+ Q.1 What results in paralysis?
- Ans. The total loss of movement in one or more muscle groups (facial, arm, leg, etc.) on one or both sides of the body is referred to as paralysis. Patients with paralysis may lose their ability to feel, sense, or move in the affected area. This is a result of interference with nerve impulse communication.
+ Q.2 What are the various symptoms associated with paralysis?
- Ans. For determining whether someone is suffering from paralysis or not, there are some symptoms that one must note down. Muscular Cramps Loss of sensation in the affected limb Arm and leg spasticity Edema in limbs Dysarthria(Speech difficulties) Burning and Hyperpyrexia Pain or numbness sensations Stiff jaw muscles
+ Q.3 Can paralysis be avoided?
- Ans. By vaccinating the infant, it is possible to prevent the paralysis that polio infections can result in as a side effect in early childhood. The other types of paralysis, however, typically occur as a result of a disorder in the brain or spinal cord.
+ Q.4 What are the subsequent effects of paralysis?
- Ans. Depression, decreased sex desire, difficulties conceiving, respiratory discomfort, muscle weakness, nerve damage, joint problems, skin irritation, severe migraines, and chest pains are some of the secondary adverse effects of paralysis.
+ Q.5 Is a paralyzed person permitted to operate a vehicle?
- Ans.Yes, but you must first speak with a doctor before getting behind the wheel again. As per the doctor’s recommendations, one can drive a vehicle.
+ Q.6 What are the complications of paralysis?
- Ans. Some paralytic patients can lead a normal life but others face major challenges. They may face some complications like they get dependent on wheelchairs and a lot of care is needed. The impact of paralysis is different in men and women. Paralysis can affect their fertility very much. Men find it challenging to maintain a psychogenic erection since a thought-induced erection would require the nerves above the spine to transmit the signals. Although the penis can occasionally become erect in response to touch, keeping the erection for an extended amount of time might be difficult. Partial or total paralysis does not affect a woman's sex drive. Few women, though, might feel less motivated as a result of their appearance or having to use a bowel or bladder control system. When the patients suffer from Paraplegia, there are chances of having uncontrolled urination. The patient might experience involuntary defecation in some circumstances.
+ Q.7 Does paralysis last forever?
- Ans. Depending on their injuries, people may endure temporary or permanent paralysis. Bell's palsy can temporarily paralyze the facial muscles, whereas severe spinal cord damage and strokes can lead to lifelong paralysis.
+ Q.8 Do the medications have any negative side effects?
- Ans. There aren't any side effects because we believe in giving our patients the best care possible, including medications that are taken in the right amounts and with the proper anupana. We can assure you that we are very serious about patient care.
+ Q.9 How many people have you currently treated?
- Ans.We have a large number of records of patients who have recovered after receiving our care. Various success stories are available to see on our YouTube channel. No other form of treatment is as successful as ours.
+ Q.10 Is there a possibility that the paralysis might repeat after recovery?
- Ans. After the course of treatment is complete and the patient has recovered, he should continue to take regular medication and make lifestyle changes to maintain his blood pressure under control.
+ Q.11 Can paralysis kill you?
- Ans. If you are suffering from paralysis, it won’t kill you. But it causes a lot of associative problems that can hinder your regular activity. It can alter the normal functionality of the organs, glands, loss of bowel movement, and sexual problems can occur.
+ Q.12 How much will the treatment cost?
- Ans. The whole course of our medications, or treatment, will cost you Rs 3,000 - Rs 6,000 per month. Since we believe in treating the body as a whole rather than simply the ailment, The cost also depends on the patient's ability to digest food, appetite, and other related conditions that the patient may be having.