By: Trina Health of Las Vegas
To “hit (or touch or strike) a nerve” means to provoke a reaction by referring to a sensitive topic.
There are few topics more sensitive than your health. The reality is, no matter how healthy you consider yourself, no one is truly “invincible.”
Chronic diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and cancer do not develop overnight and can in fact begin many years before they are diagnosed.
A complication that is a very common indicator in numerous chronic conditions, including diabetes, is neuropathy, or damage to the nerves. If you aren’t paying close attention to your health, neuropathy can sneak up on you and cause a lot of unnecessary pain.
Neuropathy can be one of the most debilitating complications of chronic disease. There are symptoms you can watch for and treatment options you can consider to help you stay healthy and continue to live a full life doing the things you love!
*Tingling and numbness
*Pins and needles and hypersensitivity
*Increased pain or the loss of ability to feel pain
*Loss of ability to detect changes in heat and cold
*Loss of co-ordination and proprioception
*Burning, stabbing, lancing, boring or shooting pains – which may be worse at night
*Skin, hair or nail changes
*Foot and leg ulcers, infection and gangrene
One of the most difficult aspects of managing neuropathy is the lack of a simple cure. Neuropathy is not reversible, however, its symptoms are manageable.
If you have neuropathy it is absolutely crucial to discuss the options for treatment with your healthcare professionals to see what is right for you. While medications, physical therapy and lifestyle modifications can help ease the pain, there are treatments available that give those with neuropathic pain a chance to live a normal, healthy life.
In Las Vegas, the Artificial Pancreas Treatment and the success the treatment has in relieving the symptoms of neuropathy has been a solution for many. The clinic, located off East Flamingo Road, is the only one in Nevada offering the treatment.
The Artificial Pancreas Treatment has well-documented benefits for more than just neuropathy. It can often stop or reverse other complications such as the metabolic syndrome, chronic fatigue, pain, slow-healing wounds, hypoglycemic episodes, hypertension and muscle fatigue, just to name a few.
The Artificial Pancreas Treatment is a solution that works for diabetics, pre-diabetics and those experiencing complications of diabetes, such as neuropathy.
If you or a loved one is experiencing neuropathy, chronic fatigue or other complications and would like to schedule a free consultation, which includes a metabolic rate analysis, please call Trina Health of Las Vegas at 702/850-2786 today or visit:TrinaHealth.com for more information.
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