Anybody who suffers from neuropathy or really any form of pain understands how difficult sleep can be. So often in neuropathy like so many pain conditions, sleep is never perfect. But there are often things you can do that will improve the quality of your sleep.
But before we talk about this let’s discuss why sleep is so very important.
During sleep, our body normalizes our body “cycles”. This includes everything from temperature, hormone levels, and yes even the circulation through our lungs.
These things are so very important to vital functions including our appetite and metabolism. In fact at least one study has shown by simply improving sleep quality patients lost significant weight. In our clinics, when treating neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and many forms of chronic pain, here is what we find works the best:
Number one, using your NDGen twice daily and again within two hours before bedtime helps many patients. As you improve, you’ll need to do this less often.
If you awaken during the night, simply apply the NDGen again and fall back to sleep!
In the absence of kidney disease, taking some supplemental magnesium daily (not just any form but combinations like in our dose packs) and using topical magnesium like taking Epsom salts baths can really help.
*Just be very cautious not to burn yourself.
Lastly, many of our patients are now finding great improvements with our combination Metabolic Dose Packs. We designed this dietary dose pack to enhance all critical body functions, but most especially those critical to nerve function.
These key ingredients also foster good sleep and less pain.
Remember, there are no miracle neuropathy treatment formulas. But when the NDGen, Metabolic dose packs, and other tools we offer are used together, this system is providing many patients with less pain, far better function, and improved sleep!
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