Nearly all of your body’s functions are controlled by your nervous system. It is frequently referred to as the command centre because it regulates a variety of functions that you don’t even notice, like breathing. In a sense, your nervous system is what makes you human because it gives you the ability to comprehend the environment. Everything connected to your health is impacted by the nervous system. The nervous system controls how you react to emotional situations. The nervous system is also responsible for allowing you to move however you want. Your memory and thought processes are managed by your nervous system. The nervous system also regulates the aging process. Your ability to feel, touch, see, taste, and hear things is affected. Your digestive system is even under its control. It also regulates physical growth.

Ayurvedic Viewpoint on the Nervous System.

According to Ayurveda, each person has a unique body composition. All living things are built on the foundation of the five elements: fire, earth, ether, water, and air. Your distinct physical, psychological, and physiological make-up is determined by your doshas. 

A person’s constitution is made up of various ratios of each of these three Doshas. One person stands out from others because of this. According to Ayurvedic theory, the Vata dosha controls the nervous system.

According to Ayurveda, Dhatu essentially serves as the support system for the Sarira (body), Manas (mind), and Prana (life force). Ayurveda recognizes seven Dhatus in total, the Majja Dhatu being one of them.

The term “nervous system” (Majja Dhatu) is used in Ayurveda. This includes the skull, vertebrae, spinal cord, and other body parts. Majja Dhatu supervises the physical characteristics, strength, bone nutrition, and mental and emotional state while regulating and controlling the functions of the brain and nervous system. Majja Dhatu suffers tremendously as a result of the negative effects of the modern lifestyle, coupled with bad eating habits, sleep problems, and emotional suppression. Problems with the brain are induced by imbalances in the optimal levels of the three Doshas, although the Vata Dosha is primarily responsible for the nervous system’s proper functioning. Vata denotes movement, and an imbalance of this Dosha level can manifest in nerve disorders such as worry, stress, and sadness, as well as a variety of psychological issues, some of which can be significant and life-threatening.

Management through Fusion Therapy:

Neurovedic Holistic Healthcare believes in root cause analysis of the disease. The experienced panel of team work on causes rather than the symptoms for long lasting relief and eradication of the disease. Neurotherapy helps in the induction of brain’s metabolism, circulation and oxygen levels in order to restore and balance the body’s energy forces. Ayurvedic medication helps in relaxing and soothing the central nervous system. Yoga and meditation alleviate the mind and body both. In addition to supporting healthy behaviour and preventing diseases, counselling improves patient’s quality of life.

High blood sugar can cause diabetic neuropathy or nerve damage. You can prevent or reduce its progression by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and keeping your blood sugar within the desired range.

Managing your blood sugar is a crucial component of your diabetes treatment plan. Not only can it improve your day-to-day health, but it can also avoid serious health issues in the future.

Nerve injury is a potential complication of high blood sugar levels for an extended period of time. High blood sugar can harm your nerves, preventing them from communicating with different regions of your body. Nerve injury can result in various health issues, ranging from moderate numbness to debilitating pain that makes regular activities difficult.

Fifty percent of people with diabetes have nerve damage. You can avoid or delay it by maintaining blood sugar levels as close as feasible to your goal range. You will also have more energy and feel better when you do this!

Symptoms of nerve injury typically develop gradually, so it’s crucial to recognize them early so you may take action to prevent the condition from worsening.

Type of Nerve Injury

There are four principal varieties of nerve injury. There can be multiple types. The symptoms of nerve damage depend on the type of nerve damage and which nerves are affected.

  1. Peripheral nerve damage

  2. Autonomic Nerve Damage

  3. Proximal Nerve Damage

  4. Focal Nerve Damage

1.Peripheral nerve damage

Have your feet experienced “pins and needles” or tingling? Perhaps you feel like you are wearing gloves or socks when you are not. Your feet may be extremely sensitive to touch; even a bed sheet may cause pain. All of these are signs of peripheral nerve injury.

Diabetes is the most prevalent cause of peripheral nerve damage, which affects your hands, feet, legs, and arms. It typically begins in the feet, frequently in both feet simultaneously.

Other possible symptoms include:

Pain or heightened sensitivity at night, especially.
Weakness or numbness.
Severe foot issues, including ulcers, infections, and bone and joint discomfort.
You may not notice the pressure or damage that causes blisters or sores, which can progress to infections, non-healing sores, or ulcers. Occasionally, surgical amputation is necessary.

Early detection and treatment of foot issues can reduce the likelihood of a major infection. Learn how to take care of your feet, including how to do a self-examination and what shoes to wear.

2.Autonomic Nerve Destruction

Damage to autonomic nerves affects the heart, bladder, stomach, intestines, genitourinary organs, and eyes. Possible symptoms include:

Problems with the bladder or intestines may result in urine leaks, constipation, or diarrhea.
Nausea, appetite loss, and vomiting.
Variations in how your eyes adjust from bright to dim lighting.
Reduced sexual response, including erectile dysfunction in men and vaginal dryness in women.

3.Proximal Nerve Destruction

Damage to proximal nerves affects the nerves in the thighs, hips, buttocks, and legs. Additionally, it might affect the abdomen and chest. Possible symptoms include:

Extreme discomfort in the hip, thigh, or buttock.
Difficulty rising from a seated position.
Extreme abdominal discomfort.

4.Focal Nerve Injury

The most common sites of focal nerve injury are the hand, head, chest, and leg. Possible symptoms include:

Vision concentrating difficulties or double vision.

Behind one eye, ache.

 To move one side of the face (Bell’s palsy).

Tingling or numbness in the hands or fingers.

Hand weakness that may cause you to drop objects.

 Experience If any of these symptoms, make a note of them and inform our doctor in our clinic in Neurovedic


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