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Peripheral neuropathy is a condition where nerves are damaged because of the lack of blood, nutrients, and oxygen getting to the nerve cells. Most people associate the triggering cause with Diabetes, Chemotherapy, Cholesterol (Statin) Medications, Auto-Immune Conditions and Back/Neck issues. There are actually over 100 causes (triggers) of Peripheral Neuropathy. They all have one thing in common which is a decrease in blood flow on the nerve cell level. This lack of circulation causes the tiny blood vessels supplying the nerve to further shrink and shrivel up to increase the progression of symptoms.

Peripheral Neuropathy commonly causes weakness, burning pain, numbness, tingling, and debilitating balance problems to name a few symptoms. The damage to the nerves can be triggered by many different problems in the body. The initial triggering cause is different for every patient and doesn't necessarily need to be discovered to help the nerves heal! Idiopathic Neuropathy is neuropathy with no known cause. The Root Cause of Peripheral Neuropathy is the lack of blood flow and continued blood vessel loss.

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