- What is Sciatica?
Sciatica Neuralgia, more commonly known as sciatica, manifests itself as a sharp pain felt along one of the two sciatic nerves, which are the largest nerves in the body.
They are located at the back of each leg, and join the spine in the lower back, just above the coccyx, in the lumbar and sacral vertebrae.
People with sciatica experience pain usually in one side of the body. It invades the buttocks and thighs and radiates towards the calf and the foot. It can be a short, intense electrical discharge or, on the contrary, be lighter but constant. This pain is accentuated when sitting or coughing and is relieved by lying down.
Causes of Sciatica
Sciatica is not a disease, but the sign that the sciatic nerve is irritated.
This irritation can have several causes, such as the Facet Syndrome or the Piriform Syndrome, which mainly affects athletes, or the narrow lumbar canal in the elderly.
- The most common causes of Sciatica are herniated discs caused by the wear of an invertebral disc or simply the compression of the dics allowing the vertebra to press on the sciatic nerve.
A better explanation of a herniated disc is to imagine that the discs situated between the vertebrae act as shock absorbers and by ejecting a small amount of liquid each time they absorb the shock.
At night, when they are at rest, they slowly re-inflate by a re-aspiration mechanism, which can become less and less effective over time. As a result, the disks dry up and deteriorate.
Risk factors and treatment
Sciatica often affects people with Osteoarthritis or certain forms of Arthritis, as well as pregnant women because of belly weight and increased hormone secretion. It also affects sportspeople, people with jobs that require heavy lifting or thinks that they are overweight or live a sedentary lifestyle. Plus, having poor posture or weak abdominal muscles are also risk factors.
Sciatica generally disappears within a few weeks, but if nothing is done to treat it, it may reappear. Traditionally, Sciatica is treated by resting, taking painkillers, and applying cold or heat to the painful area.
- Treating Sciatica with Nubax Trio
To cure or avoid Sciatica Neuralgia, it is important to limit vertebral compression.
Spinal traction is a proven method with treating Sciatica. It has been practiced in the United States since the 1980s using expensive and cumbersome machines.
The introduction of Nubax Trio has revolutionised this practice. Invented in Australia, Nubax Trio decompresses the vertebrae thanks to a lever system that multiplies the body weight, exerting a suction force from the center of the vertebral disks.
In the case of a herniated disc, the compressed disc regains its thickness and the protrusion is reabsorbed, as the Sciatic nerve is no longer crushed by the hernia and the pain subsides because the vertebrae are re-aligned.
By using Nubax Trio for only three minutes at a time, three times a day, Vertebral regeneration is possible. It helps your back get healthy and you to get back to life.
Nubax Trio is also effective in cases of Lordosis, Scoliosis, Stenosis or Kyphosis. Nubax Trio has opened new frontiers in the treatment and prevention of back pain. With Nubax Trio, Sciatica Neuralgia is no longer an issue!