Polyneuropathy

Polyneuropathy is when several nerves begin to malfunction at the same time throughout the body. Polyneuropathy can happen quickly and without any warning or preemptive signs or could happen gradually alerting the neuropathy sufferer that something is not quite right. Polyneuropathies patients often experience neuropathy in a pattern that generally begins in the feet and makes its way up toward the thighs and then hands. Diagnosis is often made through a complete physical or through laboratory testing.

 

Causes Of Neuropathy

 

The causes of polyneuropathy are vast but the most common causes of polyneuropathy would have to be:

 

  • Diabetes
  • Age
  • Drugs
  • Chemotherapy
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Aides
  • Environmental Hazards

 

Peripheral polyneuropathy affects the hand, feet and legs and occurs on both sides of the body. Painful sensations from peripheral neuropathy are often described as a tingling or burning sensation.

Symptoms Of Polyneuropathy

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.

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