Peripheral neuropathy is a painful disorder than affects the hands and feet.
Peripheral neuropathy means these nerves don’t work properly. Peripheral neuropathy may be damage to a single nerve. It may be damage to a nerve group. It may also affect nerves in the whole body Causes, incidence, and risk factors.
2. Traumatic injuries
4. Metabolic problems
5. Exposure to toxins
Symptoms And Prevention
1. Pain And Numbness
2. Muscle Problem
3. Problems With Body Organs
4. Sexual Problem
5. Angina is the warning chest pain for heart disease and heart attack. Nerve damage may “hide” this warning sign. You should learn other warning signs of a heart attack. They are sudden fatigue, sweating, shortness of breath, nausea, and vomiting.
6. Bladder problem: There are ways to help bladder problems. You can learn exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. You may need to use a thin tube that is inserted into your bladder (urinary catheter). You may take medicines.
7. In addition to treating peripheral neuropathy, faculty members also provide care to patients with other disorders of the peripheral nervous system, muscular system and autonomic nervous system.
8. Wear shoes at all times to protect your feet from injury. Before you put them on, always check inside your shoes for stones, nails, or rough areas that may hurt your feet.
9. Wearing elastic stockings may help treat low blood pressure and fainting. So can sleeping with your head elevated. Some medicines may also help.
10. Your health care provider may give you medicines to help with problems going to the bathroom. Eating small frequent meals may help.