Archive for the ‘Foot Neuropathy’ Category


Peripheral, Proximal, Autonomic, Oh My!

Neuropathy can be broken down into multiple types, however, one of the most common factors is diabetic neuropathy. Diabetic neuropathy is very common and a very serious complication of diabetes. It occurs when the body’s blood sugar is too high for too long. The best way to manage this is to manage your blood sugar level.  […]

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7 Reasons Why You Feel Tingling in Your Hands or Feet

BILLION PHOTOS/SHUTTERSTOCL You probably know what it feels like to have a pins-and-needles sensation in your hands or feet after sleeping in an awkward position or keeping your legs crossed for too long. It’s annoying, but you shake things out a bit and move on, no harm done. But if you have frequent or long-lasting […]

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10 Gifts Your Loved One with Neuropathy Will Love

  Do you have a friend or loved one who suffers from nerve pain or other nerve related problems? If so, the holidays are a great excuse to give them a gift that not only shows you care – but can also make their life just a little bit easier.   To help you pick […]

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Concerns On Foot Neuropathy Exposed

Now with so many conditions out there, you don’t to have one that could incapacitate you for several days sneak up on you. This is exactly what neuropathy will do if you are not prepared for it. One way you can prepare for a neuropathy attack is to be taking or utilizing a neuropathy treatment […]

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Treating Foot Neuropathy

Foot neuropathy is a condition that is the result of damage to the peripheral nerve of the foot. This condition is very debilitating and can be quite painful to endure. Symptoms of foot neuropathy include tingling, burning sensations, chronic pain, numbness, or lack of feeling. There are several causes for foot neuropathy. Once the underlying […]

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Foot Neuropathy

Many people suffer from foot neuropathy. The most common cause of foot neuropathy is diabetes. When those who suffer from this disease do not take precautions concerning their feet, neuropathy can occur, making it difficult for them to walk, stand, and function. Neuropathy symptoms include a pins-and-needles sensation, burning or shooting pain, and deep aches […]

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Back Tension And Foot Neuropathy

Neuropathy is one of those conditions that not only has no cure but it also has the propensity toward lingering and lasting a longer time with the sufferer causing more agony and pain than they have ever experienced. Years upon years, medical professionals have searched for the cure and even the precise cause of neuropathy […]

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Neuropathic Pain Treatment And Foot Issues From Nerve Pain

One of the most important things to remember, when coming up against the incurable condition of neuropathy day in and day out, is to avoid common things that will intensify the condition’s symptoms and cause you further pain. Over extending your neck or back can be a profound intensifier as well as a trigger for […]

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Foot Neuropathy And Its Symptom Stopping Treatments

Throughout history, physicians have always tried to cure the incurable with different techniques and other means which have at times been unconventional. Unfortunately, the neuropathy epidemic has not had a medical professional that can actually remove the condition from someone’s life. They can only minimize the frequency and lessen the effects the symptoms have on […]

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Neuropathy Foot Treatments

Foot neuropathy is distinguished by feelings of numbness, tingling, or prickly, needle sensations on the underside of the foot. This type of neuropathy can make walking barefoot or walking, itself, a challenge.  In some severe cases, a loss of balance and muscle coordination occurs. Although diabetes is a usual cause, alcohol abuse and HIV can […]

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