Does gluten cause peripheral neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a peripheral nerves disorder; these nerves take care of information going from/to the central nervous system. A nerve or a group can be affected. In fact, many groups of nerves can be affected. Damage can be unilateral or bilateral and symmetric. As the nerves perform many different functions, some or many can be affected. Basically, and to understand better the issue, it can be simplified considering the sensorial, sensitive and motor damage. [...]
By |February 22nd, 2019|Categories: Neuropathy|Tags: |0 Comments

Nerve Damage in Hand

Nerve Damage in Hand
 

Nerve damage in hand can influence its proper working. Here’s additional about the causes, side effects, and treatment choices that are accessible.

Nerves in the body do the essential capacity of transmission of messages between the mind and different parts of the body. On the whole, there are three unique sorts of […]

By |February 19th, 2019|Categories: Neuropathy|Tags: |0 Comments

Nutritional Neuropathies

Nutritional neuropathies occur as the result of poor nutrition, particularly if there is a deficiency of certain B vitamins. All of the B vitamins are important for normal nerve function. Thiamine (B1) is commonly found in enriched breads, pasta, and cereal. Thiamin deficiency may occur in alcoholism, anorexia, or bulimia. Neuropathy can also occur in people who are deficient in Vitamin B6 or Vitamin B12. Vitamin B6 is found in meat, beans, greens, fish, and whole grains. Vitamin B6 deficiency is uncommon, but can occur as a side effect of certain medications such as the antibiotic, isoniazid. [...]
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Myelin Layer

The myelin layer is a white fatty and protein covering that insulates and protects a nerve fiber. The concept of myelin can be thought of as similar to the insulating coatings that typically surround electrical wiring. Just like insulators are needed to protect electrical wires, myelin is needed to protect our nerve fibers which incidentally, conduct electrical current also. Myelin is made up of roughly about 80% fat, and about 20% protein. [...]
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Neuropathic Pain: Definition, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

Neuropathic Pain: Definition, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment
 
What is Neuropathic Pain?
 

Neuropathic pain is a complex, chronic pain state generally accompanied by tissue injuries. The nerve fibres may be damaged, dysfunctional or injured during such chronic pain and sends incorrect signals to other pain centers in the body. The effect may include a change in functioning of […]

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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 […]

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Causes and Treatment for Peripheral Neuropathy

Causes and Treatment for Peripheral Neuropathy
 

Neuropathy is a painful disease that influences the nervous system and its capacity to sense movement to the zone that sustained the nerve harm. Neuropathy can cause painful and multiple symptoms which is a very dangerous Diseases of the Nervous System.

Neuropathy symptoms

Neuropathy is a consequence of nerve harm in […]

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Do you like Choices?

It has been a few months since my last post to you but I have been busy with my website developer and the team to bring the best to you. It is good to be writing to you on a beautiful warm spring afternoon. You have to choose nearly every minute of the day. Do I snooze the alarm or do I get up and exercise? Do I take a long or short shower? So many choices. [...]
By |February 1st, 2019|Categories: Neuropathy|Tags: |0 Comments

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. [...]
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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. [...]
By |January 26th, 2019|Categories: Neuropathy|Tags: |0 Comments