Physical trauma, repetitive injury, infection, metabolic problems, and exposure to toxins and some drugs are all possible causes.Did you know tat people with diabetes have a high risk of neuropathy?
It’s important to pay attention to your body’s signals. These symptoms are signs from your body and nervous system that need to be addressed to avoid further complications.
Are you experiencing these signs? What can they mean?
Tingling and numbness: Usually in the hands and feet. This is because the nerves at the extremities are most vulnerable to damage. Will most likely occur at night.
Loss of balance: Researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University recently published their findings on the link between peripheral neuropathy and balance. Researchers observed that patients suffering from neuropathy have a greater separation between the body’s center of mass and the center of pressure during movement. Muscle weakness, leading to unsteadiness and difficulty performing small movements, such as buttoning a shirt.
Lightheaded or dizzy: Neuropathy can also affect the muscles that help regulate blood pressure – rending them unable to expand or constrict to control the pressure. Especially when standing from a sitting postion.
Constipation: Nerve damage can disrupt normal digestive functions and slow the process by which the stomach is emptied.
Loss of ability to detect changes in heat and cold.
Extreme sensitivity to touch
What should you do if you experience these signs?
Contact the Nerve Health Institute as soon as you notice unusual tingling, weakness or pain in your hands or feet. Early diagnosis and treatment offer the best chance for controlling your symptoms and preventing further damage to your peripheral nerves.
It’s all about the nerves and we address these issues by first checking your nerves for weaknesses and applying the technique of Quantum Neurology Rehabilitation, we can stimulate and awaken the weak connections from the nerves to the brain and start the recovery process. Treatments can vary from one to multiple visits but they are pain free, no surgery, and no medications involved. It is our speciality that gives hope to so many patients.
In addition to our Nerve Rehabilitation treatments, we also suggest the following.
- Eat a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean protein to keep nerves healthy. Protect against vitamin B-12 deficiency by eating meats, fish, eggs, low-fat dairy foods and fortified cereals. If you’re vegetarian or vegan, fortified cereals are a good source of vitamin B-12.
- Exercise regularly. Try to get at least 30 minutes to one hour of exercise at least three times a week.
- Avoid factors that may cause nerve damage, including repetitive motions, cramped positions, exposure to toxic chemicals, smoking and overindulging in alcohol.