Neuropathy is becoming a more common medical diagnosis every day. The condition features a wide range of symptoms for a single cause: nerve damage, which can be caused by a plethora of different medical conditions, or seemingly none at all! There are many different medications out there that treat your symptoms- and unfortunately, the side effects can feel like a new condition all on its own. If your doc can isolate your neuropathy's cause, they'll likely treat that condition first.
Stopping Neuropathy at Home with the ReBuilder
Are the keto, or low carb ways of eating, beneficial diets to combat neuropathy? We think so. Lowering your carbohydrate intake could help you reduce your neuropathy symptoms, and many of the similarities between the low-carb lifestyle and diabetic nutrition speak to it. Let’s jump right in!
There’s no shortage of advice on the internet. It’s hard to sift truth from fact when more and more users with wide interests congregate in mere seconds. Who’s to say what’s real and what’s fact? And with all the stress of not knowing how to discern truth from bias, it’s hard to figure out what you actually should be doing to slow the progression of your neuropathy.
Let's make this short and sweet: 10 things NOT to do when trying to keep neuropathy under control.
While the ReBuilder® is classified as a TENS for FDA purposes, it is most successfully used and marketed as a treatment for peripheral neuropathy types- meaning neuropathy that occurs in the extremities like the hands, feet, fingers, and toes. Does that mean it only treats those extremities?
So, it’s come this far. You’re at the point in your life where you have to have a surgical procedure in order to restore normalcy. Your doctors assure you that they will do the best they can to get you back to normal. The day of your surgery comes, and you wake up sore but patched up nonetheless. Soon enough, you’re back on your feet and everything is great - well, almost! Wait...why do my toes hurt?
Although not the death sentence it once was decades ago, HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is still a disease that can be life-changing, painful, and even lethal. With more and more patients surviving HIV and even thriving- leading a full life thanks to breakthroughs in medicine and treatment options- you’d think there would be a cure for HIV-related neuropathy.
Ahh… fall harvest time, chilly breezes, falling leaves, and cozy flannels. We’re getting closer and closer to snowy wintertime, seeing our families and preparing to give of ourselves to others in the holiday spirit. With joy in our hearts as the holidays kick off, we wanted to ask a question of a few of our recent customers: Why are you thankful for your ReBuilder®?
If you’re suffering from neuropathy - whether related to diabetes, surgery, infection, or even no real identifiable cause - you’ve likely tried everything possible to find relief. The pain can be unbearable at times and impacts nearly every area of your life. Maybe you’ve tried a TENS unit to find some relief, and maybe you’ve even experienced instant comfort during those self-administered sessions. What happens after you take those adhesive electric pads off?