A short time ago, diabetic Neuropathy affected only a tiny part of the population. Except for those who were affected by this disease, very few knew what it was.
Many thought it related only to nerve damage in the feet and legs, which is only one type of Neuropathy that can affect people with diabetes. Now, type two diabetes is epidemic, exploding at such a rate that it almost seems it must be contagious.
Diabetic Neuropathy is the more extreme symptom of developed diabetes. It is the more obvious symptom, in contrast to the internal damage that occurs inside the body. As levels of diabetes cases increases, so does the occurrences of Diabetic Neuropathy. It is very challenging for a newly diagnosed type two diabetic to realize that their condition results from past diet and exercise habits.
The good of this realization is the take away that changes in these activities can bring changes in this disease; that many people have been successful in “reversing” their own diabetes condition.
This text will provide understanding of the cause and extent of Diabetic Neuropathy as well as the options to manage and overcome the symptoms of this disease.
Further we focus on conquering the underlying condition itself, which will alleviate the patient’s existing symptoms and prevent further decline.