You’ve been told by your doctor that you suffer from neuropathy, but your physician can’t pinpoint what the cause is. You haven’t had any surgeries. You’re not diabetic. None of your family members have ever received this diagnosis and you don’t drink. You find yourself asking “what’s going on here?” Excellent question. Today we’re going to provide you with some answers as well as a solution to help you find relief, even a cure, for this horrible condition- idiopathic neuropathy.
Stopping Neuropathy at Home with the ReBuilder
If you’ve been following our blog you’ve no doubt noticed the effort we have been putting into educating those suffering from peripheral neuropathy and how to eliminate the agonizing “pins and needles” feeling that comes along with this horrible condition.
Neuropathy sucks. Ask anyone who suffers from peripheral neuropathy and they’ll tell you it impacts literally everything in their life. This constant discomfort takes people on a journey to find a method to help alleviate their agony. One of the first solutions you find involves diet and nutrition. In the previous blog post we mentioned some of the best foods to eat to boost nerve health. Today we’re going to discuss what you eat that could be a nerve-damaging food.
Peripheral neuropathy pain can easily throw your life into a tailspin. It impacts your daily activities and routine tasks that you used to take for granted like working on the yard, doing the laundry, or simply walking the dog, but it also has negative repercussions for your family and loved ones. You’re fed up with these chronic pains that can appear out of nowhere, ruining your plans for the day, but there are steps you can take to help keep these outbreaks in check.
If you’re living with peripheral neuropathy it’s likely you’ve tried everything imaginable to find relief from the daily pain that seems to never go away.
Those who suffer from peripheral neuropathy understand the importance of exercise and diet to help keep pain in check. For those that don’t watch what they eat and live a sedentary lifestyle, pain flare ups can be much more frequent making it difficult to perform even the most common of daily tasks. Additionally, there are certain vitamins and minerals that, when taken as directed, can help to increase nerve health resulting in a decrease in the aches and pains associated with neuropathy.
Peripheral neuropathy is commonly related to nerve pain in the feet, but if you’re reading this chances are high that you’ve also experienced the same “pins and needles” feeling in your hands as well. If you’re one of the over 20 million people who suffer from neuropathy it’s likely that you’ve also felt this chronic pain in your hands making it difficult to complete even the easiest tasks. Brushing your teeth, texting on your cell phone or even trying to write your signature on a credit card receipt can be almost impossible when your hands are in agony due to nerve related pain.
When it comes to living with neuropathy related to diabetes, living a normal life can be very challenging. Not only do you have to monitor your blood sugar and watch what you eat, but you'll find yourself in debilitating pain in the blink of an eye. In past articles, we shared a variety of different remedies that can alleviate the pain that is part of living with neuropathy.