11. Can Drinking Excessive Amounts of Alcohol Cause Peripheral Neuropathy?

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Yes, depending on how much alcohol you have consumed over the course of your lifetime.  Peripheral neuropathy is common in people who drink alcohol excessively.

Years of drinking alcohol excessively can be very damaging to your body–especially your peripheral nerves. It is well-established that peripheral neuropathy in people who drink alcohol excessively is associated with vitamin B1 deficiency.  If you have a history of excessive alcohol consumption and you have peripheral neuropathy, you should try to limit your alcohol consumption or, better yet, completely stop drinking alcohol.  

People with peripheral neuropathy due to excessive alcohol consumption often benefit from taking a high-potency bioactive form of vitamin B1.  

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW A HIGH-POTENCY BIOACTIVE FORM OF VITAMIN B1 MAY HELP.

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