The one most important thing you can do as a neuropathy patient or family member is to do your homework, very carefully!
You know what I’m talking about. You have seen these ads as often as I have. ”Take this one miraculous supplement and your neuropathy will disappear.” Sometimes it’s just, “put this into your shoes and watch the miracles begin.”
Unfortunately, as you well know, neuropathy and most forms of chronic pain (like fibromyalgia and arthritis) need a multi-pronged approach in order for patients to improve—or, whenever possible, recover!
You also understand that quality-of-life is the most important objective for any neuropathy or chronic pain patient.
Now, I’d be the last to want to discount the value of good marketing… just as long as the solutions are ethical and viable.
But I will repeatedly tell you that the one most important thing you can do as a neuropathy patient or family member is to do your homework, very carefully!
This is exactly why at our NeuropathyDR Treatment Centers, we advocate a multi-pronged approach to treatment. There is no one magic nutrient, therapy, or technique that by itself is going to restore your health immediately.
This is a fact. What is most important, however, is that you keep yourself on track, making incremental—but definite—progress, on a daily basis!
You know I write about this extensively; things such as maintaining a carbohydrate controlled, dairy and gluten-free diet, getting as much physical activity as your condition allows, and really taking the time to understand the impact that a high-sugar and carbohydrate diet has on your health—and how destructive this can be. Understand that sitting for as little as 90 minutes at a time can slow your metabolism dramatically.
All of these things we have written or spoken about on our radio shows and articles during the last 90 days.
Above all, it is critical to be working with healthcare professionals, who are on your side and encourage you to improve your health—not just calm your neuropathy symptoms with medication.
This is what we do all day long—train NeuropathyDR chronic pain health care professionals to be their very best for you!
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