ALGODYSTROPHY: symptoms, causes, risk factors and natural treatment

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SUDECKS SYNDROME VS HERBAL TEA

Algodystrophy-a painful syndrome and therapy must be targeted. Sudeck syndrome is a disease that has many definitions: complex regional pain syndrome , complex regional pain syndrome , reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, RDS, traumatic loss or thinning of bone spotted. Its essence is progressive muscular and bone wasting and joint stiffness.

What is Algodystrophy?

Sudeck's syndrome is a disease that leads to a gradual muscle wasting (dystrophy) and bone loss. If not treated on time, it can lead to impairment of the diseased part of the body, and further disability. Its development is primarily exposed to people after bone fractures, joint injuries or frostbite. 

HOW CAN WE DISTINGUISH THIS PATHOLOGY FROM OTHER DISEASES?

However, to distinguish between Sudeck syndrome and other diseases in which dystrophy occurs, five elements need to be recognized: spontaneous pain, pressure soreness, physical symptoms of local circulation disorders, excessive sweating and local osteoporosis.

HERBAL TO WORK AGAINST ALGODYSTROPPHY

Asthme - Le remède naturel par les plantes contre l'asthme

Our natural treatment for algodystrophy is an effective, fast and lasting remedy that will allow you to naturally reduce your pain. It is composed of two elements: a balm and a herbal tea. You will feel a marked decrease in pain from the first weeks of use. The herbal tea contains plants whose active ingredients block pain, act on the cartilage to stop it from degrading, and help its regeneration.

It is the perfect solution to fight against algodystrophy, knee and all other forms. This herbal tea provides rapid and dramatic relief. It is both anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antioxidant.

The balm will be used for daily massages on the areas where you feel pain. It’s a natural relaxant. 

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CAUSES OF THE DISEASE

It is not known exactly what causes Sudeck's syndrome. It is believed that it is responsible for the abnormal activity of sympathetic nerves, which innervate the damaged part of the body. 

Sudeck syndrome - symptoms

1. Hypertonic phase: it lasts from 3 weeks to 2 months

  • severe burning pain;
  • soft, limited swelling;
  • skin color changes to dark red or purple;
  • skin warming;
  • restriction of movement in the joints;
  • gradual muscle wasting;
  • spotty, irregular bone decalcification;

2. Dystrophic phase: it lasts from 6 weeks to 4 months

  • moist, cool, thin skin;
  • brittle and brittle nails;
  • hair loss on a sick part of the body;
  • even more limited movement in the joints (contractures and stiffness of the joints appear);
  • progressive muscle wasting
  • increasing bone decalcification (bone formation becomes blurred);

3. Atrophic phase: it lasts from 6 to 12 months

RISK FACTORS

However, risk factors for the development of the disease are known.

  • Bone fractures, joint injuries, soft tissue bruises, frostbite, burns, as well as nerve damage. The disease usually affects the ankle joint and the bones of the wrist and hand - especially after fracture of the distal base of the radial bone, sprained wrist joint and bruising of the fingertips. 
  • The factor conducive to the development of the disease is an incorrectly and too tightly applied dressing, which makes the limb immobilized in the wrong position.
  • In addition, Sudeck's syndrome may appear in the course of ischemic heart disease (coronary artery disease), after a heart attack , stroke (so-called paralytic algodystrophy). Also, the use of drugs, e.g. barbiturates, cyclosporin A, anti-tuberculosis drugs, can contribute to the development of the disease (this is called drug-induced algodystrophy).
  • Other risk factors are inflammatory skin diseases, carpal tunnel syndrome, and hormonal disorders.

Diagnosis of Sudeck's syndrome 

Sudeck's syndrome is confirmed based on the patient's history, analysis of clinical symptoms and X-ray altered limb. 

  1. X-ray shows bone loss. An X-ray image is taken so that the bone atrophy can be determined. 
  2. Bone scintigraphy is useful in diagnosing the disease. It is also helpful to find allodynia (pain even with a very delicate touch) and / or hyperpathy (severe long-term pain caused by the effect of a repetitive weak or moderate stimulus).

Sudeck syndrome - medical treatment

Treatment of Sudeck syndrome includes:

  • analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs;
  • vitamin C supplementation;
  • preparations improving blood supply and calcification of bones;
  • physical therapy: lignocaine-calcium ionophoresis, cryotherapy , laser therapy , diadynamics, magnetotherapy;
  • local lignocaine injections;
  • exercises for the diseased body part;
  • sympathectomy - during the procedure nerves in the sympathetic nervous system are destroyed to increase blood flow and reduce pain. It is performed in exceptional situations;

The effectiveness of treatment depends on early diagnosis and proper management.

HOME THERAPY

  • Scottish treatment

To cure the algodystrophy practice the Scottish shower on the zone concerned (once or twice a day): alternate cold water and hot water. But beware, it must remain pleasant; no excess in the temperature difference. This shower promotes local blood and lymphatic circulation.

  • Vinegar


In the evening, soak an egg (washed but not brushed, except where it is possible to lay eggs) in the juice of a lemon. (all organic if possible) and drink this juice the next morning. Repeat this every 2 days for 3 weeks, stop for a week and renew.

  • Organic silicon 

This food supplement, which is in the form of a liquid, makes it possible to accelerate "bone repairs" and also makes it possible to limit the demineralization often linked to algodystrophy.

  • Calming inflammation with clay

Cold clay poultices placed directly on the affected part, possibly alternating with other poultices such as cabbage, horsetail, hogweed, will relieve inflammation. Each poultice must remain at least 2 h until 4 h and even overnight.

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