The Nervous System

Nerve Calming

The Nervous System is a complex collection of nerves and specialized cells known as neurons that transmit signatls between the different parts of the body. Vertebraetes (animals with backbones and spinal columns) have centered and peripheral Nervous Systems.

DEFINITION: The Central Nervous System is essentially the body's electrical wiring. It is comprised of Nerves that are cylindrical bundles of fibers that start at the brain and central cord and branch out to every part of the body.

The Central Nervous System is made up of the brain, spinal cord and retina.

The Peripheral Nervous System consists of sensory neurons, glanglia (clusters of neurons) and nerves that connect to one another and to the Central Nervous System.


Numbness (497 causes)

Reflex Symptoms (469 causes)

Sensations (6250 causes)

Pain (6458 causes)

Temperature Sensitivity (76 causes)

Taste Symptoms (94 causes)

Hearing Impairment (1010 causes)

Paresthesias (453 causes)

Tingling (951 causes

Burning (68 causes)

Hypersensitive (50 causes)

Autonomic Nerve Symptoms (345 causes)

Nerve Damage (48 causes)

Nervous System Problems (110 causes)

Cranial Nerve Dysfunction (43 causes)

Peripheral Neuropathy (299 causes)

Guillain-Barre Syndrome (5 causes)




Epidural Abscess



Parkinson's disease

Multiple sclerosis

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease)

SCIATICA and what causes it....

Sciatica is generally caused by inflammation of the Sciatica Nerves that run from the spinal column down through each of the legs.

This inflammation is typically the direct result of a damaged or herniated disc. These discs, which sit between each of the spinal vertebrae, are tough, jelly=like rings that protect the Nerves travelling to and from the spinal cord itself as the spine compresses throughout the day.

When the spine is moved abnormally through heavy lifting or injury, the discs can rupture, limiting their ability to absorb the compressive forces they're continuously exposed to.

As a result, any Nerve that happens to run through the area that's now being compressed is pinched. More often than not with these kinds of injuries the pinched Nerve in question is the Sciatica Nerve. When the Sciatica Nerve is compressed the pain it causes can travel the length of the Nerve all the way into the leg.

However, the source of the pain is a compressive force caused by motion of the spinal vertebrae, various motions such as those from sneezing and laughing and bending backwards. Left untreated this pain can worsen overtime if the herniated disc causing the pinched Nerve is not allowed to heal.


Sharp Electric Shock Pain



Muscle Spasms Burning Sensations

Weakness in the Legs and Feet

All of these symptoms can travel from the back to the buttocks and legs. Though the pain is sometimes just a manageable inconvenience, more often than not it can be debilitating, severely decreasing quality of life.


and what causes it....

CGS is a Nerve-related condition that causes pain and numbness in the wrists and hands. It affects three times as many women as men according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). It's primarily seen in adults especially those who perform assembly line-type work. Such workers are three times more likely to get CTS as those who perform desk work.

Carpal Tunnel is a passageway in the wrist that protects the median Nerve, the main nerve to the hand; the flexor tendons that bend the fingers and thumb and other soft tissues such as ligaments and blood vessels. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeon, Carpal Tunnel syndrome occurs when the tissues surrounding the flexor tendons swell and put pressure on the median Nerve. This pressure can pinch the Nerve causing the pain associated with CTS.


1 - Trauma or Injury to the Wrist that causes swelling such as a sprain or fracture

2 - Over activity of the Pituitary Gland

3 - Hypothyroidism

4 - Repeated use of vibrating hand tools

5 - Work Stress

6 - Rheumatoid

7 - Arthritis

8 - Development of a cyst or tumor in the canal

9 - Fluid retention during pregnancy or menopause

SUMMARY: The True Rife Nerve Calming Blend is designed for recurrent pain along a nerve pathway without nerve damage. Nerve pain may have no known cause, but it is painful nonetheless. Calming the nerves becomes a factor in relieving pain.

True Rife Nerve Calming Blend Ingredients: Rosemary, Bergamot, Coriander, Chamomile Roman, Lavender, Lemongrass, Peppermint, Petitgrain, Basil, Cardamom, Geranium, Lemon, Jasmine, Palmarosa

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