Posts Tagged ‘neuropathic pain’

Acupuncture and diet changes to treat neuropathic pain

Peripheral Neuropathy is a common neurologic condition, which affects the peripheral nerves. The most common symptoms associated with peripheral neuropathy are burning, tingling pain, which often feels like sharp electric sensation. Walking, especially on hard or cold surfaces can be very painful, often described as walking on ground glass or stepping on pebbles. When large nerve fibers are involved, patients are more likely to experience sensory loss and weakness in the feet and sometimes hands. … Read More

Neuropathic pain — the dysfunctional alarm

In a broad sense, pain is much more than a sensation. Pain can be a lifesaver. Pain can be pleasure. Pain can be the gate to heaven. Pain can be just an emotional suffering. When we talk about the physiologic meaning of pain, we can think of the pain system as the alarm system of the body. It is essential for the survival of the organism and complete loss of pain sensation is not compatible … Read More

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