Finding an effective treatment for sciatic nerve pain relief can be like finding a needle in a haystack. Treatments that may work for some, may not necessarily work for you. Meanwhile, you might be suffering from moderate to severe pain in the small of your back into the back of your thighs and legs.
Sciatic nerve pain relievers
There are plenty of pills, lotions and drugs which are intended to supply you quick relief, but many come with side effects and are used in potentially addictive dosages. We will explore some simple home remedies that have proven to provide natural sciatic nerve pain relief.
Do some yoga poses. Research or go to a yoga professional and discover out some yoga poses that are known to reduce pain and strain on your spine. Yoga not only reduces stress, but also calms you and reduces anxiety when doing the breathing and concentration exercises.
Drink plenty of water. You should never get dried when using this kind of nerve pain. Drink plenty of water to keep your body muscles hydrated and stop them from putting intense pressure on the nerve.
Eat magnesium rich foods. I had a client who ate peanuts when he felt sciatic nerve pain coming on. The high magnesium content of peanuts stopped his pain almost immediately. Of course, if you’ve got a peanut allergy, this treatment may not be for you. Other foods high in magnesium include walnuts, pistachios, cashews, almonds, organic beans and peanuts. It is sensible to always keep a supply of these sorts of helpful foods at hand, especially for sciatic nerve pain relief.
Epsom salt bath
Take an Epsom Salt Bath. Epsom salt can be found in any neighborhood drug store. Liberally add to the water in your tub and have a relaxing bath. The Epsom salts are known to naturally draw toxins out of the human body along with sedate the nervous system. It may also be beneficial because Epsom salt when dissolved in water is known to ease tension and improve sleep and concentration. A outstanding treatment for sciatic nerve pain.
A cold shower
Take a cold shower. Yes, the reverse of the Epsom salt bath can also be helpful when experiencing pain. Cold showers are known to loosen up your body muscles and reduce some built up inflammation. You can also do this first before doing your Epsom salt bath.
You don’t have to survive, and you might not also have to look in the medicine cupboard if you’re trying to find a quick relief from sciatica. These simple methods are not dangerous or addictive, so give them a try next time you need relief.