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RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G has the following salts in its composition

  1) Haridra 2) Nirgundi  3) As Taila  4) Devadaru  5) Nilgirika Tel  6) Karpora  7) Bala  8) Pudina ka Phul  9) Ajamoda

Uses Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

Uses Of Salt: Nirgundi

Nirgundi is a herb similar to basil with a numerous health benefits. It is widely used in ayurvedic medicines. It:

  • Treats mental disorders, throat ache, ear problems, liver disorders, filariasis, goiter, fever, and wounds.
  • Relieves tumors, general weakness, bloating, and inflammation.
  • Cures chronic rhinitis, headache.
  • Helps in tetanus, slipped discs, easy delivery.
  • Enhances immunity, digestion power.
  • Promotes good health, sexual vigor, and long life.
  • Reduces flaky and dry skin.

Apart from above, there are many other uses of nirgundi oil, which are not listed here.

Side Effects Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

Side Effects Of Salt: Nirgundi

None.

Contraindications Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

Contraindications Of Salt: Nirgundi

Nirgundi should be used with caution in children and pregnant women.

What Is Headache

  • Headaches are one of the commonest presenting complaints in health care facilities. It is estimated that about 90% percent of the population will experience a headache at some point in their lives.
  • The causes of headaches are numerous, and most often not a cause for concern. However, certain warning signs may indicate possible sinister causes.
  • Headaches are classified as either primary or secondary.
  • Primary headaches include Tension headaches, Migraines, Cluster Headaches.
  • Secondary headaches include headaches due any other reasons (see causes below)
  • Investigations done for headaches depend on the suspected cause of a headache. On physical examination, there may be tender neck and shoulder muscles in a tension headache or neck stiffness (meningism in meningitis. There may be features of neurological fall-out, such of loss of power or sensation in one hand, that may suggest bleeding in the brain or a mass or tumour pressing on nerve fibres.
  • Special investigations done include radiological investigations and laboratory tests, depending on the suspected causative factor of a headache.
  • Blood test for infective markers as well as a lumbar puncture will be done in suspected meningitis. CT scans or MRIs (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) are done in suspected intracranial masses(tumours), aneurysms (abnormal outpouchings formed in blood vessel linings) or bleeding.

What Is Rhinitis

Rhinitis is defined as an infectious disease in which the irritation and inflammation of the mucous membrane occur inside the nose. This inflammation is caused by a bacterial or viral infection or by the attack of allergens or irritants.

Rhinitis is of three different types namely:

  • Infectious rhinitis: Occurring due to bacterial or viral infection
  • Non-allergic rhinitis:  Drug-induced or due to environmental factors
  • Allergic rhinitis: Caused by irritants or allergens

Allergic rhinitis is the most common among these 3 types. It is triggered by airborne allergens.

What Is Tetanus

Tetanus is quite a serious infection caused by the bacteria called Clostridium tetani. It mainly affects the nervous system causing painful muscle spasms.

The bacteria produce toxins that attack the nervous system, impairing muscles; especially the jaw and neck muscle, causing severe contractions. Hence this disease is also called lockjaw. It is mostly a fatal disease, with treatment not being very effective.

However, the good news is that tetanus can be prevented by vaccines. Almost all cases of tetanus which are reported are found in people who haven’t been immunized against it. Tetanus is different from other infections in the sense that it does not spread from person to person or by contact. It is not contagious.

Symptoms Treated With RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Symptoms Of Headache

  • Symptoms usually differ depending on the cause of a headache.:
  • Tension headaches can present with tender neck and shoulder muscles, jaw clenching at night or a feeling of a tight compression around the head (a band-like headache).
  • Migraines are usually severe headaches, with associated nausea or vomiting. Sensitivity to light or sound may be present. A headache is usually pulsating and on one side of the face/head. Migraines can present with or without aura. Auras are symptoms that typically precede the onset of migraine headaches. These symptoms include blurred vision, seeing flashes or stars.
  • Cluster headaches mostly affect males. These headaches are usually severe, on one side of the head around the orbital area. It may include redness, tearing and drooping of the eye.
  • Possible sinister headaches may present with following:
  • Headaches due to raised intracranial pressure (possible tumour or brain mass) can have an early morning headache that improves during the day, projectile vomiting, neurological symptoms such as weakness or loss of sensation, as well as new onset seizures.
  • A thunderclap headache- sudden, severe onset of a headache, often described as "the worst headache of my life"- may indicate subarachnoid haemorrhage (bleeding under one of the meninges/linings of the brain).
  • Meningitis or encephalitis can present with neck stiffness, fever, sensitivity to light, decreased the level of consciousness or seizures. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Rhinitis

Common symptoms of rhinitis are:

  • Sneezing, running nose
  • Stuffy nose, nasal itching
  • Watery eyes
  • A cough, wheeze
  • Swollen eyelids, headaches

What Are The Symptoms Of Tetanus

The incubation period (the period from the time of exposure to illness) ranges from 3 to 21 days, and symptoms may be experienced anytime between a few days to a couple of weeks once the bacteria enter the body. Common symptoms include:

  • A headache, fever, sweating.
  • Painful stiffness in body muscles, especially jaw and neck muscles.
  • Cramps in the jaw.
  • Difficulty in swallowing.
  • Sudden tightening of involuntary muscles, especially stomach muscles.
  • Blood pressure problems and increased heart rate.
  • Very painful spasms which might last for several minutes; usually triggered by common things like light, touch, loud noise, etc.
  • Face muscle spasms which cause strange facial expressions like a continuous stare, smile or grin.
  • Restlessness.

Complications of this infection are:

  • Bone fractures: Sometimes the spasms are so severe that they may cause the bones or the spine to break.
  • Involuntary tightening of vocal chords.
  • Pulmonary embolism: In some cases, a blood clot travels from a different part of the body and ends up blocking the main artery of the lung or any of its branches.
  • Death: Muscle spasms sometimes cause difficulty in breathing, causing respiratory failure which may be fatal. When the person cannot breathe, lack of oxygen may also lead to a cardiac arrest. Pneumonia is also a complication of this disease leading to death.

Causes of diseases where RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G is used

What Are The Causes Of Headache

Headaches can have a myriad of causes.

The commonest headaches are:

  • Tension headaches- often multifactorial, with stress, poor posture, muscle weakness, sleep deprivation and jaw clenching as related causes.
  • Migraines- Usually a genetic component, with certain individualised, specific triggers such as chocolate, caffeine, exercise, menstruation, and alcohol. Migraines are more common in females due to the hormonal changes associated with normal menstrual cycles.
  • Headaches from fatigue or dehydration
  • Caffeine withdrawal headaches
  • Cluster headaches
  • Other rarer headaches include:
  • Post-coital headache
  • Sinus headaches

Life-threatening headaches:

  • Meningitis
  • Encephalitis
  • Brain tumours or other space occupying lesions
  • Bleeding on the brain

Side effects of certain medications can also cause headaches. These include antidepressants, treatments for erectile dysfunction or withdrawal headaches from chronic analgesic-overuse that contains opioids or caffeine.  

What Are The Causes Of Rhinitis

Rhinitis is caused by viral or bacterial infection or by airborne allergens. Causes of rhinitis are mentioned below according to their types:

  • Infectious rhinitis: This type of rhinitis is commonly caused by viral or bacterial infection. Common cold also causes infectious rhinitis.
  • Non-allergic rhinitis: This type of rhinitis is not caused by infection or allergy but it can be due to certain medications, hormonal changes, occupation or environmental changes.
  • Allergic rhinitis: This type of rhinitis is caused by exposure to airborne allergens such as pollens, mold, dust, animal dander etc.

What Are The Causes Of Tetanus

Clostridium tetani spores are present in the soil, manure, animal faeces and dust. They might be present everywhere due to environmental factors. These spores enter the human body through cuts or wounds. When we have a puncture or an open wound injury caused by an infected object like a blade, splinter, nail or an insect bite, the spores enter the human body and multiply rapidly. Once inside the body, spores grow into bacteria and release a powerful neurotoxin called tetanospasmin, which attacks the nerves that control muscles. As a result, one experiences muscle stiffness and spasms.

Common ways by which the bacterial spores enter human body:

  • Burns.
  • When wounds are contaminated with infected saliva, dirt or faeces.
  • When injuries are caused by sharp objects like a nail, needle, blade, tattoo, piercings, etc., which cause the puncturing wounds.
  • Gunshot wounds.
  • Insect or animal bites.
  • New born baby may get tetanus from an infection of the umbilical cord as a result of unhygienic practices during child birth.
  • Tetanus can also be caused by some uncommon ways like:
  • In compound fractures, where the broken bone is exposed.
  • Infections in teeth.
  • Surgical procedures.
  • Injections given into the muscles (intramuscular).
  • Infected foot ulcers.
  • Superficial wounds, where only the uppermost layer is scraped off.
  • Chronic sores.
  • People who do not get vaccinated against tetanus and those are not up to date with booster shots are at high risk of getting the disease.

Worst Foods With RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Worst Foods For Headache

  • Migraines: Caffeine(can either be a trigger or treatment), dairy, alcohol, chocolates
  • Tension headaches: Caffeine overuse    

What Are The Worst Foods For Rhinitis

  • Gluten: Foods such as wheat, oats, and barley contains gluten which should be avoided. Gluten increases the mucus production leading to nasal blockage.
  • Fried and processed foods: Fried and processed foods are rich in omega 6 fatty acids which increase inflammation. Whole grains, vegetable oils, nuts should be avoided to minimise the risk.
  • Cold drinks and cold food: This type of food increases the spasm leading to a cough. These worsen the symptoms of rhinitis, hence should be avoided.
  • Nuts, seeds and herbs: These contain ragweed, a type of pollen which triggers the rhinitis.
  • Food preservatives: Preservatives are also responsible for exacerbating the allergic rhinitis. Artificial colours and flavours present in foods trigger the symptoms of rhinitis.
  • Sugar: Eliminate sugar. It increases mucus production and worsens the symptoms.
  • Dairy products: Dairy products contain lactose which tends to increase inflammation and mucus formation. Such products should be avoided to manage rhinitis.
  • Alcohol: Alcohol consumption should be limited as it causes dehydration and increases congestion by stimulating the production of mucus.

What Are The Worst Foods For Tetanus

  • Eating a healthy diet is very important for recovery and to give required to the muscles. Avoid:
  • Foods with empty calories like sugar laden foods: sweets, ice creams, and pastries
  • Junk foods: Junk food fills up the plate, but hardly provides any nutrition to the body. 

Do's With Usage of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Headache

  • If you are prone to develop tension headaches, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is necessary.
  • Exercise and healthy diet help with stress reduction and elimination of toxins from your body.
  • Be sure to eat right and drink plenty of fluids
  • If you suffer from migraines, keep a migraine diary and try to determine what the specific triggers are.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Rhinitis

  • Stay away from the cause if it is known.
  • Keep your mouth and nose covered while going out.’
  • Keep yourself and your living area clean to reduce the attacks of allergens.
  • Regularly clean your nasal passage with a saltwater solution. This will help you keep your nose free of irritants and minimise the symptoms.
  • Inhale steam to clear the excess mucus and irritants.
  • Drink plenty of water to remove the toxins from the body.
  • Keep your pets neat and clean to avoid exposure to animal dander.
  • Limit outdoor activities during dusk and dawn.
  • Take your medications regularly as prescribed to manage the symptoms.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Tetanus

For wounds:

  • If you have got a puncture wound or a deep cut, any bite wounds or dirty wounds, you are at a high risk for tetanus infection, particularly if you are not vaccinated. Seek medical help for a booster shot and antibiotics.
  • Initially, keep unclean wounds open so that bacteria are not trapped within a bandage.
  • If you’ve got a minor wound, first stop bleeding by applying pressure.
  • Clean the wound with soap and clean running water.
  • Apply an antibiotic cream to prevent bacterial growth.
  • Now apply a bandage to protect from further infection.
  • Change the dressing regularly to prevent infection.
  • Keep the area dry.

For muscles:

  • Since jaw muscles stiffen and pain in this condition, apply a cold pack three times a day. It will give some relief.
  • Doing jaw exercises will relax the jaw muscles to a certain extent.

Dont's With Usage Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Headache

  • Leave headaches untreated or uninvestigated.
  • If any possible danger or red flags symptoms are present, seek medical advice
  • Overuse of over the counter drugs painkillers. These may cause rebound headaches if used too often    

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Rhinitis

  • Don’t over medicate to get fast relief as it may cause serious side effects.
  • Don’t dry your clothes outside as it may attract pollens.
  • Don’t touch your pet as this will increase the risk for allergy.
  • Don’t ignore the symptoms and rush to the doctor if symptoms get worse.
  • Avoid tobacco and smoking.
  • Avoid alcohol consumption as it causes nasal blockage.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Tetanus

  • Do not leave any wounds unattended. If you have an open wound and it breaks the skin, then there is a possibility of contracting tetanus infection. If you have had a tetanus vaccine, the doctor might give you a booster. But if you aren’t really sure of having being vaccinated, then you will need the first primary vaccine for tetanus.
  • Do not forget to immunize children against tetanus. Follow up the immunization schedules and take booster shots as prescribed.

Other Useful Tips With Usage OfRHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Tips For Rhinitis

Rhinitis can be managed by making some changes in your eating habits and lifestyle. Some home remedies are also beneficial in managing rhinitis and its symptoms. These are:

Ginger: This is a natural antihistamine, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiviral in nature. This helps in boosting the immune system and fighting signs of rhinitis. It can be chewed directly or can be taken with honey or boiled in the tea.

Saline water: Saline water helps to clear the nasal passage. Saline water can be prepared by mixing salt and baking soda in warm water.

Steam: Inhaling steam also reduces the symptoms of rhinitis. The essential oil should be mixed with boiling water and then inhaled to cure the symptoms.

Garlic: Garlic has the anti-inflammatory action which helps in reducing the inflammation during rhinitis. Eating 2-3 raw garlic cloves can protect from risk of rhinitis.

Apple cider vinegar: This is a natural remedy to boost the immune system and to reduce the worsening symptoms of rhinitis. It has antibacterial properties. It can be consumed with warm water or along with honey or lemon.

Turmeric: One of the oldest home remedies which have been used for centuries is the use of turmeric. It helps in reducing the inflammation and the risk of rhinitis through its anti-inflammatory action. It is powerful antioxidant also. It can be consumed with milk or honey.

What Are The Tips For Tetanus

  • Tetanus is an acute and a serious infection. Luckily, it can be prevented by vaccination. If you haven’t been immunized against tetanus, consider going to a health care centre and talk to the support staff about getting immunized.
  • A person afflicted with tetanus infection needs great support from friends and family since the condition is very painful and hampers everyday activities. Following yoga and meditation routine will help in relaxing the body muscles as well as calm the mind.

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Uses Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

Uses Of Salt: Nirgundi

Nirgundi is a herb similar to basil with a numerous health benefits. It is widely used in ayurvedic medicines. It:

  • Treats mental disorders, throat ache, ear problems, liver disorders, filariasis, goiter, fever, and wounds.
  • Relieves tumors, general weakness, bloating, and inflammation.
  • Cures chronic rhinitis, headache.
  • Helps in tetanus, slipped discs, easy delivery.
  • Enhances immunity, digestion power.
  • Promotes good health, sexual vigor, and long life.
  • Reduces flaky and dry skin.

Apart from above, there are many other uses of nirgundi oil, which are not listed here.

Side Effects Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

Sideeffect Of Salt: Nirgundi

None.

Contraindications Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

Contraindications Of Salt: Nirgundi

Nirgundi should be used with caution in children and pregnant women.

Best Foods With RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Best Foods For Headache

  • Nutrients such as magnesium, vitamin B2, Omega 3 fatty acids, and Coenzyme Q10 have been shown to decrease the incidence of particular types of vascular headaches such as migraines.    

What Are The Best Foods For Rhinitis

  • Green leafy vegetables: These are the good sources of vitamins and minerals and help to build strong immunity. Vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, carrot, cabbage should be added to your daily diet to complete the nutrition in your diet.
  • Probiotics: These are anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic in nature. Yoghurt, Kefir, Miso soup, Tempeh are the best probiotics to avoid rhinitis.
  • Vitamin C rich food: Vitamin c is supposed to anti-inflammatory and contains antioxidants which help in detoxification of the blood. It reduces the release of histamines. Oranges, berries, apples, watermelons are the good sources of vitamin C
  • Omega-3 fatty acids: High consumption of omega -3 rich foods reduces the risk of rhinitis due to its anti-inflammatory action. Flax seeds, walnuts, soybeans, salmon, oysters, cod liver oil, cold fish, etc are rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Quercetin rich food: Quercetin is also one of the best anti-inflammatory elements which reduce the risk of rhinitis. Broccoli, red grapes, cherries, raspberries, capers, red onions, etc are good sources of Quercetin.

What Are The Best Foods For Tetanus

Foods that help in the management of tetanus are:

  • Liquid foods: Since jaw muscles become stiff and the condition is painful, the patient has difficulty in chewing food. Hence food in the form of a liquid has to be taken to meet the body’s dietary requirements. Hot soups, milk and fruit juices can be consumed.
  • To treat convulsions and muscle contractions and reduce the pain, stimulants such as wine, brandy and whiskey can be taken.
  • If patient unable to take liquids orally, semi digested food can be administered with the help of a feeding tube.
  • A high protein diet helps in reducing the effectiveness of clostridium tetani. Sources of protein are milk, eggs, meat, pulses, beans, etc.
  • Magnesium helps in reducing inflammation and relaxes the jaw muscles. Magnesium rich foods are bananas, avocados, pumpkin, corn, oatmeal, flax seeds, etc.
  • Garlic also has anti inflammatory properties. Include garlic in cooking to help reduce inflammation and pain.
  • Other than these specific foods, when the patient is in a condition to take normal food, he should take complete wholesome food, including carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables to supply the required nourishment to the body. 

Worst Foods With RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Worst Foods For Headache

  • Migraines: Caffeine(can either be a trigger or treatment), dairy, alcohol, chocolates
  • Tension headaches: Caffeine overuse    

What Are The Worst Foods For Rhinitis

  • Gluten: Foods such as wheat, oats, and barley contains gluten which should be avoided. Gluten increases the mucus production leading to nasal blockage.
  • Fried and processed foods: Fried and processed foods are rich in omega 6 fatty acids which increase inflammation. Whole grains, vegetable oils, nuts should be avoided to minimise the risk.
  • Cold drinks and cold food: This type of food increases the spasm leading to a cough. These worsen the symptoms of rhinitis, hence should be avoided.
  • Nuts, seeds and herbs: These contain ragweed, a type of pollen which triggers the rhinitis.
  • Food preservatives: Preservatives are also responsible for exacerbating the allergic rhinitis. Artificial colours and flavours present in foods trigger the symptoms of rhinitis.
  • Sugar: Eliminate sugar. It increases mucus production and worsens the symptoms.
  • Dairy products: Dairy products contain lactose which tends to increase inflammation and mucus formation. Such products should be avoided to manage rhinitis.
  • Alcohol: Alcohol consumption should be limited as it causes dehydration and increases congestion by stimulating the production of mucus.

What Are The Worst Foods For Tetanus

  • Eating a healthy diet is very important for recovery and to give required to the muscles. Avoid:
  • Foods with empty calories like sugar laden foods: sweets, ice creams, and pastries
  • Junk foods: Junk food fills up the plate, but hardly provides any nutrition to the body. 

Symptoms Treated With RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Symptoms Of Headache

  • Symptoms usually differ depending on the cause of a headache.:
  • Tension headaches can present with tender neck and shoulder muscles, jaw clenching at night or a feeling of a tight compression around the head (a band-like headache).
  • Migraines are usually severe headaches, with associated nausea or vomiting. Sensitivity to light or sound may be present. A headache is usually pulsating and on one side of the face/head. Migraines can present with or without aura. Auras are symptoms that typically precede the onset of migraine headaches. These symptoms include blurred vision, seeing flashes or stars.
  • Cluster headaches mostly affect males. These headaches are usually severe, on one side of the head around the orbital area. It may include redness, tearing and drooping of the eye.
  • Possible sinister headaches may present with following:
  • Headaches due to raised intracranial pressure (possible tumour or brain mass) can have an early morning headache that improves during the day, projectile vomiting, neurological symptoms such as weakness or loss of sensation, as well as new onset seizures.
  • A thunderclap headache- sudden, severe onset of a headache, often described as "the worst headache of my life"- may indicate subarachnoid haemorrhage (bleeding under one of the meninges/linings of the brain).
  • Meningitis or encephalitis can present with neck stiffness, fever, sensitivity to light, decreased the level of consciousness or seizures. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Rhinitis

Common symptoms of rhinitis are:

  • Sneezing, running nose
  • Stuffy nose, nasal itching
  • Watery eyes
  • A cough, wheeze
  • Swollen eyelids, headaches

What Are The Symptoms Of Tetanus

The incubation period (the period from the time of exposure to illness) ranges from 3 to 21 days, and symptoms may be experienced anytime between a few days to a couple of weeks once the bacteria enter the body. Common symptoms include:

  • A headache, fever, sweating.
  • Painful stiffness in body muscles, especially jaw and neck muscles.
  • Cramps in the jaw.
  • Difficulty in swallowing.
  • Sudden tightening of involuntary muscles, especially stomach muscles.
  • Blood pressure problems and increased heart rate.
  • Very painful spasms which might last for several minutes; usually triggered by common things like light, touch, loud noise, etc.
  • Face muscle spasms which cause strange facial expressions like a continuous stare, smile or grin.
  • Restlessness.

Complications of this infection are:

  • Bone fractures: Sometimes the spasms are so severe that they may cause the bones or the spine to break.
  • Involuntary tightening of vocal chords.
  • Pulmonary embolism: In some cases, a blood clot travels from a different part of the body and ends up blocking the main artery of the lung or any of its branches.
  • Death: Muscle spasms sometimes cause difficulty in breathing, causing respiratory failure which may be fatal. When the person cannot breathe, lack of oxygen may also lead to a cardiac arrest. Pneumonia is also a complication of this disease leading to death.

Causes of diseases where RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G is used

What Are The Causes Of Headache

Headaches can have a myriad of causes.

The commonest headaches are:

  • Tension headaches- often multifactorial, with stress, poor posture, muscle weakness, sleep deprivation and jaw clenching as related causes.
  • Migraines- Usually a genetic component, with certain individualised, specific triggers such as chocolate, caffeine, exercise, menstruation, and alcohol. Migraines are more common in females due to the hormonal changes associated with normal menstrual cycles.
  • Headaches from fatigue or dehydration
  • Caffeine withdrawal headaches
  • Cluster headaches
  • Other rarer headaches include:
  • Post-coital headache
  • Sinus headaches

Life-threatening headaches:

  • Meningitis
  • Encephalitis
  • Brain tumours or other space occupying lesions
  • Bleeding on the brain

Side effects of certain medications can also cause headaches. These include antidepressants, treatments for erectile dysfunction or withdrawal headaches from chronic analgesic-overuse that contains opioids or caffeine.  

What Are The Causes Of Rhinitis

Rhinitis is caused by viral or bacterial infection or by airborne allergens. Causes of rhinitis are mentioned below according to their types:

  • Infectious rhinitis: This type of rhinitis is commonly caused by viral or bacterial infection. Common cold also causes infectious rhinitis.
  • Non-allergic rhinitis: This type of rhinitis is not caused by infection or allergy but it can be due to certain medications, hormonal changes, occupation or environmental changes.
  • Allergic rhinitis: This type of rhinitis is caused by exposure to airborne allergens such as pollens, mold, dust, animal dander etc.

What Are The Causes Of Tetanus

Clostridium tetani spores are present in the soil, manure, animal faeces and dust. They might be present everywhere due to environmental factors. These spores enter the human body through cuts or wounds. When we have a puncture or an open wound injury caused by an infected object like a blade, splinter, nail or an insect bite, the spores enter the human body and multiply rapidly. Once inside the body, spores grow into bacteria and release a powerful neurotoxin called tetanospasmin, which attacks the nerves that control muscles. As a result, one experiences muscle stiffness and spasms.

Common ways by which the bacterial spores enter human body:

  • Burns.
  • When wounds are contaminated with infected saliva, dirt or faeces.
  • When injuries are caused by sharp objects like a nail, needle, blade, tattoo, piercings, etc., which cause the puncturing wounds.
  • Gunshot wounds.
  • Insect or animal bites.
  • New born baby may get tetanus from an infection of the umbilical cord as a result of unhygienic practices during child birth.
  • Tetanus can also be caused by some uncommon ways like:
  • In compound fractures, where the broken bone is exposed.
  • Infections in teeth.
  • Surgical procedures.
  • Injections given into the muscles (intramuscular).
  • Infected foot ulcers.
  • Superficial wounds, where only the uppermost layer is scraped off.
  • Chronic sores.
  • People who do not get vaccinated against tetanus and those are not up to date with booster shots are at high risk of getting the disease.

Do's With Usage of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Headache

  • If you are prone to develop tension headaches, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is necessary.
  • Exercise and healthy diet help with stress reduction and elimination of toxins from your body.
  • Be sure to eat right and drink plenty of fluids
  • If you suffer from migraines, keep a migraine diary and try to determine what the specific triggers are.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Rhinitis

  • Stay away from the cause if it is known.
  • Keep your mouth and nose covered while going out.’
  • Keep yourself and your living area clean to reduce the attacks of allergens.
  • Regularly clean your nasal passage with a saltwater solution. This will help you keep your nose free of irritants and minimise the symptoms.
  • Inhale steam to clear the excess mucus and irritants.
  • Drink plenty of water to remove the toxins from the body.
  • Keep your pets neat and clean to avoid exposure to animal dander.
  • Limit outdoor activities during dusk and dawn.
  • Take your medications regularly as prescribed to manage the symptoms.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Tetanus

For wounds:

  • If you have got a puncture wound or a deep cut, any bite wounds or dirty wounds, you are at a high risk for tetanus infection, particularly if you are not vaccinated. Seek medical help for a booster shot and antibiotics.
  • Initially, keep unclean wounds open so that bacteria are not trapped within a bandage.
  • If you’ve got a minor wound, first stop bleeding by applying pressure.
  • Clean the wound with soap and clean running water.
  • Apply an antibiotic cream to prevent bacterial growth.
  • Now apply a bandage to protect from further infection.
  • Change the dressing regularly to prevent infection.
  • Keep the area dry.

For muscles:

  • Since jaw muscles stiffen and pain in this condition, apply a cold pack three times a day. It will give some relief.
  • Doing jaw exercises will relax the jaw muscles to a certain extent.

Dont's With Usage Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Headache

  • Leave headaches untreated or uninvestigated.
  • If any possible danger or red flags symptoms are present, seek medical advice
  • Overuse of over the counter drugs painkillers. These may cause rebound headaches if used too often    

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Rhinitis

  • Don’t over medicate to get fast relief as it may cause serious side effects.
  • Don’t dry your clothes outside as it may attract pollens.
  • Don’t touch your pet as this will increase the risk for allergy.
  • Don’t ignore the symptoms and rush to the doctor if symptoms get worse.
  • Avoid tobacco and smoking.
  • Avoid alcohol consumption as it causes nasal blockage.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Tetanus

  • Do not leave any wounds unattended. If you have an open wound and it breaks the skin, then there is a possibility of contracting tetanus infection. If you have had a tetanus vaccine, the doctor might give you a booster. But if you aren’t really sure of having being vaccinated, then you will need the first primary vaccine for tetanus.
  • Do not forget to immunize children against tetanus. Follow up the immunization schedules and take booster shots as prescribed.

RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G has the following salts in its composition

 1) Haridra 2) Nirgundi 3) As Taila 4) Devadaru 5) Nilgirika Tel 6) Karpora 7) Bala 8) Pudina ka Phul 9) Ajamoda

Other Useful Tips With Usage Of RHEUMENSA CREAM 40G

What Are The Tips For Tetanus

  • Tetanus is an acute and a serious infection. Luckily, it can be prevented by vaccination. If you haven’t been immunized against tetanus, consider going to a health care centre and talk to the support staff about getting immunized.
  • A person afflicted with tetanus infection needs great support from friends and family since the condition is very painful and hampers everyday activities. Following yoga and meditation routine will help in relaxing the body muscles as well as calm the mind.

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Batch No : 0212
Exp Date : 07/18