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Trauma and Peripheral Neuropathy

Trauma, which can result in things such as broken bones or back injuries, is another very common cause of peripheral neuropathy. Nerves are often located in the grooves of bones. For example, several nerves that start from the neck, travel to the fingers by running along the forearm and arm. If the arm should become broken, the nerves that run along the bone can be damaged as well. [...]
By |October 16th, 2019|Neuropathy|Comments Off on Trauma and Peripheral Neuropathy|

B-Vitamins

B-Vitamins There are eight known B-vitamins. These vitamins are all considered to be water soluble, meaning that any excess amounts are excreted in the urine. They are found in sources such as meat, beans, potatoes, and whole grains. B complex vitamins are important for overall health and well being. B vitamins, such as B12, B1, biotin, and folate in particular, play an important role in healthy nerve function. [...]
By |October 13th, 2019|Neuropathy|Comments Off on B-Vitamins|

Peripheral Neuropathy: Symptoms, Causes and Diagnosis

Peripheral Neuropathy: Symptoms, Causes and Diagnosis
 

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that happens when the peripheral nervous system gets to be harmed by infection, injury or poisons. The condition can bring about a man being not able identify heat, frosty and torment. There is frequently deadness or shivering in the hands or the feet. On the off chance that the engine nerves are influenced, a […]

Peripheral Neuropathy Foot Care

Peripheral neuropathy can be due to many causes, so its prognosis, care and treatment depend on the root cause. However all peripheral neuropathies have a common factor which is damage to the nerves (one or more nerves, bilaterally, unilaterally, progressively or not) transporting information to the central nervous system and, in turn bring back a response from it. Peripheral neuropathy is a two way road that can affect in a very diverse way. [...]

Sepsis

Sepsis is a very serious condition in which the entire body develops an inflammatory reaction. It is often caused by a serious bacteria infection in the blood. Usually, when there is an infection, the inflammatory response is limited to the site of the infection. For example, if a cut on your finger becomes infected—the finger alone becomes swollen. This would be a normal response. When a person becomes septic however, the entire body develops the inflammatory reaction. [...]
By |October 4th, 2019|Neuropathy|Comments Off on Sepsis|

Peripheral Neuropathy and Medication

Have you taken your peripheral neuropathy medications today? It is important to take your medication as prescribed by your physician to ensure the best outcome. I can remember using notes and alarms to remind me to take my medication. Put these notes where they are easily visible like on your bathroom mirrors, the refrigerator door or even the inside of your front door. I used to ask family members to ask me if I took my medications too. Whatever that ensured I did not miss taking my medication. [...]