Are you worried that your peripheral neuropathy is permanent? Well, it doesn’t have to be, and you do not need to take more pills to mask the symptoms any longer. We have a high success rate in increasing the feeling in the feet and reducing the discomfort of neuropathy without medication.
You can prevent your body from destroying your nerves. The process is simple and doesn't involve taking more pills.
Neuropathy and nerve damage exist and they are painful, but there are steps that can help.
Are you tired of waking up in the middle of the night with sharp pain in your feet and hands? There is nothing worse than being awakened by a tingling, burning, sharp sensation in your extremities. Worst of all, the pain may be restricting your participation in the activities you enjoy most. You don’t have to give up on the dream of moving freely again. There is a better way to live. There is hope in overcoming this heinous condition, which you have probably dealt with for years.
Your balance can be directly affected by neuropathy. Learn how it causes severe issues.
Serious issues surround severe imbalance in your body, and slipping and falling are just the beginning. The tingling and numbness in your feet can cause you to lose your balance in ordinary situations. Losing your balance can result in fracturing a hip, breaking bones, or hitting your head and receiving a concussion, which can be devastating to your daily activities. Once you begin to notice these issues, it is important for you to seek treatment that incorporates some sort of fall-prevention education.
Specific requirements enable the nerve healing process regardless of the type of neuropathy you may have.
The body is an amazing thing, but if you don’t take care of it and give it the right kind of treatment, it will break down. Peripheral neuropathy is one of those signs that says, “something is wrong inside here,” and it is important for you to pay close attention to those signs. Fortunately, there are simple programs that help give your body a fighting chance to reverse the nerve damage that is causing you discomfort and pain.
What does a successful nerve recovery involve?
Nerve recovery involves constant attention, a proper amount of oxygen, balanced blood sugar levels, and an appropriate amount of vitamins and nutrients that can help stimulate recovery. Aside from helping alleviate peripheral neuropathy, all of these areas are part of living a healthy life. Our program is specifically designed to give each part the proper amount of attention it needs in order to create a healthy recovery environment. If you give your body a chance to heal, it will, but you have to be willing to try.