16. Can the Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy in my Feet and Legs Be Reversed?

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It depends on the cause of the peripheral neuropathy.  

If you are suffering from peripheral neuropathy you should see a qualified physician to have a complete medical history taken and an extensive medical exam performed.  If an underlying disease is discovered to be the cause of the neuropathy then the successful treatment of that disease may reduce the intensity of the symptoms of the neuropathy or eliminate the symptoms completely.  

If the neuropathy is associated with a vitamin deficiency, such as vitamin B1 deficiency in diabetes, then reversing that deficiency may diminish the symptoms of the neuropathy–including numbness, tingling, or burning pains in the feet and legs.  

In my experience, reversing vitamin B1 deficiency with the use of a high-potency bioactive form of the vitamin is often helpful in diminishing the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy in diabetics, prediabetics, the elderly and people who have chronically consumed excessive amounts of alcohol.

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

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