Get A Grip On Nerve Pain

Holding tight to something implies that you have the object you are grasping in your grips held tight and with the intention of not letting go. When it comes to something that matters such as your children, family, friends and possibly even a favored item the idea of letting go can be terrifying o you do your best to hold on to these things to keep them safe, protected and loved. Holding on to something that is good for you does not hinder ones progression with life but choosing to hold onto something that could potentially harm you can and will have a negative effect on one’s ability to live life as it should.

If you knew that something you were using on a daily basis could potentially harm your body would you continue to use it? Hopefully you said no, but yet millions of men and women suffer from severe side effects as a result of the overuse of prescription medications. No person on the earth has the desire to suffer from chronic nerve pain, but finding relief through unsafe means is no way to go about looking for help. Studies have shown that there are several side effects that come with the use of prescription medications when used to treat intense nerve pain that could have a profound effect on one’s personal life. Side effects such as depression, anxiety and even suicidal tendency are common with the use of nerve pain prescription medications but they can be avoided.

Nerve Pain Treatment: The Safe Approach

Nerve pain treatment can be safe and healthy rather than harmful all the neuropathic patient has to do is use a natural nerve pain treatment. Natural nerve pain treatments offer a nerve pain sufferer nerve pain relief without any adverse side effects that could affect his or her future. Neuropathy sufferers have several natural alternatives to prescription medication to choose from that can be implemented into daily life and become part of one’s lifelong treatment plan. Natural neuropathy treatments options would include the following:

  • Acupuncture
  • Transcutaneous      Electrical Nerve Stimulation
  • Therapy
  • Low      Impact Exercises
  • Topical      Creams
  • Neuropathy      Support Formula


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 create better blood flow to nerve damaged areas.

Acupuncture historically is an ancient Chinese medical treatment that the Chinese believe to be a technique that is used to allow the body to flow and re-balance. Within the last three decades, acupuncture has gained popularity here in the western world and is used and recommended by many medical professionals.

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)

Electrical nerve stimulation may seem a little barbaric and once one lays eyes on the piece of equipment that provides the electrical shock their feelings may be confirmed. Though the thought of sending electrical volts through your body may make you shudder (ha ha) at the thought, the electrical therapy has proven to relieve nerve pain, in fact the use of TENS in treating nerve pain effectively has been proven in hundreds of clinical reports. For those neuropathy sufferers who do not wish to partake in acupuncture TENS is a safe noninvasive treatment that can send low frequency stimulation to the nerves helping increase blood flow as well as help activate opioid receptors in the central nervous system.

Physical Therapy

There are several goals or objectives to participating in physical therapy after being diagnosed with neuropathy.

  1. Maintaining      a full range of motion
  2. Strengthening      muscles that may have been weakened from the effect of neuropathy

Though a neuropathic patient may reach their goal of movement and pain tolerance when walking, it would be unwise to stop participating in physical therapy. Neuropathy patients should continue to adhere to their physical therapist maintenance instructions to avoid taking a step backwards in their therapy progress. For those neuropathic patients that suffer from diabetic neuropathy specifically should not solely rely on physical therapy as their form of neuropathy treatment, diabetic neuropathy sufferers must focus their time and energy on maintaining their blood sugar levels as their first and foremost form of neuropathy treatment.


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