The longest nerve in the entire human body is also known as the sciatic nerve. It’s located at the back of the legs, starting from the buttocks, going down the length of the legs and ending in the feet.
Inflammation of the nerve triggers a severe and intolerable pain that extends from below the knee above to the area of the ribs and even in the back.
Furthermore, the intensity of the pain mainly depends on the reason behind it as well as the individual, but it is hardly ever enjoyable. However, there are various things you can do in order to alleviate the nerve pain.
Prescribed medication often can provide a very quick and effective but temporary relief while other more natural solutions, exercises and remedies can address the root of the problem and maybe prevent sciatic nerve pain altogether and protect the nerve from getting inflamed and pressured.
Since the sciatic nerve pain can be traumatizing, it can alter your daily motion and life in general. In brief, the pain manifests as a feeling of heavy legs, tingling, or numbness and can interfere with movements and sitting.
In this article, we are going to show you this simple method which can solve your problem in just 10 minutes! However, the benefits of it vary, depending on which stage your condition already is, and it is imperative that you follow the steps carefully.
The 10-minutes bedtime treatment:
- Pour 10 liters of hot enough to touch water into a bucket
- Add a handful of sea salt and 1 liter of apple cider vinegar
- Stir it until the salt dissolves completely
- Place your feet in the bucket and leave them there until the water starts to cool down
- Take your feet out and dry them
- Go to bed making sure your feet stay warm during the whole night. Cover them with a blanket and an extra sheet.
When you wake up in the morning, don’t stand or walk on the ground barefoot. Make sure you are wearing socks, and preferably your slippers too.
You should be able to feel the pain relief even from the first treatment. If necessary, repeat the treatment every day, until the pain starts to disappear completely.
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