Neuropathic Therapy Center Blog
It’s that time of year again when school is upon us. While your child is getting used to their new classes and making new friends, the last thing you want them to experience is nerve pain.
Although nerve pain is a commonly addressed issue among adults, children can be suffering in silence.
If you could go anyway in the world, where would you go? Would you venture off to the Maldives, roam the streets of Paris or stay up late in the Big Apple? The world is a vast and beautiful place filled with many opportunities to explore and enjoy.
So, what are you waiting for?
I guess the better question is, what’s holding you back? If the answer is nerve pain there is hope. Everyone has the right to enjoy a little R&R once in a while, and that includes nerve pain sufferers. Don’t be afraid to limit yourself on travel arrangements due to chronic nerve pain.
How often do you sit? Think about it for a second.
You sit in a car on the way to work probably in traffic. You sit at your desk for eight hours and maybe get up for 30 minutes at lunch just to sit again. On the way home, you sit in your car now in more traffic, only to sit on the couch to watch TV.
Time flies by when you’re having fun! I can’t believe that a year ago we were opening the doors to the new Neuropathic Therapy Center. Fast forward to the last few months and our office has never been busier.
It’s not every day that you think about the food you put in. It’s easier to not care about certain ingredients or daily serving sizes when the stomach is calling. However, this relaxed way of thinking needs to change if the body has any hope of feeling good.
Good nutrition plays an integral role in how you fight off certain illness, recover faster and ward off unnecessary pain.
No one ever said change was easy, but change is necessary.
When it comes to living a healthy, pain-free life, making simple changes to your everyday norm is the first step. Do you want to experience little to no pain when it comes to living with neuropathy? Of course. Whether it’s your feet, legs, hands or arms, the goal is to manage the nerve pain effectively and most importantly, in the healthiest way possible. To do this, it begins with you.
No matter how hard you try, every stand, walk, skip or jump seems more painful than the next. So, what is it about the feet that causes so much pain?
If you are living with diabetes, you may have experienced nerve damage or neuropathy. Neuropathy is a common side effect of diabetes and can lead to chronic, widespread nerve pain. However, it’s the feet that suffer the most from a tingling or burning sensation and even numbness. The reason for this is due to peripheral neuropathy.
Neuropathy or neuropathic pain is a result of damaged nerves. It can be a single nerve or group of nerves within the body that causes a tingling, burning or shooting pain. It can cause a great deal of discomfort and prevent many from doing everyday tasks like getting out of bed.
Nerve damage affects your nervous system. The nervous system comprises two primary systems, known as the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system. Your central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord, while the peripheral nervous system is the rest of your body.
The holiday season is upon us and you know what that means — family dinners, office parties and outings with friends. All great opportunities to catch up, share a few laughs and indulge in a few temptations. Seems harmless, right?
The truth is there’s nothing wrong with having some fun and treating yourself to a few holiday delights. However, for those of you living with nerve pain, the challenge to avoid any discomfort is still a reality.