Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
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Natural Herbal Remedies for Peripheral Neuropathy
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What is Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral neuropathy is damage and problem that affects the peripheral nerves. The central nervous system includes the brain and the spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system connects the nerves running from the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body the legs and feet, arms and hands, internal organs eyes, ears, nose, joints and even the mouth, and skin.
Diabetes is maybe the most common approximately 50 per cent of diabetics experience from diabetic neuropathy. When you have peripheral neuropathy, you may have fewer feeling in your fingers and toes. You may have trouble with your balance. It may be hard to do things that need coordination, such as walking or fastening buttons.
Other conditions that reason peripheral neuropathy consist of autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis; pressure on a nerve; infections such as leprosy or AIDS; certain toxic substances, including alcohol; radiation; vitamin deficiency; trauma leg bone fractures or penetrative injuries; and tumours of the spinal cord. Inherited neuropathies such as Charcot Marie Tooth disease are also common. On the other hand, in various cases, no underlying disorder can be diagnosed.
Along with Peripheral neuropathy sensory problems, peripheral neuropathy possibly will unfortunately cause muscle weakness. Patients may trip more often, legs may buckle, and a cane or walker may become important. Manual dexterity tasks such as buttoning shirts or handwriting may become complicated.
- A nerve disorder in which nerves other than brain and spinal cord are damaged
- This disorder has no influence on the central nervous system (CNS)
- Destroys peripheral nervous system causing the patient to feel numb and weak
- Patient feels burning pain due to the damage of nerves
- It can involve different types of nerves which it chooses to damage
- It can damage motor, sensory or autonomic nerves which are basically responsible for carrying information to the brain and when they are damaged this activity is stopped and a patient feels loss of sensation
- They also carry signals to and from the spinal cord to other parts of the body so overall these nerves serve major purposes that are responsible for the sound circulation of the system
- Peripheral Neuropathy can damage single or a group of nerves
- Treatment depends completely on the cause of occurrence
Peripheral Neuropathy Causes
There are several Peripheral Neuropathy Causes that reason and they are summed up as under:
- Increased consumption of alcohol
- Poor dietary choices
- Vitamin deficiencies.
- Autoimmune diseases such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and Guillain-Barre syndrome
- Exposure to poisons
- Exposure to toxic substances, heavy metals and some medications used for chemotherapy
- Various infections
- Viral or bacterial infection
- Lyme disease, shingles (varicella-zoster), Epstein-Barr, hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS
- Inherited disorders such as Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and amyloid polyneuropathy
- Trauma or pressure on the nerve
- Car accidents
- Falls or sports injuries
- Spending a long time in an unnatural position or repeating a motion many times.
- Tumor growths
- Lack of B vitamins such as B-1, B-6 and B-12
- Vitamin E and niacin deficiency
- Kidney disease
- Liver disease
- Under active thyroid also known as hypothyroidism
Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms
There are many Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms but the most common are as follow:
- Gradual onset of numbness
- Tingling in your feet or hands
- Burning pain
- Sharp, jabbing or electric-like pain
- Extreme sensitivity to touch or even light touch
- Lack of coordination
- Muscle weakness
- Paralysis if motor nerves are affected
- Bowel or bladder problems if autonomic nerves are affected
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Why Phornical for Peripheral Neuropathy?
- Made of 100% natural herbs
- Comes with a money back guarantee
- Reduces burning pain
- Improves muscle coordination
- Strengthens muscles
- Strengthens your joints
- Slowly improves the damaged nerves and their signaling to and from the brain/spinal cord
- Controls sweating and bladder problems
When should you take it?
You should start taking Phornical for Peripheral Neuropathy as soon as:
- You witness symptoms mentioned above
- You see the condition worsening
- You witness increased joint or muscle pain
*If these conditions occur along with the symptoms mentioned earlier taking Phornical will help natural treatment PN*
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- Take two Phornical tablets per day strictly after breakfast
- Have proper breakfast everyday
- Don’t sleep empty stomach
- Don’t deviate from the mentioned time
- Take strictly after the meal and don’t attempt without breakfast
- Take it with water at room temperature or slightly warm milk
- Avoid taking the product with cold drinks
Precautions & Warnings
- You need to stop alcohol consumption
- Be careful with your diet and since this causes weakness in the body and a person falls quite often due to loss of control on the muscles therefore you should remove any loose wires and rugs that can cause major hindrance
- Avoid over exertion due to exercise or other activities
- Make healthy lifestyle choice on permanent basis
- Keep a constant check on your blood sugar level
- Don’t increase sugar intake
- Avoid things that can cause nerve damage as much as possible such as repeated motions, cramped positions, exposure to toxic chemicals and smoking of Tobacco.
**There is no such thing as overnight recovery for Peripheral Neuropathy. You need to be patient and especially in case of Herbal Products where it takes a while to actually witness performance. The herbs used to make Phornical do not by any means violate the endangered species list, FDA or MCA rules and regulations.**