Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment
Posted by: Natural Neuropathy Treatment - NeuraVite on November 15, 2014
Patients recently diagnosed with diabetes should take steps to educate themselves and seek treatment, if necessary, for peripheral neuropathy (diabetic nerve pain). This condition often manifests as a general burning sensation in the lower extremities, but the symptoms vary as much as the range of patients affected. This condition will affect close to half of all diabetics at some point.
Unfortunately, though the incidence of diabetes in the nation has increased in recent years, few new treatments are available to help those with diabetic neuropathy.
By and large, many individuals and health practitioners will continue to use the traditional medications, such as Lyrica, Gabapentin, tricyclic antidepressants and narcotics without considering some of the newer alternatives. Although these traditional medications have provided sufferers with some relief, they have also come with a high cost. That is, high expense, debilitating side effects, drug interactions and failure to address the underlying cause that leads to the pain and itching and other symptoms in the first place.
Can peripheral neuropathy be reversed?
Unlike traditional therapies, high dose vitamin therapy such as NeuraVite, addresses peripheral neuropathy causes. That is, poorly functioning nerves. These all natural ingredients nourish the nerves to restore proper nerve function, rather than simply calming peripheral neuropathy symptoms. Studies have shown reversal of neuropathy symtoms toward normal nerve function.
All Natural Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment
If you've been diagnosed with diabetic neuropathy, chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy, alcoholic peripheral neuropathy or idiopathic (of unknown cause) peripheral neuropathy, you should begin researching your options. The earlier you start, the better your chance of avoiding serious consequences. You may discover that the best treatments are those made from natural ingredients that come without side effects or addictive properties.