Kiss Your Neuropathy Goodbye Without Drugs or Surgery
Our body has a number of peripheral nerves whose job is to send signals from the brain to the rest of the body. These are the same nerves that help the human body feel pain and other sensations happening in the body. When one or more of them are damaged or destroyed, the nerves start to malfunction resulting in wrong signals being passed around. For example, the body feels pain when nothing is happening in reality or doesn’t feel anything when something is hampering the body. This condition is known as Peripheral Neuropathy or Neuropathy.
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Cause Of Neuropathy
As there are different types of neuropathy occurring in a human body, the causes vary accordingly. Anyone with a family history of neuropathy is 60% more likely to develop this condition than the rest. Diabetes is also directly related to the occurence of nerve damage in an individual. However, other diseases such as kidney disorders, hyperthyroidism, vitamin deficiencies and chronic inflammation that reach to the nerves are also responsible for neuropathy. Furthermore, injuries, trauma, certain medications, alcohol consumption and autoimmune diseases can also affect the peripheral nerves and their functioning.