If you have suffered from the debilitating effects of neuropathy for a while, then I am sure you have noticed there are certain foods that intensify your symptoms. You may have noticed after eating that slice of birthday cake your pain, numbness, and tingling got a lot worse.
Helpful Tips and Information for Neuropathy Pain Relief
Valuable health tips and information on natural methods for relief from neuropathy pain.
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Taking care of your joints is tough business. As we age, we need help with the nutrition that feeds our body’s cartilage. If you have ever been in my office, then you know that sometimes nutrition isn’t enough to give your body all of the nutrients it needs to heal and repair.
With over 34 million Americans living with Diabetes, and approximately 50% of them suffering from Neuropathy, it is no surprise that this is the one of the most asked questions we hear at my neuropathy center.
Staying Hydrated Can Help Reduce Neuropathy Symptoms.
Neuropathy Pain Might Be Increased By Dehydration.
Dehydration is talked about so often that we start to tune it out. That’s what happens when you hear the same message over and over again; you become almost immune to hearing it. Well it’s time to tune back in. The first step to improving your neuropathy pain can be so simple and free. Focus on what you put into your body.
Think about your arteries and veins like a big river. That will almost always flow in some capacity. It is the creeks and the streams off the river that feed the nerves. That is called micro-circulation. If you cannot get blood flow to nerves, what happens? The nerves die. Well, in order to even think about healing them, micro- circulation has to improve to bet proper blood flow and nutrition to the nerves. One big step in that is HYDRATION.