do not let it go on long before seeking medical help. This way you may save yourself further pain in the long run. The nerves in the body can be tricky and set off or be a warning of other conditions that may interfere with how the body functions. Many people thing the pain will just go away, well sometimes it does, but if it lasts for more than a few days without subsiding seek medical attention.