Peripheral Neuropathy And It’s Effects

Imagine living a life with Diabetes, the constant finger pricking to determine glucose levels, the constant fights with diet changes and exercise to help lose weight for better Diabetes management and then wham, all of the sudden a new diagnoses, peripheral neuropathy. Neuropathy is defined as nerve damage, and in the case of Diabetics, more specifically peripheral neuropathy, affects the bodies extremities such as the arms, hands, legs, and more often feet. This nerve damage is caused when out of control blood sugar levels (usually high) begin to affect the oxygen flow to the body’s extremities. When neuropathy begins to take effect symptoms will include tingling, burning, needle-like pain, as well as lack of sensations such as touch, heat, or cold.  In any individual who is facing both a diagnosis of both diabetes and neuropathy a suitable treatment must be found.

When nerve damage hits in diabetic patients it is most often shown in the form of foot neuropathy. Foot neuropathy is an especially difficult nerve problem to have because it will affect the overall health of the foot (or feet) which in turn can affect walking, balance, or in the worst possible cases amputation. The good news however is that there are preventative measures that can be taken, as well as treatment options, both medical and alternative, that have proven very effective for those suffering from foot neuropathy.

Preventative Measures

Because foot neuropathy is caused by out of control glucose levels, it is vital for the Diabetic patient to continue closely monitoring these levels in order to keep them regulated.  Once proper glucose regulation takes place then daily foot care must be addressed. Foot care involves proper cleaning of the feet, wearing of proper socks and shoes (for foot protection), as well as daily evaluations in order to determine if there are any new cuts, scrapes, or sores present that must be cared for.  Foot Neruopathy patients will often be un aware of cuts, scrapes, or sores because of the lack of feeling or sensation felt in the feet, because of the already low oxygen flow to the extremities from the Diabetes, adequate healing may not be able to take place.

Alternative Treatment Options

The available treatment plans for foot neuropathy are numerous. An individual can of course opt to go a purely medical route for treatment of symptoms using prescription medication; however, there are many alternative options available that are both more holistic in approach as well as highly effective. Many of the alternative treatments for foot neuropathy include therapies such as Massage, Physical, or Occupational. Acupuncture and Nerve Stimulations have also been proven to help with relief of the painful symptoms of foot neuropathy. Supplemental treatments include items such as Vitamin B Supplements, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Methylcobalamine, or Benfotiamine which have had amazing outcomes in the world of foot neuropathy when it comes to finding relief.

 

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