Diabetic Neuropathy Remedies

The term Neuropathy (also called Neurites), is defined by symptoms and location. Although Neuropathy can affect any nerve, the term usually is used for the cranial nerves, the peripheral nerves (in your extremities) and the autonomous nerves.

Symptoms are either Numbness to PainTemperature, and Pressure or Painful Burning or Tingling Sensations.

Neuropathy includes Diabetic Neuropathy, Guillan-Barre Syndrome, Post-Herpetic Neuralgia; and other forms of Neuropathic Pain and Damage.

Diabetic Neuropathy is a common long-term complication that causes persistent painful sensation or loss of sensation, most commonly in the hands, feet and legs.

The products on this page come with different effect on body system offering relief for Diabetic Neuropathic pain.

The most common form of Diabetic Neuropathy is Peripheral Neuropathy.

Your Feet and Legs are often affected first, followed by your Hands and Arms.

Signs and symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy are often worse at night, and may include:

  • Numbness or Reduced Ability to Feel Pain or Temperature changes
  • A Tingling or Burning Sensation
  • Sharp Pains or Cramps
  • Increased Sensitivity to Touch — for some people, even the weight of a bed sheet can be agonizing
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Loss of Reflexes, especially in the Ankle
  • Loss of Balance and Coordination
  • Serious Foot problems, such as Ulcers, Infections, Deformities, and Bone and Joint Pain

Our top products for quick relief are Neuro-Relief and Mari Mend - Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Topical Cream.

For effective solution to Diabetic Neuropathy, you need to use any of these potent creams in conjunction with any of the other products on this page depending on what your symptoms and etiology are.

If you have Diabetic Neuropathic Pain, it is important to go to the root cause of the issue, as this can be due to Diabetes, High Blood Pressure and Pharmaceutical Drugs

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