Most people with peripheral neuropathy complain about the unrelenting sensations of numbness, pain, and burning that they feel. The intensity of these feelings can vary greatly–from
Although there are no guarantees of success, there are many treatments available for people suffering from peripheral neuropathy. All too often, I have had patients
Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, is essential for the proper functioning of the nerves in the body. Vitamin B1 deficiency, also known as LowB1,
Diabetes is the most common cause of peripheral neuropathy in the US. Research has shown that 50% of diabetics will develop peripheral neuropathy over the
The cause of peripheral neuropathy in diabetics is very complex and far from completely understood. But there is a well-established connection between diabetes, vitamin B1 deficiency
Metformin is the most commonly used drug for type 2 diabetes in the world. Unfortunately, metformin has also been shown to inhibit the absorption of vitamin
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