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.
What Exactly Is Idiopathic Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is defined as dysfunction or disease of one or more nerves resulting in weakness, numbness, or pain usually associated with a traumatic injury, exposure to certain toxins or infections, or even as a “side effect” of diabetes. When none of the above can be assigned as the reason for a patient’s neuropathy it falls into a category known as “idiopathic neuropathy”, which in layman’s terms means the cause of neuropathy is simply undetermined.
What Are The Most Common Symptoms Of Neuropathy?
Ask anyone who is suffering from neuropathy and they will be able to explain the daily torture they experience including:
- A frequent feeling of “pins and needles” in the legs, feet, and hands.
- Persistent tingling of the extremities.
- Stabbing pains often shooting down to the feet.
- Muscle weakness.
- Sensitivity to even the slightest touch.
- Loss of balance.
- Insomnia due to the constant pain.
Doesn’t sound like something you would wish on your worst enemy, does it? But why have you been inflicted with this painful condition? You’ve checked the list of what makes someone prone to neuropathy and on paper, you appear to be free and clear of all the factors and causes.
Some Not-So-Common Reasons You May Be Suffering From Idiopathic Neuropathy And What You Can Do About It Today
You’ve ruled out the common reasons people may be prone to nerve problems and neuropathy such as surgery, diabetes, bacterial infections, and physical trauma, so let’s investigate some of the “sneakier” culprits you may not have considered.
It is possible that your daily prescribed medications can be causing your neuropathy, specifically drugs related to HIV and follow-up chemotherapy treatment. And, let’s not forget the biggest culprit- statins! Statin drugs lower cholesterol, and with continued use studies have found that statins wear away the nerves’ myelin sheaths, making them susceptible to damage.
It’s very rare, however hypothyroidism can lead to neuropathy and is often not identified as the root cause.
A lack of certain vitamins in your diet can result in nerve issues. If you’re not getting enough “B” and “E” vitamins you could find yourself suffering from symptoms of neuropathy. Additionally, you can experience neuropathy due to overuse of vitamin B!
If you’ve been diagnosed with one or more autoimmune conditions such as lupus, celiac disease or Sjogren’s syndrome this could be the reason you are also suffering with neuropathy.
What Can You Do To Help Relieve—Even Eliminate—Your Idiopathic Neuropathy Pain?
It’s always a good idea to discuss the potential cause and treatment of your neuropathy with your family doctor, however, there is a treatment available that you can use in the comfort of your own home.
The ReBuilder® is a very sophisticated, computerized medical device created to alleviate peripheral neuropathy pain with absolutely no side effects. It stimulates sleeping, damaged nerves, increasing blood flow while at the same time elevating pain-relieving and mood-enhancing chemicals produced by the brain. Each session takes only 30 minutes, making it a viable in-home treatment option that won't derail your day.
This FDA-cleared device has become the standard of care utilized in hospitals and clinics throughout the world. You can find a wealth of detailed information about the ReBuilder, including how Dr. Phillips developed this ground-breaking device to stop neuropathy pain .
Would You Like To Learn How You Can Find Relief For Your Peripheral Neuropathy In Just 30 Minutes?
If you would like to find an easier, more dependable way to eliminate the pain of peripheral neuropathy please don’t hesitate to connect with us via the contact form on this page. Prefer to talk to a human? Call us directly at 877.717.5487 with any questions you may have regarding our product line. If you’re ready to order your own ReBuilder® we have multiple models to review at our online store.