Degenerative disc prolapse

Degenerative disc prolapse

Problems with the herniated discs are widespread and very painful for those affected. This is not surprising, given that the load on the Degenerative disc prolapse can be up to 800 kg when lifting from a weight of only 10 kg.

It is therefore all the more important that this load be evenly distributed over the surface of the disc. However, this is not so with an atlas-conditioned pelvic level: here the whole weight acts only on a part of the discs. If there is also a pronounced lordosis, the condition of the intervertebral disc also deteriorates.

In order to compensate for the displacement of the atlas, the musculature in the area is clamped and the lumbar spine is clamped, the range of movement of the intervertebral discs decreases and the pressure increases. In many cases, the pressure does not decrease even in the lying position, so that the regeneration of the intervertebral disc normally occurring in the resting phase is no longer possible – a Degenerative disc prolapse is produced. In the intervertebral disk prolapse, an excessive and prolonged leakage of the intervertebral disk from its natural position occurs between two vertebral bodies.

The special Ayurcliniq method has been developed in order to prevent intervertebral disc prolapse . The displaced atlas vertebra is corrected and thus the risk of a future intervertebral disc prolapse with the associated complaints is reduced.

Causes of Degenerative disc prolapse

If the pelvis has an oblique position, the weight can not spread to the entire surface of the intervertebral disks but acts only on parts thereof. The situation worsens when a pronounced lordosis is present in the lumbar spine. The stressed intervertebral disc area is extremely small in this case and the consequences can be easily imagined: as time goes by, those sites where weight is most concentrated are the basis for the development of a herniated Degenerative disc prolapse.

The persistently tense and asymmetrically pulling muscles, which have developed due to the shifted atlas and the resultant pelvic tilt, clasp one or more lumbar vertebrae as in a vise. The intervertebral discs are severely restricted in their freedom of movement and at the same time the constant pressure on them is also increased.

The health of the Degenerative disc prolapse is ensured by the permanent exchange of food and waste products between these and the surrounding tissue; this is due to the changing pressure conditions within the disc, produced by compression under load and decompression under relief. The intervertebral discs can not be perfused like other tissues because their internal pressure is much higher than the blood pressure.

Management for intervertebral Degenerative disc prolapse

The classical massage is successfully applied and aims to solve hardening in the tissue. Massages that improve the functions of the muscles also have other additional effects. They stimulate the metabolism, promote the blood circulation, relieve pain, increase the well-being, promote sleep and activate important self-healing powers. If this method is professionally applied, the body can recover naturally.

Heat or cold treatment: In the early, painful stage most people find that they are using cold applications. For this, you take an ice pack several times a day, wrapped in a cloth, and put it on the painful region for about 15 minutes. If you feel that you are feeling more comfortable, take a warm pack, such as a hot water bottle. This application can really be handled according to your own feelings, they both have the goal of reducing the pain, increasing the blood flow to the affected region and relaxing the muscles. A treatment with warm red light also works as a pain relief.

Prevention of lumbar Degenerative disc prolapse

lumbar disc herniation is caused by the accumulation of injuries on the basis of degeneration, accumulation of injuries will aggravate the disc degeneration, so the focus of prevention is to reduce the accumulation of injuries. Usually have a good sitting, sleep bed should not be too soft Long-term desk workers need to pay attention to the table, chair height, regular change posture. Career needs to often bend the action, should be stretched regularly, chest activities, and the use of wide belt. Should strengthen the back muscle training, increase the internal stability of the spine, long-term use of the waist, in particular, need to pay attention to back muscles exercise to prevent useless muscle atrophy to bring adverse consequences. If you want to bend over, it is best to use hip flexion, knees squatting way to reduce the pressure on the back of the lumbar intervertebral disc.

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