What is an umbilical hernia and why does it arise?
An umbilical hernia is a pathological compaction of adipose tissue that protrudes through the gap in the abdominal muscles in the navel region. Often, this deviation develops during the neonatal period in premature babies. When coughing or crying, they can see how it becomes convex or compacted near umber area. In adults, this disease may develop due to excessive stress on the abdominal press or on the background of obesity. In some women, the umbilical hernia appears during the gestation of multiple pregnancies.
A characteristic sign of an umbilical hernia is a compaction or bulge with a diameter of 1—5 cm. In childhood, it does not cause anxiety, and adults may experience minor discomfort or pain when pressed on the bulge.
Treatment of umbilical hernia according to national prescriptions It
is possible to treat umbilical hernia at home only after consultation with the attending physician. If the specialist does not see a possible danger to health when using a particular means, it means there is a chance to do without the treatment of hernia by surgical means.
Strengthen connective tissue in the treatment of hernia will help plantain seeds crushed to a powdery state. The healing gear must be eaten 12 times a day by pinch.
To relieve tension from abdominal muscles you can prepare such a tincture. The flowers of cornflower twisted, dried and crushed, taken in the amount of 3 teaspoons and poured half a liter of boiling water. Capacity is covered with a lid, wrapped and let the means stick for 60 minutes. Then it is strained and taken until eating half a cup no more than 3 times a day.
Dry crushed roots of plakun-grass, or willow derbennik are poured boiling water in a ratio of 1 tablespoon of raw material per 1 cup liquid. The remedy is covered and wrapped until cooled. It is then filtered, and taken 1/4 cup 20 minutes before each meal.
Get rid of hernia will help compresses from the baked bulb. It is cut and one half is applied to a herniated hole, fixed with a scarf or belt. The procedure should be performed daily for 2 months.
Enrich the depleted tissues with useful trace elements will help red or red clay, which has nourishing and restoring properties. In the treatment of umbilical hernia it is used as follows. 2 tablespoons of clay are mixed with 1.5 tablespoons of warm water and make tortillas. Then it is wrapped in gauze and heated to a temperature of 38oS. The treatment procedure is carried out by applying a warm tortillas to the compacted area, and keep it until the clay starts to dry. In 3 weeks, the hernia should be gone.
Fern in the treatment of umbilical hernia is used so. The leaves of the plant wash and pour boiling water. After a couple of minutes they are taken out and rolled up 2—3 times, then applied to the navel for 3 hours in the form of a compress. For convenience, the leaves can be secured with a scarf or a wide belt. Such treatment should be carried out daily for a month.