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Pinched Nerves

The most common things caused by pinched nerves include: pain, burning sensation, numbness, crawling sensation, muscle spasm, muscle weakness, headaches, low back pain, mid back pain, neck pain, pain down the arms, pain down the legs, dizziness, ringing in the ears, neuralgia, inflammation, insomnia, sciatica, organ malfunctions, stomach pain, abdominal pain, cramps, painful menstruation and indigestion.

The most common causes of pinched nerves include: improper lifting, improper twisting, sports injuries, car accidents, industrial injuries, home injuries, incorrect posture, obesity, mental and/or emotional stress, junk food, mal-combined food, vitamin, mineral, nutrient, and/or amino acid deficiencies, muscle spasms, poisons, chemicals, lack of rest or sleep, lack of exercise, viruses, bacteria, fungus, ameba, parasites, dehydration, food poisoning, eating too much fatty food, eating processed food, eating rancid oils, eating over cooked food, negative thoughts, edema, swelling, tight or poorly fitting cloths, uniforms or shoes, incorrect sitting, incorrect walking, incorrect lying, incorrect running, incorrect bending, too hard, too soft, too lumpy, or too short of a bed and other improper or dangerous activities.

The things in print next have helped many people to curb the effects of pinched nerves.

Swedish Massage

Deep Tissue Massage

Sports Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Shiatsu

Reflexology

Chair Massage

Antioxidant/Alkaline water

Nutrition

Exercise

Manipulation

Physiotherapies: Therapeutic laser, micro-current therapy, saunas, hot packs.

Vitamins:

Beta-Carotene: 10,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin A: 5,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin D3: 50 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin E: 400 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin K: 20 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin C: 2,000 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Bioflavonoid: 500 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Folic Acid: 150 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-1: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-2: 50 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Niacin: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

Vitamin B-6: 200 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-12: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Biotin: 50 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Choline: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Inositol: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin F: 25 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Minerals:

Magnesium: 300 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Calcium: 200 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Chromium: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Copper: 1 milligram, 3 times a day, with meals

Iodine: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Iron: 10 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Manganese: 1 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Molybdenum: 10 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Potassium: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, with meals

Selenium: 50 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Zinc: 10 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Amino Acids:

L-Phenylalanine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Methionine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Isoleucine: 150 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Valine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

American Herbs:

Mullein

Lobelia

Quaking Aspen

Slippery elm

Willow

Wintergreen

Chinese Herbs:

Schizonepta: 15 grams

Notopterygium: 10 grams

Angelica: 10 grams

Ligusticum: 10 grams

Bupleurum: 10 grams

Platycodon: 10 grams

Bitter Orange: 5 grams

Poria: 5 grams

Mentha: 5 grams

Licorice: 5 grams

Homeopathic Remedies:

Aconitum Napellus

Arsenicum Album

Bellis Perennis

Hamamelis Birginica

Other Supplements:

Superoxide Dismutase (SOD): 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Garlic: 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Spirulina: 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Specific Foods:

Papaya, Pineapple, Beets, Alfalfa

To treat the unwelcome health outcomes caused by pinched nerves as with any other unwelcome health outcomes, it would be of the highest importance to the curative process to get an understanding of the nature of the cause or causes of your pinched nerves and alter it or them and find the things which are gainful for your condition, then consume, have and/or do as many of these as you can.

An example of this would be if a person was lifting improperly and they pulled a bone out of place in their low back, which pinched on a nerve, which caused low back pain and leg pain. They could receive chiropractic manipulation to get the bone off of the nerve and have the things necessary to rejuvenate the body from the damage that was done. Then the person could get to the most underlying cause of the problem by learning how to lift properly and by utilizing what they learned. Thereby avoiding the cause of the problem so that it does not return in the future from that same cause and of course a smart thing to do would be to learn all of the other causes of back and leg pain and avoid all of those as well and to learn all of the other things to do to strengthen the back so that they have a decreased possibility of having problems with their back or legs in the future.

POISONS, EFFECTS OF

This newsletter was written by Dr. Gerald Krause D.C., who is currently and has been a Holistic Doctor of Chiropractic since 1979 and is the director of Krause Holistic Spa and Alta Massage College, serving Southern California, especially the South Bay and Los Angeles Harbor areas: Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Torrance, Manhattan Beach, Lawndale, Gardenia, Hawthorne, El Segundo, San Pedro, Wilmington, Lomita, Harbor City, Carson and Long Beach.

Poisons can be the complete cause or a portion of the cause of an abundant number of undesirable health consequences. Some of the most common include: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, cramps, diarrhea, liver pain, kidney pain, spleen pain, lung pain, pain down the arms, pain down the legs, low back pain, mid back pain, neck pain, headaches, arthritis, asthma, adrenal disorders, acne, anemia, high blood pressure, bronchitis, colds, flus, ear infections, sore throats, coughs, dizziness, heart pain, hemorrhoids, indigestion, inflammation, insomnia, leucorrhea, menopause symptoms, menstrual symptoms, nervousness, neuralgia, night sweats, obesity, prostrate problems, sciatica, sinus congestion, stomach pain, tonsillitis, incomplete urination, varicose veins and psoriasis.

Some of the most common things people are poisoned by in the United States include: drugs, tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, mercury, lead and pesticides.

The things revealed next have helped many people to reduce the effects of poisons.

Swedish Massage

Deep Tissue Massage

Sports Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Shiatsu

Reflexology

Chair Massage

Antioxidant/Alkaline water

Nutrition

Exercise

Manipulation

Physiotherapies: Therapeutic laser, micro-current therapy, saunas, hot packs.

Vitamins:

Beta-Carotene: 15,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin A: 10,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin D3: 100 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin E: 400 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin K: 50 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin C: 2,500 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Bioflavonoid: 750 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Folic Acid: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-1: 50 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-2: 50 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Niacin: 200 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

Vitamin B-5: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-6: 50 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-12: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Biotin: 200 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Choline: 500 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

Inositol: 500 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

PABA: 50 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin F: 50 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Minerals:

Magnesium: 400 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Calcium: 200 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Chromium: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Copper: 1 milligram, 3 times a day, with meals

Iodine: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Iron: 10 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Manganese: 1 milligram, 3 times a day, with meals

Molybdenum: 15 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Potassium: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Selenium: 200 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Zinc: 30 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Amino Acids:

Dl-Phenylalanine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Methionine 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Lysine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Leucine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Isoleucine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Threonine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

American Herbs:

Chaparral

Garlic

Dandelion

Black Currant

Black Thorn

Lemon

Smooth Elder

Ginger

Plumb

Chinese Herbs:

Astragalus: 12 grams

Ginseng: 10 grams

Prepared Rehmannia: 10 grams

Schisandra: 10 grams

Cimicifuga: 5 grams

Licorice: 2 grams

Homeopathic Remedies:

Arsenicum Album

Belladonna

Mercurius Hydrargyrum

Conium

Latrodectus-Mactans

Ataricus Muscaricus Amanita

Other Supplements:

Garlic: 3 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Superoxide Dismutase (SOD): 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Alfalfa: 4 tables, 3 times a day, with meals

Spirulina: 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Specific Foods:

Apples, Pineapples, Papaya, Bananas, Pears.

To treat the adverse health aftermaths caused by poisons as with any other adverse health aftermaths, it would be of the uppermost importance to the therapeutic process to get an understanding of the nature of the cause or causes of your contact with poisons and change it or them and find the things which are useful for your condition, then eat, drink, have and/or do as many of these as you can.

An example of this would be: if you smoked tobacco which raised your blood sugar level and poisoned and irritated your pancreas, which caused the pancreas to lower the blood sugar level too much, causing low blood sugar, also called hypoglycemia, which caused chronic nervousness, tiredness and dizziness. In this instance you would want to stop smoking, which would eliminate the very most underlying cause of the problem, then use what is needed to rejuvenate the pancreas and the lungs from the damage that was done and use what is needed to detoxify the pancreas and the lungs from the excess poisons from the smoking, thereby eliminating the nervousness, dizziness and tiredness. Of course it would be intelligent to do to find all of the other causes of nervousness, dizziness and tiredness and avoid all of those and find all of the things that you can which make your body healthier and do as many of those as you can possibly do to strengthen your body against any possible future problems.