A free resource for people suffering from peripheral neuropathy.
For educational purposes only
LowB1 is often associated with problems in the functioning of the peripheral nerves and may cause numbness, tingling, burning and shooting pains in the feet and legs.*
Peripheral neuropathy, or more commonly neuropathy (the terms are generally used interchangeably),
There are over 150 causes of peripheral neuropathy. Some causes
Most people with peripheral neuropathy complain about the unrelenting sensations
Peripheral neuropathy is a modern-day epidemic. It is estimated that over
Although there are no guarantees of success, there are many
Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, is essential for the
Diabetes is the most common cause of peripheral neuropathy in
The cause of peripheral neuropathy in diabetics is very complex
Metformin is the most commonly used drug for type 2
It is estimated that about one in five people with
Yes, depending on how much alcohol you have consumed over
If a cause of a patient’s peripheral neuropathy can not
Polyneuropathy is the most common type of peripheral neuropathy affecting
You are considered to have metabolic syndrome if you have, or
Recent studies have shown that obesity may increase the risk
It depends on the cause of the peripheral neuropathy. If
Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPD) are the second most common
HIV infection is a well-known cause of peripheral neuropathy. It
Peripheral neuropathy may be an unwanted side effect of many
Many chemicals may be toxic to the peripheral nerves and
Small fiber neuropathy is a type of peripheral neuropathy in
An epidermal nerve fiber density biopsy, also called an intraepidermal
Many physicians believe it is more about the brain’s perception
Many vitamins have been advocated for use in peripheral neuropathy. Obviously,
Gabapentin is a commonly prescribed medication for the treatment of
Antidepressants and anti-seizure medication are believed to suppress peripheral nerve
If you are diabetic or prediabetic and have peripheral neuropathy, it
When your feet have decreased sensation, as is the case
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