Lack Of Nerve Control

Nerve Damage Treatment OptionsNo one likes to feel as if they are out of control and have no say or input on what is going on in their life and with their own body. Surrendering control implies that one must have complete trust on the person or object of which control is being given to. Sitting in a chair is an action most people do on a daily basis without giving the action a second thought. By sitting in that chair we are trusting that the chair is going to hold our body weight. When the chair gives out from under us we are often shocked that something we use on a daily basis and place our trust in could break on us like that.

Some things are easier to trust in than others and the reason typically revolves around the fact that those things we trust easily in have no serious consequence if they were to fail us. Placing trust in a chair verses in a person is two different levels of trust. People can hurt us emotionally, physically and even mentally so we tend to be a bit more skeptical when surrendering our control and placing trust in a person this even includes those in the medical profession.

Medical Professionals And Neuropathy Diagnosis

Medical professionals spend years trying to understand various health concerns such as neuropathy. 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.

Before a treatment can be implemented a correct diagnosis must be made. The first step a physician will take in diagnosing neuropathy will be to administer a full body physiological exam. Your doctor will want to compile your medical history compare it with your physical results before going further with testing.

If there is a need for further testing, one can assume the following tests will be administered:

  • Detailed      neurological exam that focuses on tendon reflexes and coordination. The      test results will either prove or disprove if the nerves are responding      correctly.
  • An      Electromyography (EMG) – this records muscle tissue and its electrical      activity. An EMG test can determine if the symptoms you are expressing      concern over are truly neuropathic related or a muscle disease.
  • Nerve      Conduction Test (NCV) – this tests the speed of which impulses travel      through the nerves.

If left undiagnosed and untreated the neuropathic patient can expect that his or her body will experience several painful changes.

What The Body Can Endure As A Result

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

 

Trusting your doctor to suggest or help you implement a treatment plan might be a challenge especially if you have strong opinions and views on the matter. Choosing not to treat or to prolong treatment will only cause further loss of nerve control.

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