How can you treat cramps in your right leg that are so bad you can't sleep and cold compresses don't help?
You might need more potassium in your diet. Eat more bananas. Also, go see a doctor to make sure that it is not something more serious.
Definitely yes! Hypnosis can treat sleep disorders. Hypnosis session can help you overcome this problem and restore your restful sleep as you gain the calm and reassurance to help you consistently sleep through the night. It also helps you encourage restful sleep as you develop the skills to sleep deeply as soon as your head hits the pillow.
HEAT. Heat is something you would NOT want to do to a Sprain; such as a sprained ankle. Cold compresses for about 20 minute segments is good and try not to walk on the injured limb as much as possible. Elevate it often . Also alternating between WARM ( NOT HOT ) compresses and cold compresses is Very beneficial as Warmth helps to reduce swelling while cold helps ease the pain of the sprain.
Menstrual cramps are a result of hormone-like chemicals called prostagladins which cause the uterus to contract to push out menstrual flow, if you produce too many of these they will cause constrictions in the blood vessels supplying the uterus. If your menstrual cramps are severe it can also be a sign of a more serious underlying problem, Endometriosis in particular can explain very severe cramping - if you suffer severe menstrual cramps you should talk…
Chamomile is an herb that comes from flowering plant. Chamomile is used to treat everyday ailments like of insomnia and other sleep disorders, skin conditions such as chickenpox and diaper rash, stomach problems such as ulcers, menstrual cramps and also used for anxiety and panic attacks. So i prefer to drink chamomile tea.
The first and most important step is to treat the infection causing the swelling with antibiotics. The swelling will respond to rest and elevation of the legs (if that is where the affected area is) which is important to successfully treat the disease. Cold compresses are said to help with the pain and swelling. Doctors can provide you with the correct circulation hose to improve circulation.
Yes. A medical device called a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure system is used to treat sleep apnea. A CPAP system is actually a computer-controlled pump, and a prescription from a physician is required to purchase one. The website maintained by the American Sleep Apnea Association provides more information. Sleep apnea is serious and should be treated as soon as possible.