Have you noticed it yourself? Whatever it is that you were doing that was helping, doesn’t seem to work. What changed? Is it the weather?
Have you noticed that your diet changes after Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is an eating holiday followed by pies, desserts and Christmas cookies. Most religions have holidays at this time of the year and celebrate the same way – with food.
Are you now eating more often with friends and attending parties (with friends and at work)?
So what does this have to do with neuropathy?
Here is an article that will give you a good idea. Burning B Vitamins Doesn’t Help Neuropathy
Ever since marijuana was legalized, I’ve received a lot of emails regarding its use especially for neuropathy pain? It is almost as if it isn’t really a drug and it will help their problem rather then medical drug pain killers.
My first response is that a problems with evaluating this drug are the inconsistent dosing and quality-control issues.
It is a drug and like all drugs has side effects.
Here is something put together by the Foundation for a Drug Free World that I found informative
The Truth About Marijuana
There are three types of nerves – sensory nerves, motor nerves and autonomic nerves.
Nerves carry information to and from the brain. It is the communication system of the body. The brain sends out commands to the body via the nervous system. The brain gets information from the body via the nervous system.
Every nerve in your peripheral system has a specific function, so the symptoms will depend on the type of nerves affected.
Nerves are classified into:
Sensory nerves that receive sensation, such as temperature, pain, vibration or touch, from the skin
Motor nerves that control muscle movement
Autonomic nerves that control functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, digestion and bladder
Read More: Sensory Neuropathy
Lupus is an autoimmune disease. Lupus is an incorrect autoimmune response attacking its own tissue and resulting in nerve damage or neuropathy.
What exactly is Neuropathy from Lupus
There are specific types of neuropathy that are considered inherited. But genetic is a matter of the DNA and this can be altered not only by what you inherit but by what can affect the DNA. Chemicals, radiation and toxins can also produce damage to the DNA either by breaking the strand or rearranging the sequence of the genes.
There are also conditions that are considered hereditary neuropathy.
Read: Hereditary Neuropathy
Focal neuropathy by definition is to focus on one nerve. Focal Neuropathy means that only one part of the body is affected and it is usually only one nerve. The symptoms are therefore localized. Examples are carpel tunnel syndrome and Bell’s Palsy.
So what is focal neuropathy. Read the Article
There are so many ways that nerves can get damaged and so many types of damage that can happen. This type of neuropathy is created by an autoimmiune problem where the immune system is creating the inflammation by attacking the body’s nerves.
Read Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)
People do have these symptoms and it is all because of a single nerve that can get compressed, pinched and eventually damaged. It has a name Meralgia paresthetica (also called Bernhardt Roth Syndrome) And quite often it is created by wearing skinny jeans. There are other reasons and its not just women. In fact, apparently men get it more often than women.
Rather then going all through the information of this – read our article at this link Meralgia paresthetica
For many people, the ingredients in the RHP® Nerve Support Formula provides enough nutritional support to get them the changes and results they are looking for to build nerve health.
Some people may need additional nutritional support to get those same changes and results.
Some people have trouble using Folic Acid (B9) which is important to activate B12.
Added ingredients give these people what they need.
Read RHP Advanced Nerve Support Formula