Did you know there are 2 sides to neuropathy? Neuropathy needs to be tackled from an internal and external perspective. LifeWorks Integrative health does both. Neuropathy is caused by damage to nerves and the blood vessels that support nerves. One of the primary causes of nerves damage is inflammation. In most people inflammation comes from a compounding effect of a variety of health issues like chronic disease,
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This article will explain HOW nerves get damaged from Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) but perhaps a more important question to answer is WHY does it happen? If you know anything about LifeWorks Integrative Health, you know your favorite question is “Why?” When we can understand why your nerves are being damaged, then treatment can be more effective,
What is neuropathy? How are the two types of neuropathy different? Where does Neuropathy come from? And How do you treat the underlying cause of neuropathy rather than masking the symptoms as the condition continues to progress? If you are suffering from the painful symptoms of neuropathy, then these are just a few of the questions you may have.
Standard Treatment Pitfalls & A Better Option
Many people live with neuropathy pain for far too long before finding the solutions that work best for them. The most commonly Neuropathy treatment offered includes medications that trick the brain into not perceiving pain, while the disease itself (which is causing the pain) continues to progress.
By now, you’re probably familiar with what neuropathy is and the symptoms of it, but what causes Neuropathy? The most well known causes of neuropathy are a complication of diabetes and a side effect of some types of chemotherapy. However many people have neuropathy for a variety of other reasons. These other reasons are often overlooked until they are quite severe because you just may not be looking for symptoms of neuropathy.