Trigeminal neuralgia, type of nerve pain, is an early multiple sclerosis symptom

Home remedies for trigeminal neuralgia

It is important to discuss all options with your doctors when it comes to pain management, including home remedies. Trigeminal neuralgia can strike at any time day or night, and you will want to be able to administer pain relief at home.

Simple, daily activities such as eating, shaving and brushing teeth can trigger trigeminal nerve pain, so remember to be gentle and take note of what causes flare-ups. You can also make a list of possible home remedies to try. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Include essential fatty acids in your diet to help reduce inflammation. They are found in natural foods like nuts and avocados, grape seed oil, sesame oil, canola oil, almonds and cashews. Omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin B can strengthen cranial nerves, including the trigeminal nerve.
  • Cayenne pepper and olive oil. Capsaicin from cayenne pepper is said to block pain by decreasing Substance P, a chemical that transmits pain signals between nerves. You simply rub it onto the skin.
  • Kava Kava is an herb that acts as an analgesic in many types of pain, including nerve pain.
  • Licorice root and peony – together they have been known to be very effective in bringing relief to people with trigeminal neuralgia. It is commonly available in power form.
  • Vitamins B3, B5, B1, B2, B6, vitamin C and folic acid can be found in carrot avocado juice and are excellent nutrients for those with nerve pain. These vitamins support the nervous system.

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