Involuntary muscle movement: Causes

Weekly health news: Involuntary muscle movement, irritable bladder, essential oils for gout, migratory arthritis

It has been another informative week here at Bel Marra and we have compiled a list of your best articles for your weekly health news roundup. We discussed about the types and causes of involuntary movement, the treatments and home remedies for an irritable bladder, as well as the most likely causes for bone spurs in the neck, a relatively benign condition but can eventually lead to a range of neurological symptoms. To better round off your week we have also included an article on migratory arthritis and essential oils for gout.

Involuntary muscle movement: Causes, types, and treatment

Involuntary muscle movements are often thought of as a twitch or spasm that occurs briefly but resolves on its own. However, there are many conditions where uncontrollable body movements become a persistent feature of everyday life and can affect almost any part of the body, including the neck, face, and limbs.

This article will go over various involuntary muscle movement disorders describing how they lead to the involuntary movement of muscles and the effect disorders have on a person’s life. Continue reading…

Causes of irritable bladder: SymptomsCauses of irritable bladder: Symptoms, treatment, and home remedies

Irritable bladder is a term used to describe people suffering from involuntary bladder contractions, which lead to a sudden and urgent need to urinate. Irritable bladder syndrome is often referred to as urge incontinence.

When people ask, what is irritable bladder syndrome, doctors usually explain that there are common stimuli that can aggravate the bladder and override any attempts that the person makes to prevent urinating. Yes, this does mean that accidents happen. Voiding involuntarily can happen during the day or at night while sleeping. Continue reading…

How to treat gout naturally How to treat gout naturally with essential oils

Essential oils for gout is an effective remedy available for sufferers of this type of arthritic pain. Gout is a complex form of arthritis that can affect anyone. Men are typically affected more often, but postmenopausal women become increasingly susceptible in their later years. It is thought that female hormones play some role in the prevention of gout, which might explain why gout is more commonly seen in women after menopause. Continue reading…

What causes migratory arthritis? Symptoms and treatment

causes migratory arthritisMost people are familiar with what is considered one of the oldest ailments in the world, arthritis, but many have never heard the term migratory arthritis or know what it means. Here we’ll look at migratory arthritis, what causes it and how to treat it.

Arthritis is pain that involves inflammation of the joints. Migratory arthritis is a type of arthritis where symptoms shift from one joint to another. The symptoms don’t seem to stay in one joint for very long. It can be frustrating because as one joint starts to improve, pain begins in another joint. Because the symptoms are always moving, it can be hard to diagnose migratory arthritis. Continue reading…

Bone spurs in neck (cervical osteophytes)Bone spurs in neck (cervical osteophytes): Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, exercises, and natural remedies

Having bone spurs in the neck or cervical osteophytes can be so painful that it affects a person’s day to day life. While the development of neck bone spurs is generally considered a relatively benign condition occurring in people greater than 60 years old, they may eventually lead to neurological dysfunctions that may cause a range of symptoms.

Bone spurs (osteophytes) commonly form in the neck, shoulder, feet, knees, and fingers. However, when they develop between the C1 through C7 vertebrae of the spine, they can constrict nerve pathways, leading to complications. Continue reading…


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