Say It Is So – Natural Approaches

Pains of damaged nerves surround daily life for those that are forced to live with neuropathy and the pain and symptoms of neuropathy. Every year hundreds of thousands of individuals are diagnosed with neuropathy and are then forced to deal with miserable symptoms such as:

 

 

 

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

Symptoms such as the ones listed make walking and performing simple tasks nearly impossible. Without neuropathy treatment the patient could have a bleak future. Nerve pain can become unbearable and limit the amount of productivity one can see throughout a day due to the intense chronic pain. It is important that when one is contemplating a neuropathy treatment plan that they take into consideration the impact that their choice will have not only on their daily life but their future health. Why? Neuropathy is a condition to which there is no cure; therefore, when choosing a neuropathy treatment plan, they must calculate how their body responds to the treatment they have chosen. This is why I would strongly suggest using a natural neuropathy treatment.

Natural Options That Can Have A Profound Effect On Nerve Pain

Natural neuropathy treatments options would include the following:

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

 

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.

Occupational Therapy

Due to the devastation that neuropathy can have on an individual’s life and daily normality, it is often advised that the recently diagnosed neuropathy patient seek out occupational therapy. Occupational therapy is vital in helping newly diagnosed neuropathy patients learn coping mechanisms on how to live life with their new diagnosis.  Occupational therapy can assist the patient by teaching valuable new life skills as well as limit the devastating impact that peripheral neuropathy can have on daily life by:

  • Improving      sensory motor skills
  • Educates      patients on how to avoid dangerous toxins and prevent exposing themselves      to industrial or environmental hazards
  • How      to self-care
  • Educates      neuropathy patients on the importance of observation such as terrain      changes, safely walking up and down stairs etc.
  • How      to safely sit, stand and walk that will not risk a drop in blood pressure      or cause them to fall.

 

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is looked at as a complimentary therapy that when used in combination with other treatments can be beneficial in reducing nerve pain. One complication of neuropathy is the development of still muscles due to poor circulation or from lack of use. Adding weekly massage therapy sessions, one can improve blood circulation as well as help loosen stiffened muscles thus providing relief to the damaged area. It appears as though research has shown through several  studies that massage therapy has a way of calming the stressed nerve endings and relinquishing the pent up stress found in the nerve endings.

 

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