Diabetes and Nerve Pain

Diabetes and Nerve Pain


Hey guys! Diabetic neuropathy also known
as diabetic nerve pain has been a topic that a lot of folks have been talking
about online, so I wanted to do a video post and a written post this week on the
topic to try to give you guys as much information and resources as possible. I
went to the American Diabetes Association website and they had a great
simple definition for diabetic nerve pain or diabetic neuropathy and
basically prolonged high blood sugars are causing nerve damage and when your
nerves are being damaged the result is pain, stinging, numbness, burning. All those
sort of symptoms in places where you have nerve endings so we’re thinking
about your toes, your feet, your legs, your sexual organs, your eyes can be impacted
in your vision, and so this is obviously a very serious complication related to
diabetes. There are a ton if you Google which I did of, lotions and potions, and
pills and herbal remedies and prescription medications that claim to
help with diabetic nerve pain and damage and alleviate symptoms. The problem is
you’re just masking the symptom. You’re masking the fact that
high blood sugars are causing pain causing damage to your nerves and so to
avoid even further long-term complication and damage to your nerves
really you have to get tp the root of the source which is that you’ve got
excessive high blood sugar and if you can get your blood sugar to a normal
limit and bring that down those symptoms should go away. So please, if you’re
having tingling, numbness, burning, aching in your toes, your feet, your legs, you’re
having concerns about sudden vision changes or sudden changes in your sexual anatomy, please go talk to your doctor right away. Tell them
about your concerns about nerve damage and focus on getting your blood sugar in
check which is gonna mean regularly checking your blood sugar, taking your
medication or your insulin, or are you doing your
carb counting with your foods to make sure that your blood sugar stays in the
normal range as much as possible. Okay, good luck with this guy’s! We’re
thinking about you.

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