Polio is actually a viral infection that paralyses the body parts; the patient becomes unable to move and feels it difficult to breath. Polio is a contagious disease and it transfers from one person to other through the blood transformation. It attacks the immune system so that one cannot fight against it and remain unaware of this disease. There are rare chances, that Polio directly attacks the central nervous system. If it happens then Polio paralyses neurons system, which results into weak joints and paralysis. There are different types of Polio virus which attack the different body parts. Polio treatment is possible if it is diagnosed at its earlier stages, if not diagnosed in time, it can paralyze any body part badly.

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Herbs and spices recommended in the Ayurvedic cure for polio
Fennel
Ginger
Black pepper
Coriander
Licorice

Polio has different kinds, out of those some are discussed following.
Spinal Polio:
As its name shows that, it affects the motor neurons and spinal cord because of that, your legs and arms can be paralyzed or you might feel difficulty in breathing.
Bulbar Polio:
In this type of polio, it affects Cranial nerves of human being and makes your joints weak and immoveable. Your senses like sense of sight, hearing sense and breathing can be affected or swelling can be the result.
Balbo Spinal Polio:
A special type of virus come into existence by the combination of both above described types; Bulbar and Spinal polio, which can adversely affects both cranial and spinal cord.
Transmission and symptoms of Polio:
Virus that causes polio transmits from one person to other person through the polluted environment and poor sewerage system. As it is stated earlier that it is a contagious disease that transmits from the affected person to others through water, used clothes or through physical contact with that person. It is a sort of silent disease that does not show any clear symptoms at its early stage, because of that most of the people being unaware of its existence do not go for checkup or treatment. Other than Its common symptom, some are flue, cough, vomiting, high temperature and headache.
    Post Polio Syndrome Treatment
    Learn what natural remedies are used in post polio syndrome treatment. There is no cure but there are ways to help relieve symptoms.
    Post Polio Syndrome
    Polio is caused by a virus that enters the intestinal tract. The majority of people affected with the virus had mild flu-like symptoms and recovered in 3-5 days. However, in some cases, the virus would escape the intestinal tract, enter the bloodstream, and attack the nervous system, causing damage to nerves and muscles. Recovery time took 7-14 days.
    About 25% of people who survived severe cases (paralytic polio) develop additional symptoms 30-40 years after the acute infection, including extreme fatigue, muscle weakness, and pain. This condition is known as post polio syndrome, caused by progressive deterioration of nerves and muscles.
    Natural Treatment for Post Polio Syndrome
    There is no cure. Post polio syndrome treatment is focused on controlling symptoms so the individual can remain active and productive.
    Paralytic Polio
    Paralytic polio is the most serious type of polio. Paralytic polio causes paralysis. In paralytic polio, the polio virus invades the central nervous system -- the spinal cord and the brain -- and may cause weakness, paralysis, serious breathing problems or death. Paralytic polio begins like milder forms of polio, however, it usually causes severe muscle pain in addition to other symptoms. Paralysis usually happens within the first week. The individual may lose the ability to use of one or both legs, arms, and may not be able to breathe without the help of a machine. Recovery varies from person to person, but people who are paralyzed by polio will have some weakness in an arm or leg for the rest of their lives.
    Auricular Acupuncture
    Electrostimulation of auricular acupuncture points has been shown to be an effective natural treatment in individuals with post polio syndrome. In one study, all 12 participants obtained good or excellent results.
    Exercise
    Exercise can be a safe and effective treatment for post polio syndrome if prescribed and monitored by an experienced health care provider. Exercise is primarily meant to help the muscles that were not (or minimally) affected by polio. Affected muscles may actually worsen with certain exercises, like weight lifting.
    Prescribed exercises should include:
    specific muscle groups to exercise
    specific muscle groups to not exercise
    type of exercise, frequency, and duration.
    Exercise will also help maintain a healthy weight, thus reducing stress on affected areas.
    Other natural treatments for post polio syndrome include:
    hot and cold compresses
    massage
    balneotherapy.
    Post polio syndrome treatments should be discussed with your health care provider. 
      .How is post-polio syndrome diagnosed?
      Physicians arrive at a diagnosis of post-polio syndrome by completing a comprehensive medical history and neuromuscular examination and by excluding other disorders that could explain the symptoms. Researchers and physicians typically use the following criteria to establish a diagnosis:
        Treatment of polio
        Currently, there is no treatment that can kill the poliovirus. Antibiotics or other medications for polio are not effective because polio is caused by a virus. Therefore, treatment focuses on providing relief of symptoms as the body fights the poliovirus. This is called supportive care.
        Supportive Care as a Polio Treatment
        Supportive care as a treatment for polio will depend on the symptoms that a person experiences. For those with mild symptoms or aseptic meningitis, supportive care may include:
        Medications (such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen) to control fever or pain
        Fluids
        Rest until the fever improves.
        In these cases, after 2-10 days, polio symptoms will usually have faded completely.
        If paralytic paralysis occurs, treatment may be more extensive and long-term. Depending on the severity of symptoms, treatment for polio can include:
        Medications to reduce pain and improve strength
        Antibiotic medications for bacterial infections
        Breathing assistance with a mechanical ventilator.
        Polio Vaccine Side Effects
        Some of the common side effects that have been reported with the polio vaccine include tiredness, tenderness at the injection site, and irritability. When serious side effects do occur, they can include trouble breathing, hoarseness, and wheezing. However, most side effects are minor, meaning that the symptoms improve on their own or are easily treated by the healthcare provider.
        An Overview of Polio Vaccine Side Effects
        Most people who get the polio vaccine do not develop side effects. However, a vaccine, like any medicine, can cause side effects. Most polio vaccine side effects are minor, meaning that the symptoms improve on their own or are easily treated by the healthcare provider.
        In rare cases, polio vaccine side effects can be more serious. Very rarely, they can cause severe harm or death. It is important to note, however, that getting the polio vaccine is much safer than getting polio.
         (This article covers many, but not all, of the possible side effects of the polio vaccine. Your healthcare provider can discuss a more complete list with you.)
        Common Side Effects of the Polio Vaccine
        The most common minor side effects from a polio vaccination include:
        Irritability -- in up to 64.5 percent of people
        Tiredness -- up to 60.7 percent
        Tenderness at the injection site -- up to 29.4 percent
        Loss of appetite -- up to 16.6 percent
        Vomiting -- up to 2.8 percent
        Persistent crying -- up to 1.4 percent
        Redness at the injection site -- up to 1 percent.
        Serious Side Effects
        Severe side effects occur very rarely with the polio vaccine (in less than one out of a million doses). One serious problem that can occur is a serious allergic reaction. Symptoms that may indicate an allergic reaction (or some other serious problem) include:
        Trouble breathing
        Hoarseness
        Wheezing
        Hives
        Pale skin
        Weakness
        Fast heartbeat
        Dizziness
        High fever
        Behavior changes.
        These serious side effects can happen within a few minutes to a few hours after the shot, but they can also occur one or two weeks later. If any of these serious problems do occur, call a doctor or get the person to a doctor right away. Tell your doctor what happened, the date and time it happened, and when the polio vaccine was given.

          Polio has different kinds, out of those some are discussed following.
          Spinal Polio:
          As its name shows that, it affects the motor neurons and spinal cord because of that, your legs and arms can be paralyzed or you might feel difficulty in breathing.
          Bulbar Polio:
          In this type of polio, it affects Cranial nerves of human being and makes your joints weak and immoveable. Your senses like sense of sight, hearing sense and breathing can be affected or swelling can be the result.
          Balbo Spinal Polio:
          A special type of virus come into existence by the combination of both above described types; Bulbar and Spinal polio, which can adversely affects both cranial and spinal cord.

          Transmission and symptoms of Polio:
          Virus that causes polio transmits from one person to other person through the polluted environment and poor sewerage system. As it is stated earlier that it is a contagious disease that transmits from the affected person to others through water, used clothes or through physical contact with that person. It is a sort of silent disease that does not show any clear symptoms at its early stage, because of that most of the people being unaware of its existence do not go for checkup or treatment. Other than Its common symptom, some are flue, cough, vomiting, high temperature and headache.

          Polio Herbal Remedies, Natural Ayurvedic Treatment of Polio
          Polio is a very deadly virus and though partly eradicated through an extensive worldwide immunization programme it is still around and wreaking its deadly havoc upon parts of the population.
          It is a highly infectious disease and enters the body through the mouth and goes onto attack the central nervous system.
          The cause of this despite extensive medical research has yet to be found.
          Though many who catch the virus survive most who do are left with a form of paralysis, usually in an arm or a leg.
          Though it is unable to offer a cure, Ayurvedic can alleviate the pain experienced by sufferers and can also aid survivors’ recovery greatly.
          Ayurvedic Cause of Polio
          Paralysis or more specifically polio is caused according to Ayurvedic when there is a divergence in vata-pitta-kamba which affects the dhosa (energies of the body).
          This physiological shift causes toxins (ama) to build up and attack the nervous system.
          To be treated positively Ayurvedic says that there must be a re-balancing of these within the body. To achieve this state the following methods should be applied.
          Ayurvedic Remedies for Polio
          As previously stated any form of the Ayurvedic programme can not cure polio. But what it can do is offer a healing regime that repairs the damage wrought by the disease.
          • This takes two forms. Herbal remedy and intensive Ayurvedic massaging.
          • The herbal remedies can eradicate internal disorder and strengthen the immune system.
          • Massage alleviates the on-going pain and any paralysis that may have occurred. In this instance intensive massages repair the dead and wasted muscle.
          • Massaging also allows the affected area or joint to receive nutrients which can expel toxins.
          • Massage applied to remedy polio in Ayurvedic
          • As possibly befits the remedy for such a deadly serious disease like polio, Ayurvedic prescribes arguably its’ most important massage form in the treatment of the disease, namely the method known as Pindasvedka or Navarakizhi.
          • This treatment revitalizes mainly the skin and is also used with Ayurvedic anti-ageing treatments. However in achieving this it also rejuvenates dead and wasted muscles which is why it is used as a remedy for paralysis, which is why it used on polio sufferers.
          • The revitalizing agent in Pindasvedka or Navarakizhi
          • Pindasvedka or Navarakizhi is a simple remedy consisting of medicated rice.
          • The rice provides carbohydrates which rejuvenate the affected areas when applied.
          • How Pindasvedka or Navarakizhi is applied in Ayurvedic
          • A fine cloth of the medicated rice solution is placed upon the patients’ body. This creates gradual warmth and is applied until the patient builds up a great sweat. The act of sweating expels the toxins and in doing so begins to rejuvenate the affected areas.
          • The Ayurvedic way to alleviate the pain caused by polio and to treat it is mainly massage based.
          • But the imbalances caused by the pitta-vatta-kamba shift that disrupts the internal systems of a polio sufferer can be put right by ingesting certain herbs and spices.
          • They can be added to cooking and will aid the healing processes of paralysis sufferers.
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