My Feet Hurt – Diabetic Neuropathy Treatments

What is diabetic neuropathy?

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Diabetes is a disease that has become common among people and neuropathy is one of the complications that those who suffer from the disease face.

can-i-treat-diabetic-neuropathyDiabetic neuropathy is a nerve disorder that results when diabetes damages the nerves. It is thought to occur due to the high level of glucose in the body of a diabetic person. It’s a common diabetic complication and its symptoms vary with the different types of neuropathies. The common symptoms are numbness of the feet and hands, tingling and sometimes even extreme pain. Other organs that are affected can include the digestive system, heart and sex organs among others.



Can diabetic neuropathy be prevented?

Even if we are going to look at the treatments of diabetic neuropathy, it’s also important that we look at how the same complication can be prevented in the first place. This is also the key to ensure that the condition does not get worse with time. Since neuropathy is caused by the prolonged high levels of glucose in the body, to prevent it diabetics need only to ensure that the level of glucose in the blood is maintained low enough and at a level close to normal. This will ensure that all the nerves around the body are not damaged.


 What is the diagnosis of diabetic neuropathy?

cure-for-diabetic-neuropathy-painRegular diagnosis of diabetic neuropathy is important for effective treatment of the same. The diagnosis is carried out in various ways. Some of them include a comprehensive examination of the skin, body muscles, bones and also how the body systems prone to neuropathy like blood circulation are functioning. The sensation of the patient’s skin to temperature and pain is one of the common examinations carried on the patient. Those diagnosed with neuropathy are then put under treatment to curb the situation.



 What is the treatment for neuropathy?

There is no well-established convectional treatment for diabetic neuropathy. One of the steps taken is to try and maintain the patient’s body sugar level close to normal since this prevents further damage to the nerves. This is done by meal planning, physical exercises and other diabetic medication such as insulin that helps bring the blood sugar level close to normal. There has been noted that bringing the blood sugar level in the first place seems to worsen the situation, but with time the symptoms are lessened by maintaining low glucose levels in the blood.

As previously seen, this disease causes pain. The doctors in most cases treat this by oral medication. Sometimes the patients suffer from severe nerve pain and in this case they should consult their doctors for special prescription of the proper medication to curb the pain.

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 Which are the dietary nutrients effective in treating diabetic neuropathy?

can-i-stop-stabbing-foot-pain-diabetic-neuropathyThe first one is the B vitamins since diabetic patients are mostly deficient in B-complex vitamins. These help in preventing the nerve damage in the diabetic body the patient should take 150–450 mg of the vitamin per day. The next important nutrient is the Alpha lipoic acid, which helps in curbing pain and numbness. Fish oil is another nutrient that helps in maintaining low blood sugar level and also acts as an anti-inflammatory in the body.




Are there other new ways of treating diabetic neuropathy?

There are actually some other new methods that have been devised to help in treating diabetic complications including diabetic neuropathy. These include Infrared light therapy, HBOT and EECP and EDTA Chelation. These are helpful in different ways including increase in blood circulation and oxygen assimilation in body tissues.

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4 Responses to My Feet Hurt – Diabetic Neuropathy Treatments

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    Brian Wilson February 25, 2014 at 11:03 pm #

    I bet my feet hurt more than yours!!!

    Gabapentin or Lyrica

    Neither Work

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    Karen February 27, 2014 at 9:54 am #

    Brian, I recently added Tramadol to my gabapentin, it made a huge difference. Sorry you are miserable.

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    Sherry March 1, 2014 at 1:01 am #

    I use Gabapentin three times a day and Tramadol at night. I tried the vitamin B, fish oil and the Alpha Lipoic acid. For people with severe neuropathy this won’t help you!!

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    mary March 1, 2014 at 10:42 pm #

    Karen I take Tramadol and Gabapentin my feet drive me crazy!!!!!!

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