Can Neck Pain Cause Eye Pressure

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23 Ways To Get Rid Of Inflammation and Joint Pain Saturday Strategy

Hey friend! Drew Canole. I am so jest up tobe here. We're in Lake Murray, Southern California at its finest. It's absolutelygorgeous out today and what better way to spend our day than you and me talking aboutsomething that I'm passionate about and I know a lot of you need help with. What isité Inflammation. Inflammation attacks us when we least expect it. We go to bed, wewake up in pain, we twist our neck it doesn't make us capable of being the fullest expressionof who you and I are. So today we are attacking inflammation headon. I wanna show you the11 things to eliminate, eradicate and destroy from your life and I also wanna show you 23remedies that can help inflammation when it

sets in but first we have to understand thetwo primary pathways for your body to heal inflammation on its own. Get the primary andyou have the secondary pathway to eliminate it. So if we help the body with the primarypathway of detoxification, of giving it the right foods, of eliminating the bad thingsthen that secondary response doesn't kick on. You start to feel better. So let's talkabout the 11 things to eliminate and cut back on righté Some of these are gonna be prettyhard to eliminate right away and I get that but to cut back on to help with that primarypathway of getting rid of inflammation on the body. Number one, processed food. Youheard me talk about it. Sugar, dairy, wheat.

If you are in a polluted area make sure youget an air purifier to clean your house. Smoking, ugh! Not good for inflammation at all. Ifyou're smoking and you're taking pain killers at the same time, double bad okayéDon't be doing that stuff or at least try to eliminate it slowly okayé Alcohol, transfats,omega 6's, fatty acids, MSG and sleep. Sleep is the big ticker. If you're getting enoughsleep it will help eliminate that. Your kidneys works when you're, at night its purifyingyour blood so it's exactly what you want. So sleep, bar none is the most important thing.‘Right my friend, have a seat. Let's talk about this real quick. So 23 things we cando to get rid of inflammation. Number one

is Omega 3's righté Omega 3's deliverin the process of getting rid of toxic. Inflammation build up in your body. Number two is greens.You've seen all of our juicing tutorials. I'm a firm believer of drinking greens in themorning on an empty stomach, you know that's why we do warm water and lemon, stimulatethat digestive fire as they talked about neuro data and then having the green juice afterwardsso that you a absorb the phytochemicals, amino, enzymes and that's if you're travelingor whatever you're doing that's why a lot of people are actually taking the Organifiwith them so they get the green superfood first thing in the morning. Very powerfulstuff. And then gut health righté Inflammation

starts in the gut with the food that we eat.80% of our immune system is in the gut so that's why you wanna eat the foods likewe talked about on last week's Saturday Strategy that are loaded with probiotics.Prebiotics, things to stimulate that immune system and help you heal. Hydration is absolutelykey. Listen, 80% of the country is chronically dehydrated. Drink your water, six liters atleast. Drop a little Celtic sea salt in there for your minerals, absolutely amazing foryou. One of my favorite teas is actually turmeric and ginger tea. You've seen me make tutorialsabout this. Really good for you. Epsom salt bath at night. One of my favorite things todo is add a little Epsom salt, sit in there,

relax, meditate, breath, lower that cortisollevel and just let that magnesium absorb through your skin. One of the best ways that leadsme to the next one which is magnesium. Magnesium is quintessential. I've a calm supplementI take from home, couple of dose a day make you feel absolutely amazing. Nine is oliveoil righté They've done research on this. They tested olive oil against ibuprofen, justone and a half tablespoons of olive oil is equivalent to 200 milligrams of ibuprofen.Dandelion greens, as I mentioned two weeks ago in 23 ways to cleanse your body, Dandeliongreens help promote bile in your digestive track which helps eliminate toxins as wellplus they're loaded with vitamins A, C and

Migraine Chronic Sinusitis Dizziness EarEye PainPressure Abnormal HearingSmellTasteTouch

When you hear someone say they get migraines,you probably think of headaches, really BAD headaches. But in fact, the symptoms associatedwith migraine disorders are widely varied. What can some of those symptoms feel likeé It felt like my skull couldn't accommodatethe balloon that someone was blowing up inside of my head. Instead of just the sensitivity to light,I was now getting sensitivity to sound and to feeling. My headaches affected me at school becauseI missed a lot of the papers we were doing. It affected my playtime because when theywere being loud I couldn't play because it was too loud. And the one time that I had a migraineso severely they did not know if it was a

migraine or a stroke. Very scary situation. The spinning sensation occurred wheneverI moved my head. Even slight movement like this or like this. There's a squishiness in my ear that neverleaves, and I also noticed that I smell things that other people don't smell and I tastethings that are have a odd taste to them, that are not recognized by others. Recently I've been experiencing unexplainedodors. They're very strange and they range from smells of exhaust to sweet smells ofchocolate or of popcorn. I would pull into my driveway, get out ofthe car, and I would have a feeling that I

was still moving or I would even look at thecar and think maybe my car was rolling. I did recently find out that aphasia couldbe an aspect of this atypical migraine symptom, and my husband and I almost have a joke aboutit. I'll be speaking, and I'll just raise my eyebrows and point to him, and he'll saythe word I can't find. I get carsick a lot and it makes my head hurtand my stomach hurt. I'm Katey's mother and we both suffer from migraines. I also experienced carsickness as a child. There is a family history with migraines inthe family, mainly the women. I am still left with the same problems, thesame ear pain, the same pressure, the same

vestibular disturbance. The antibiotics didnothing. I believe I've seen three or four differentEar, Nose, and Throat s who have sent me for Xrays, MRIs, CAT scans I'm not surewhat all tests, but they've all come back negative. By chance he said, quot;Have you tried magnesiuméquot;First I was so surprised that he was taking me seriously, that I just started to laugh. I started taking Nortriptyline, and that helped for a while. I've been on the Topamax now for 6 monthsand I've had no sinus symptoms whatsoever, and I can't tell you how much that has changed my life.

The other thing that I was really interestedin was the neurophysical therapy. I did that for about 3 months and that has been to datethe most effective intervention that I've done so far. So it got to the point where I can wear socks,I don't have to think twice of which is the worst bra, which is the best bra. I canactually get dressed, um, the sensitivity is I would say 95% gone. One of the things I'm learning about auditoryprocessing disorder with migraines and other symptoms is also the fact that depressionis linked with some of the symptoms. And to know that my symptoms both collaborate together and they're really one symptom is giving hope

that maybe the ear pain will go away, theear ringing will go away, the pressure in my sinuses will go away, the headache painwill go away, and I'll get a boost!.

Myofascial Pain Syndrome and Trigger Points Treatments Animation

Myofascial pain syndrome is a common chronicpain disorder that can affect various parts of the body. Myofascial pain syndrome is characterizedby presence of hyperirritable spots located in skeletal muscle called trigger points.A trigger point can be felt as a band or a nodule of muscle with harder than normal consistency.Palpation of trigger points may elicit pain in a different area of the body. This is calledreferred pain. Referred pain makes diagnosis difficult as the pain mimics symptoms of morewellknown common conditions. For example, trigger point related pain in the head andneck region may manifest as tension headache, temporomandibular joint pain, eye pain, ortinnitus.

Symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome includeregional, persistent pain, commonly associated with limited range of motion of the affectedmuscle. The pain is most frequently found in the head, neck, shoulders, extremities,and lower back. Trigger points are developed as a result ofmuscle injury. This can be acute trauma caused by sport injury, accident, or chronic muscleoveruse brought by repetitive occupational activities, emotional stress or poor posture.A trigger point is composed of many contraction knots where individual muscle fibers contractand cannot relax. These fibers make the muscle shorter and constitute a taut band a groupof tense muscle fibers extending from the

trigger point to muscle attachment. The sustainedcontraction of muscle sarcomeres compresses local blood supply, resulting in energy shortageof the area. This metabolic crisis activates pain receptors, generating a regional painpattern that follows a specific nerve passage. The pain patterns are therefore consistentand are well documented for various muscles. Treatment of myofascial pain syndrome aimsto release trigger points and return the affected muscle to original length and strength. Commontreatment options include: Manual therapy, such as massage, involvesapplication of certain amount of pressure to release trigger points. The outcome ofmanual therapy strongly depends on the skill

level of the therapist. The Spray and Stretch technique makes use of a vapor coolant to quickly decrease skintemperature while passively stretching the target muscle. A sudden drop in skin temperatureprovides a pain relief effect, allowing the muscle to fully stretch, and thus releasingthe trigger points. Trigger point injections with saline, localanesthetics or steroids are well accepted as effective treatments for myofascial triggerpoints. Dry needling insertion of a needle withoutinjecting any solution is reported to be as effective as injections.

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