When you first encountered the term “Peripheral Neuropathy,” you probably didn’t know exactly what it meant or how to treat it. It’s sometimes easier to understand medical terms like these if we break the word up into its parts.
What Is Neuropathy?
Neuropathy can be defined simply as “nerve damage” and can have a wide variety of causes. If you are like most people who read my blog, your nerve damage probably came on slowly but, over time, has developed into a severe daily challenge.
What Does “Peripheral” Mean?
“Peripheral” comes from Greek and refers to “the things on the outside.” Within the field of neurology, the brain and spinal cord are considered the “core,” which means all other nerves (feet, legs, hands, arms) are “on the outside.” So, if you have nerve pain in your feet, legs, hands, or arms, you could have peripheral neuropathy.
What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?
Since peripheral neuropathy is not a single disease but instead a description of “nerve damage,” there can be an almost limitless number of causes for peripheral neuropathy. However, the most common reasons are:
With these causes, the neuropathy is not brought on by a single event or injury. Instead, it’s a degenerative condition where the nerves slowly lose their protective coatings and are unable to regenerate. Over time, the nerves become exposed and are unable to “turn off.” When that happens, the most common symptoms are:
- Numbness in the feet;
- Burning sensations;
- A feeling of walking on pins and needles;
- Prickling in your feet;
- Muscle weakness;
- Throbbing feet or hands.
These sensations tend to increase in intensity at night, which may cause sleep deprivation.
How Can Peripheral Neuropathy Be Treated?
For the past 50 years, the standard but ineffective treatment for peripheral neuropathy was pain killers. Over the decades, the potency of those pain killers has improved, and they are sometimes helpful at the beginning stages of peripheral neuropathy. However, as the condition advances, the few nerve pain medications that continue to provide relief have disconcerting side effects such as leaving patients feeling “drugged up” or unable to function normally.
That’s why Dr. Vinik began his research into neuropathy and discovered a new, natural way to treat nerve pain. Instead of dousing the patient’s nervous system with pain killers, Dr. Vinik focused on identifying the specific reason for peripheral neuropathy and treating the root cause. After over 20 years of research and publishing 11 academic papers on the topic, Dr. Vinik and his team discovered that a specific formulation of vitamins and nutrients could reverse peripheral neuropathy in up to 95% of patients.
That formulation contained:
- Alpha Lipoic Acid;
- Gamma-Linolenic Acid;
- Vitamin B-1;
- Vitamin B-12;
- Vitamin D.
Realizing this could help millions of people all over the world, Dr. Vinik put his unique formulation into NutriNerve.
No other supplement has the exact, clinically-proven formula developed by Dr. Vinik and validated through peer-reviewed academic journals. Over the years, there have been a few copycats who have tried to duplicate NutriNerve, but none have achieved the same level of effectiveness as NutriNerve.
If you’re tired of suffering and are ready to get rid of your peripheral neuropathy…
Here’s what you need to do: