Treatment for Pain Sciatic Nerve – Is Water the Best Answer?

Finding a cure for sciatica is like finding a needle in a haystack – literally. Every time you start to go one way, you get pulled in another direction. It is a game of trial and error that can feel like it will never end.

And all the while you are hurting. Not only is your body hurting from the sciatica, now it hurts from the ways to fix the sciatica. And all of this ‘trial and error’ to fix your pain is leaving your wallet hurting too.

I could say this is frustrating and painful, but that would not even begin to cover what it really feels like now would it?

While you are looking for your cure, you can find treatment for pain sciatic nerve. You can find relief and feel like you have some power over this awful pain.

And finding a cure can sometimes be as easy as going to your kitchen. It is no secret that you need water to live. We would all be in a pretty bad place without it. But did you know water can be your best weapon again your pain? Water can give you the sciatic relief you have been searching for, and unlike some of the other treatments out there, it will not be painful, it will even feel good.

The next time you are in pain, try these three things and I guarantee that you will feel better.

Epsom Salt Bath – make a nice warm bath and load it up with epsom salt. Gadge how much salt to put in by how much bubblebath you would put in to make bubbles. Because every tub is different, this is the easiest thing to do.

Cold Showers – they are not particularly fun, but cold showers will loosen up your muscles and soothe inflammation. If you want to try the cold shower and then jump into the epsom salt bath you can do that too.

Epsom Salt Water – Take two tbsp of epsom salt and put them into a glass of water. It will not be fun to drink, but it will give you the relief that you need.

And of course, water is always good for hydration. If you have sciatic nerve pain, you know how sensitive your sciatica nerve is. Keeping the muscles around the nerve hydrated will keep them from tensing up and putting pressure on the nerve.

Remember, this is just a treatment. Treatment is not a cure.