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Expert Peripheral Neuropathy Care
What should you do when you feel weird crawlers fluctuating your leg in the evening? Have you been kept awake in the evening because of leg pain? You might have peripheral neuropathy. It is an unpleasant bothersome problem that affects people with diabetes or individuals after they go through chemotherapy. Basically what occurs is that the nerves in your legs or hands start to lose sensitivity. When this happens your brain is looking for feedback from the nerves and it is not getting enough feedback. The toxicity of the chemotherapy eats away tat the nerve covering triggering the feelings of discomfort or loss of sensations. For diabetics, excessive glucose in their blood gnaws at the nerve covering.
Because both underlying conditions are serious peripheral neuropathy is usually treated with medications like Lyrica or Cymbalta. Sometimes, these drugs alleviate the symptoms but featured a cost. The chemotherapy patients and diabetics are already on medications for the main diseases so another medication makes it harder for the body to work effectively. Frequently a side effect of the neuropathy medications is weight gain
The primary symptoms of peripheral neuropathy are universal across the primary three types of peripheral neuropathy diabetes caused neuropathy, chemo-induced peripheral neuropathy, and alcoholic neuropathy. The is an important tool called the Michigan Neuropathy Screening Instrument that was established by the University of Michigan to help self assess neuropathy. The Michigan Neuropathy Screening Instrument (MNSI) is used to evaluate distal balanced peripheral neuropathy in diabetes.
There are several key components to the neuropathy program at [email protected]. As I see it the addition of EWOT has made a considerable impact on outcomes. It is essential to understand that every living thing in your body needs oxygen, stimulation, and glucose to survive. The majority of neuropathy clients have a compromised system. When combined with proper nerve stimulation, the addition of oxygen is a tremendous boost to the healing process. Adequate glucose guideline is a basic fundamental building block to dealing with peripheral neuropathy.