Neuropathy Prevention - an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
Peripheral neuropathy is the result of damage to your peripheral nerves. Nerve damage can be caused by diabetes (high blood sugar), exposure to toxins including chemotherapy drugs, alcohol and physical...Read more
Can Lyme Disease Cause Neuropathy?
Lyme disease is an inflammatory disease that rapidly progresses. Transmitted by the bite of an infected deer tick, Lyme disease is most common in the Northeast section of the United...Read more
The Top 10 Neuropathy Risk Factors
Neuropathy is nerve damage that affects the peripheral nerves and can have many different causes. These are the 10 neuropathy risk factors that are most common:1. Diabetes The biggest risk...Read more
5 Reasons to Eat Eggs for Neuropathy
Eggs have been a very controversial food for people with neuropathy. This is mostly because of the relationship between diabetes and neuropathy. Concern about the cholesterol content of eggs for...Read more
Diabetic Neuropathy: Can I Eat Eggs?
Eggs are one of the most controversial foods for people with diabetes. For many years eggs were considered a staple breakfast food and a great source of protein to start...Read more
The True Cost of Diabetic Neuropathy
The surprising healthcare costs of diabetic neuropathy . . . . . . and what you can do to help! Diabetes is the health condition that is stressing the budgets of healthcare systems...Read more
6 Ways to Protect Your Heart From Neuropathy
About 50% of people with diabetes will develop neuropathy that affects the nerves that control the heart! High blood sugar from diabetes or other health conditions (e.g. chemotherapy, heavy metals)...Read more