Answer: i was wondering how to do a shoulder nerve pinch but in my experience the soft spot of skin behind the ear is best for nerve pinches however this is to be done with caution do not hold for more than 5 seconds unless in a very serious situation as it may result in unconciosness and under no circumstances hold for more than 8 seconds as it may result in permanent brain damamge or death
Answer: The sciatic nerve is a large nerver running down into your leg. It is a fairly thick nerve and contains pain receptors as part of the bundle. Often times the nerve will become pinched either between your muscles or between muscle and bone, or in a few cases bone and bone; these are all known as sciatica. Since it provides sensation to your entire leg you will feel the pain from it throughout your entire leg. The intensity of pain is caused because it is an actual nerve being pinched as opposed to just a single receptor. Many people will go to massage therapists, reflexologists, or chiropractors to correct sciatica.
The sciatic nerve is the largest and longest single nerve in the human body, about as big around as a thumb at its largest point. The nerve originates in the lower spine as nerve roots exit the spinal cord (through the bones in the spine), and extends all the way down the back of the leg to the toes.
The sciatic nerve is actually a combination of nerves. It is formed on the right and left hand side of the lower spine by the combination of the fourth and fifth lumbar nerves and the first three nerves in the sacral spine. Each nerve exits the spine between two vertebral segments and is named for the segment above it.
Answer: There are approximately seven trillion nerves in the human body.There are twelve pairs of cranial nerves and thirty two pairs ofspinal nerve roots which then branch out to the rest of the body.
Answer: The sciatic nerve (also known as the ischiatic nerve) is a large nerve fiber in humans and other animals. It begins in the lower back and runs through the buttock and down the lower limb. It is the longest and widest single nerve in the human bod
Answer: A nerve can die due to various causes more commonly due to injury , reduced blood supply etc. There are 3 types of nerves 1) Sensory 2) Motor 3) Autonomous The function served by that nerve will be lost . For example if the sensory nerve is lost , the sensation in that part of the skin will be lost. Motor nerve, if cut , will lead to secondary atrophy of that muscle.