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Depending on the underlying cause, treatment for balance disorder can take different forms. Options include physiotherapy, balance retraining, vestibular rehabilitation therapy, medication, and surgery. You can also consider alternative remedies such as gingko biloba to control vertigo. Make dietary changes and increase intake of magnesium- and vitamin B-rich foods to avoid migraines.
If you have balance disorder, where your brain misinterprets your position relative to the world, you may feel you're floating, spinning, moving, or tipping over even when you're not in motion. Balance disorder can be caused by aging, infections or fluid imbalances in the ear, inflamed auditory nerve, faulty nerve signals, or even a long sea journey. Depending on the cause, you'll need to take meds, make lifestyle changes, or undergo surgery.
Parenteral nutrition is a method of feeding where the usual process of eating, digestion is bypassed and a liquid mixture containing nutrients is given directly into the blood through an intravenous (IV) catheter. People with varied health conditions like short bowel syndrome, GI fistulas, or bowel obstruction that have an impaired ability to digest food can benefit from this.
Take 1t amla powder or 25ml fresh amla juice with 1t honey daily morning in an empty stomach. Equally beneficial will be 1t triphala in lukewarm water, 1/2t licorice powder in 1c hot milk, or a decoction of 10 black raisins and 10g fruit pulp of aragvadha (Casia Fistula). You can also try ayurvedic formulations like kumkumadi lepam or mukhadooshikari lepam.
Anal fistula can be treated by ayurvedic herbs like ginger, elephant yam, touch-me-not, turmeric, guggul, haritaki, vibhitaki, indian gooseberry. The patient suffering from anal fistula must consume a lot of water regularly. They should eat a balanced diet rich in dietary fibers. They should avoid spicy and junk foods. This will also prevent piles and anal fissures.