Myopathy is the death of the endings of nerve cells, in which there is a violation of the contractility of skeletal muscles, as well as slowly progressive atrophy of muscles and organs. The disease is more often hereditary, but it can also be the result of injury or infection.

The cause of myopathy may be an improper lifestyle, poor nutrition or a lack of vitamins of group B and vitamin E in the body. Mostly men are susceptible to this disease.

Treatment of folk remedies for myopathy

Traditional healers advise to carry out daily massage of the whole body and its parts at home in case of myopathy. Massage stimulates blood circulation, eliminates blood stagnation both in individual muscles and throughout the body, improves blood supply and muscle nutrition;

Traditional medicine claims that feasible physical exercises play a very important role in the treatment and prevention of myopathy, which improve metabolic processes in the body and increase muscle strength and vitality;

Traditional Healers Council:

It is very useful to wipe the patient with a napkin dipped in cold water and wrung out 3 times a day (or at least before bedtime) every day.

First you need to wipe the chest, then the back and then the limbs. Continue the treatment of myopathy until the symptoms of the disease completely disappear.

The procedure should last no more than 2 minutes, and after it you need to be warm for some time. You can add a little apple cider vinegar to cold water (in the absence of apple cider vinegar, you can use ordinary vinegar). You can wipe the body with clean vinegar without mixing it with water;

Angelica tincture, folk remedy:

Pour angelica root with vodka in a ratio of 4: 1 and leave for 9 days in a dark place. Before going to bed, after wiping it down, rub the tincture into the legs, arms, chest and back and then wrap yourself in a blanket. Rubbing with mopathy should be done daily, combining them with rubdowns or without them;

Home baths, folk experience:

It is useful for myopathy, 1-2 times a week to take hot baths with Epsom salt (it can be replaced with sea salt available in pharmacies, or ordinary salt mixed with birch ash or without ash): per 100 liters of water (half the volume of a standard bath ) you need 3-5 kg ​​of salt;

Foot baths for myopathy, alternative treatment:

Every day (if the state of health does not allow, then every other day) you need to do foot baths. Prepare 2 tanks with a capacity of 20-30 liters, fill one tank with cold water and the other with hot water.

Dip your feet in hot water, hold them there until redness and then dip them in a tank of cold water for 30-40 seconds. Do this procedure 5-7 times. At the end, place your feet in hot water for 20-40 minutes, then in cold water for 1-2 minutes.

After the procedure, your feet should be warm for some time. You can add a little red pepper to hot water.

For baths, you can use decoctions based on oat straw, hay dust, pine twigs, burdock root, birch leaves. In the evenings, it is advisable to do cleansing enemas.


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