If you’re one of the over 20 million people in the United States that suffer from painful neuropathy you’ve surely found yourself investing in a variety of remedies. The most common product you can purchase and use every day are likely socks. With literally hundreds of brands and a wide variety of styles, it can be difficult to find the best socks to help alleviate your specific neuropathy pain.
Stopping Neuropathy at Home with the ReBuilder
Ever stub your toe in the middle of the night going to the bathroom? How about the insane pain you get when stepping on one of your children’s Legos in bare feet? Not much worse than that, right? Well, those who suffer from nerve pain from neuropathy would certainly beg to differ with you. Banging your foot on the leg of a sofa or dropping a full grocery bag onto your foot when unloading the car—while still super painful—pales in comparison to the chronic agony of neuropathy.
If you’re reading this, likely, you are currently suffering from the pain and anguish caused by peripheral neuropathy. The weakness and numbness that constantly targets your feet, hands or both can be not only excruciating but also cause you to feel as if you’re missing out on living life. Things you would take for granted before the onset of peripheral neuropathy, like going for a walk, buying groceries, gardening, or even just getting a good night’s sleep all seem like a luxury at this point.
Remember that one relative that always complained about their knee pain? The same uncle, aunt or grandparent who swore they could tell when it was going to rain based simply on how much their knees “were acting up”? You may have thought they were just joking around when you were younger, but now that you’re older with knee pain of your own maybe you view them in a new light.
Living with neuropathy can be difficult to say the least. The chronic pain, sleepless nights, difficulty with digestion and oftentimes a drop in blood pressure when you least expect it can lead you to try any remedy to make yourself feel normal again. In fact, you likely wonder what “normal” really means anymore—it’s been that long since you’ve truly felt like yourself.