Tips For Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain Relief

Tips For Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain Relief

Do You Have Trigeminal Neuralgia? Check Out These Tips and Find Relief Fast!

Guest Post By Rania Paula

Trigeminal neuralgia is also called as the suicide disorder and is described to have the worst pain experienced by humankind. This is because the pain is not like the usual ones you might experience but is similar to the electric shock. This is owing to the electrical fault in the nerve system present in the body. With the help of a neurologist, you can have some relief from this condition but it is not a permanent relief. However, it is a challenging task to conquer but with some easy tips, you can get some good amount of motivation and encouragement to cope up with this medical condition.

Be comfortable wherever you are:

When you are at your home, remember to not to be alone. Have a speakerphone to place your calls. Make friendships with patients with such medical condition. You can seek much advice from fellow patients and the feeling that you are not alone would give enough confidence to face this medical condition. Apart from interacting, you will have friends who will understand what you are going through.

Next Page

ADHD Medications for Children: Side Effects and Research

Medications known as stimulants have long been employed in the treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. These medications improve a chemical imbalance in the brain which is causing the symptoms. A number of neuro-imaging studies have shown that the brain functioning of ADHD patients does improve and appears to be more like the normal group after they have taken their prescribed medication. The Drug Digest provides an excellent synopsis on the use of stimulants with children and adults. For updates on new medications and warning about medications the FDA website is your best source of information.

Next Page

9 Surprising External Signs You Have Inflammation Inside Your Body….

While inflammation is often thought of us an internal problem, it’s often possible to spot signs of inflammation externally, in the form of acne, rashes, and swelling — among other things. “The skin is our largest organ and its relatively rapid cell turnover makes it a window to our overall health,” Kristin Koskinen, RDN, LD, CD, a registered dietitian nutritionist, tells Bustle. So even though these symptoms may seem minor, try not to ignore them.

Do keep in mind, however, that not all inflammation is created equally. And not all inflammation is bad. “Inflammation is the body’s response to injury or infection and in acute situations, is a necessary part of the healing process,” Koskinen says. “However, when inflammation becomes chronic, it becomes the source of diseases often related to aging, including diabetes, heart disease … and Alzheimer’s disease.”

If you notice signs of inflammation, let your doctor know so they can look into the underlying cause. And, consider making a few lifestyle changes. “Eat a variety of anti-inflammatory foods, such as those high in fiber, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, herbs and spices, teas, sea vegetables, [and] wild-caught fish,” Dr. Josh Axe, CNM, CNS, DC tells Bustle. “Foods high in antioxidants help to reduce damage caused by inflammation by providing phytonutrients like vitamin C and E, curcumin, flavonoids, omega-3 fatty acids, and reservatrol.”

It also never hurts to reduce your stress levels, get more rest, and follow up with your doctor if you’re still having symptoms. Here are few external signs of internal inflammation, according to experts.


Ashley Batz/Bustle

While acne can be caused by clogged pores, excess sebum, and bacteria, “one of the key triggers of acne is inflammation,” board-certified dermatologist Tsippora Shainhouse, MD, FAAD tells Bustle. “Specifically acne rosacea and painful cystic acne are the types that present with stress and hormone-induced inflammation.”

For this type of acne to go away, it’s often necessary to treat it internally, as well as externally. “Management includes antibiotics, retinoids, and hormonal regulation, when applicable,” Dr. Shainhouse says.

Next Page

ADHD and Messiness: What You Need to Know…..

At a Glance

  • Many kids with ADHD are messy.
  • ADHD challenges can make it hard to get organized and keep things tidy.
  • There are strategies you can try to help your child be less messy.

Some kids are naturally neat. They keep their things fairly organized and try to avoid mess. Others aren’t always so tidy. But many kids with ADHD (also known as ADD) are messy most of the time, which can cause problems at home and at school.

Kids who can’t find their supplies in their messy desk at school might not have time to finish an in-class assignment. They might miss a field trip because the permission slip got lost in their overflowing backpack. And they might repeatedly get in trouble for having a messy room, even after being told to clean it up.

Next Page