Neuropathy and Nerve damage

In this video, we will talk about neuropathy and give you some basic information about how we think about this problem and how we might be able to help you if the case was to qualify. When you’re talking about nerve damage and it usually symptoms you get in your feet and your hands. However, the other thing that people don’t understand is that a lot of nerve damage doesn’t just show up in your feet and your hands. Nerve damage can also show up in the center of you, and it can be part of what’s called autonomic neuropathy. Autonomic neuropathy can significantly impact your health, including heart attack, digestive problems, hormonal imbalances, blood pressure issues, kidney irregularities, fluid irregularities, immune system dysfunction, hormonal imbalances, female and male hormones dysfunction, and erectile dysfunction. Peripheral neuropathy is a severe problem because the loop from the body to the brain and then the brain back to the body goes through these wires that we call the peripheral nerves. There are various reasons why we may see peripheral neuropathy.

In addition to these conditions, there can also be the following: a lack of activation from the body to the brain, injuries, stressors, dysglycemia (which means blood sugars bouncing around), anemia, hormonal imbalances, issues with phase one and phase two liver detoxification, essential fatty acid imbalances, low glutathione and SOD and other nutrient deficiencies, gastrointestinal dysfunction with or without symptoms that are part of a neuropathy, methylation dysfunction, side effects of medications, improper digestion, and bioelectric dysfunction. Whether you’re having the apparent typical nerve numbness, burning, and tingling in your legs, knees, and hands, it’s all connected to peripheral nerve damage. Over time, they create damage to these peripheral nerves. Here at the clinic, we can assess the condition to get an idea of the basic level of function and set up specific protocols for you. We will make a plan of action specific to work on whatever it is we find and what is causing your particular root function, which causes creating your neuropathy. I hope you found this interesting and if you have any questions, please call the office.

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