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What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is essentially an inflammation of the nerves caused by disease. The word ‘Neuropathy’ actually means “a disease of the nerve”, based upon its derivation. The most common form of neuropathy is peripheral neuropathy, often abbreviated with PN. Peripheral Neuropathy is closely connected with Diabetes for a couple major reasons. The high blood sugar levels often, over time, cause the nerves to deteriorate and become...

The different types of Neuropathy

Neuropathy, as described elsewhere on this website, has many different forms and variations that it comes in. It can effect different parts of the nervous system and thus has different areas of the body that it effects most majorly. It also can have different source points or things that are causing the illness, thus different names and types for that as well. There is autonomic neuropathy, peripheral neuropathy, compressive...

Types of Neuropathy: Causes and Treatments

Introduction The branch of medical science that deals with the study of functions, analysis and malfunctions of nervous system is called neurology. Neuropathy is a term, which is associated with disorders of the nervous system and its nerves. Our body consists of a gigantic network of nerves located in every part of our body. The system of nerves or the nervous system is responsible for carrying stimulations as electronic...

Foot and Leg Neuropathy

Neuropathy most often occurs in the extremities of the body, especially in the feet and legs. There are various symptoms associated with neuropathy in the feet and legs including foot pain, leg pain, numbness, tingling and burning. There are different methods that you can use to relieve these symptoms, including medications, topical creams, electrical stimulus and special socks. However, none of these solutions address the...

Get back the feeling in your hands and feet

Nerve damage can occur due to being diabetic, or taking pharmaceutical drugs (especially any of the cholesterol lowering drugs), or just toxins in the water we drink, the food we eat and the air we breathe. Nerve damage produces numb fingers or numb hands, and in your legs it shows up as numb toes or numb feet. The numbness will not go away – it will just get worse unless you do something about it! The numb fingers will...

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