Peripheral Neuropathy

Our human body gets old, gets injured or even goes into shock sometimes which causes many problems which can be physical as well as mental. One such disorder is Peripheral Neuropathy about which we are going to talk about today in detail. Our brain is composed of fat and nerves and neurotransmitter which stores memories and does all in cognitive as well cognitive functions. Well, without out brain working, we would be as good as dead. Our body takes precaution when our brain think that there is something that might hurt us but a person suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy experiences something which is totally different.

Suffering for Peripheral Neuropathy is really painful and can cause physiological, physical and social empathies. So in this articles toady we will talk about what Peripheral Neuropathy is all about, how it effects the brain and life of a person suffering due to Peripheral Neuropathy. Without further delay let us have a look at the hot topic Peripheral Neuropathy and study about it in detail so if you see someone suffering from similar symptoms then you can help them out.

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral Neuropathy is a disorder that caused the nerves in our brain to confuse itself. What it actually means is that the sufferer will experience things that isn’t happening. For example, the person suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy will experience pain in the body part where there is no injury at all.

This is caused to damaged brain cell as well as due to brain cell and nerve ending being deteriorated due to aging. No matter what the reason might be, suffering from Peripheral Neuropathy is really painful for the one who is affected by it as well as for people around s they are unable to help them physically as well as emotionally.

Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy:

  1. Caused due to Systemic illness.
  2. Due to an injury in head.
  3. Caused due to genetic and hereditary disorder.
  4. Due to infection that destroyed some of the brain cell.
  5. Due to high blood pressure.
  6. Caused due to aging (over 40).
  7. Due to diabetes.
  8. Being Over weight is a major factor.

To make things worse, there are more than 100 types of Peripheral Neuropathy disorder that anyone may face. But with constant medical help, the person can be helped. And depending on the different stages of the disorder, people can be offered with different level of treatments which are available too.

But before you get down with treatment, it is really crucial that you learn how you should know the symptoms of the disorder hands forth so you can avoid this disorder form increasing in stages.

Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy:

As I have already told earlier, Peripheral Neuropathy is caused due to a nerve disorder, which means the major nerves like Sensory Nerve (which are connected to skin), Motor Nerve (which are connected to muscle) & Autonomic Nerve (which are connected to the internal organs) can cause the issue.

Few of the symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy are like:

  • Tingling feeling in hands and feet.
  • Pinching or stabbing pain
  • Hand and feet may feel numb now and then.
  • Hands and legs tend to lock up or may feel heavy for no reason.
  • Due to no reason, you lose grip on things in hand.
  • Skin turns thin.
  • Sudden dropping in blood pressure.
  • ED in men
  • Sweating due to no reason.
  • Diarrhea
  • Digestion and constipation problems.

These are the most common symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy. If you or anyone else is suffering from similar symptoms, I suggest you seek medical attention immediately. Just like any other disease, it is recommended to start medical treatment ASAP to stop the Peripheral Neuropathy disorder from increasing or ever happening again.

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