When we rest, it helps to alleviate the problem temporarily, but it does not resolve it.
Sciatic Nerve Pain Causes
Sciatica can result from a variety of causes, though the main one is a herniated disc that compresses the nerve root; this is responsible for around 90% of all cases.
Other common causes are lumbar stenosis, spondylolisthesis, arthritis, and tumors.
Sciatic nerve pain can also be caused by pressure arising from a dysfunctional sacroiliac joint or the piriformis muscle.
Pregnant women can also experience sciatic nerve pain.
Between 5% and 10% of people who suffer from lower back pain have sciatica.
Typically, it occurs mainly in the 45 to 64 age group and its risk factors are associated with height, mental stress, and smoking.
It is also more likely to occur in people who carry out frequent lifting and driving.
Typically, symptoms of sciatica include:
-Unilateral leg pain which is stronger that lower back pain
-Pain the radiates to the feet and toes
-Numbness in the above regions
-Increased pain when a leg is raised
-Only one nerve root is affected
-Symptoms can also depend on the origin of the injured nerve, in other words, the spinal segment of the lower back from which it emerges
Remember that the treatment should be done at night, before sleep:
First, put about 10 liters of water in a bucket;
The water should be at the highest temperature that can be supported by the feet;
After that, add a handful of salt and a half liter of apple cider vinegar;
Shake the mixture well;
Then, put your feet in the bucket and keep them there until the water cools;
When you are removing your feet, you should rinse them and wrap them in a dry towel. Then, go straight to bed to sleep;
Remember to keep your feet warm. Therefore, it is recommended to sleep with a towel, a sheet or a blanket wrapping them to be very hot.
In the morning, get out of bed with slippers and do not step on the floor without them. Do not be barefoot until it’s time for a shower.
After the first treatment, the pain will go away. You should repeat this procedure every six months or when you feel the pain again, and believe us, the results will amaze you.