Complexity Made Simple

Not everything in life needs to be complicated. There is this saying work smarter not harder and I fully back this statement. Why would one want to work harder than he or she has to in order to accomplish the same results? As long as one applies his or herself to the task at hand and works hard at accomplishing the goal than time restraints should not be a concern. Some people feel as though the longer one studies or the more time invested in a project determines the quality when in fact that is not always the case.

In the case of neuropathy treatment the longer one takes to seek out a treatment the more harm than good could be done. Neuropathy is a complex condition that can have an effect on the body’s nervous system. Neuropathy can be considered a collection of disorders that develop when damaged to the peripheral nervous system occurs. The peripheral nervous system refers to the part of the nervous system outside of the brain and spinal cord; when damage occurs to the nerve cells or nerve axons, it is called peripheral neuropathy. Neuropathy is a painful condition that can have an effect on an individual’s life and their ability to maintain a normal active life.

Symptoms Adds To A Complex Situation

Neuropathy symptoms only add to the complexity of neuropathy. Neuropathy symptoms make life miserable and slow down one’s ability to be productive throughout the day in a speedy, effective way. Neuropathy symptoms range from moderate to severe and the pain outbreaks can last up to several days. Choosing a neuropathy treatment is where confusion and difficulties lie. There are some treatment options that are complicated and that could create further harm whereas other treatments are a safe approach and very effective.

Painful sensations from peripheral neuropathy are often described as a tingling or burning sensation. Neuropathy symptoms affect nerves that: control muscle movement also known as motor nerves, the sensory nerves which helps the body detect sensations such as hot and cold as well as affects the autonomic nerves that directly influences the health and wellbeing of internal organs such as:

  • Heart
  • Blood    Vessels
  • Bladder
  • Intestines

Neuropathy symptoms make it extremely difficult to walk and operate on a normal basis. The inflicted areas become overly sensitive to touch and pressure, therefore nerve pain can become so intense that neuropathic sufferers can make the mistake of becoming inactive in hopes of relieving their neuropathy pain and lessening the symptoms felt be staying off their feet. Nerve pain and symptoms can last for long periods of time unless the underlying cause for neuropathy has been discovered and treated. However, there are several causes of neuropathy that have yet to be discovered and patients are forced to continue to suffer with the following symptoms until a neuropathy cure or treatment is discovered.

  • Tingling
  • Burning
  • Needle-like   pinching
  • Numbness
  • Muscle   weakness
  • Loss  of coordination
  • Itching
  • Sensitivity  to touch
  • Dull   ache
  • Involuntary  muscle spasms

Neuropathy symptoms differ from patient to patients based on what neuropathy classification they fall into as well as how far their neuropathy has progressed.

Treatment Made Simple

Prescription medications are one tool used for treating neuropathy pains and symptoms, but the side effects and complications that could arise as a result of using medications could complicate treatment further. Using a simple treatment approach such as acupuncture, low impact exercise, therapy, electrical nerve stimulation and or the herbal supplement known as The Neuropathy Support Formula can de-complicate life.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an alternative option for treating certain ailments and condition by way of needle. Needles are strategically inserted into the body and then manipulated in order to help with the following problems:

  • Relief of pain
  • Infertility
  • Migraines
  • Treats Diseases
  • Prevents Diseases

Low Impact Exercises

There are several low impact exercises that can help keep limbs loose and the blood circulating throughout. Walking and swimming are two wonderful options that when consistently done can help lessen the amount of nerve pain one experiences when walking and performing normal daily activities.

Ointment/Creams

Topical creams such as numbing cream and Capsaicin have been known to help relieve neuropathic symptoms on a temporary basis. numbing cream patches and a Capsaicin topical cream both have a soothing effect on damaged nerves. Both numbing cream and Capsaicin are safe to use frequently throughout a day on neuropathic areas such as the hands and feet. numbing cream patches and capsaicin ointment is a great neuropathy tool for mild nerve pain.

 

 

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