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Pain and stiffness on right side, difficulty speaking, weakness. Brain MRI, X-rays done. Mild spondylosis?

respected sir, iam suffering this probs from more than 10 years.Bofore i was having aching and stiffness in right side of my body .now iam doing yoga and has reduced aching but stiffness is still there.i feel difficulty in speaking and concentrating stifness in right side of the body and feeling week.have done head mri ,x-rays .some doctors say mild spondylosis some say nothing wrong i am really helpless with this condition.
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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welcome to health care magic
stiffness in body are usually due to lack of daily physical activity, being overweight, having a poor diet, not sleeping properly, and being in an environment that tends to be cold and/or damp.
as u mentioned some doc diagnosed with spondylosis so may be your having stiffness coz of spondylosis.consult orthopaedics to can also consult homeopath near by.Homeopathic medicines are best for getting relief in symptoms of pain occurring in cases of body stifness.Regular mobilizing and strengthening exercises are strongly recommended along with homeopathic medicines.
Take a hot shower. This serves as a means to induce sweating, promote blood circulation and release muscle spasms. Simply stand under the hot water and... relax.
good luck.
Answered: Wed, 9 May 2012
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