Having neuropathy and chronic pain requires incredible attention to your lifestyle. It’s important to separate the facts from the myths!
One of the things that frustrates patients and doctors alike in our clinic is the idea that once neuropathy or chronic pain has set in, all the patient needs to do is take this pill or that.
This treatment or that, this miracle supplement, or creme, or that…
Nothing—and I mean nothing—could be further from the truth.
Worse yet is thinking that just because chemotherapy has stopped, or diabetes is better controlled, that neuropathy, along with the burning pain, numbness, and sleepless nights will somehow miraculously disappear.
Of course, sometimes this does happen. But that is actually relatively rare.
The reality is, whatever has caused your neuropathy, recovery is often complex and requires multiple steps and components!
The reason for this is that once nerve damage has set in, some might be permanent—or reversible, but very slowly.
This means your body needs a healing push in the right direction.
This “push” includes all the good things you can do for yourself, including specific home-care tools, like neurostim.
This is also where complementing your nutrition support, including very complete and unfragmented oral and topical programs, can go a long way.
These actually target cell energy, efficiency, and recovery potential—not simply masking neuropathy symptoms.
You see, the more you can do to stimulate a healing response in particular, the better your results will be. And the better your chances of having a more complete recovery.
Delay, or simply mask your symptoms and you will not be as fortunate.
This also requires incredible attention to your lifestyle, in detail. Is this difficult? You bet! But think of it this way: What are the alternatives to really having a lasting and best result?
Just as if you had major surgery, even something such as a heart transplant, you need to give your body every chance you can!
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