Foods Which Trigger Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms
Peripheral neuropathy is a medical condition where nerve damage or dysfunction occurs, triggering common symptoms such as tingling or burning sensations or numbness in the hands and feet. The source of the neuropathy can often be difficult to diagnose but some of the factors which can contribute to the development of the condition include: vitamin deficiencies, traumatic injuries, diabetes, chemotherapy, alcoholism, infections, kidney disease, tumors and exposure to poisons.
Although these are some of the most frequently reported factors responsible for the development of the condition, many of the common foods people eat on a daily basis and in large quantities can actually worsen peripheral neuropathy. The following are various of the foods which can aggravate nerve damage and dysfunction as well as increase the painful symptoms of neuropathy.
Nutrients are in charge of giving the body instructions about how to effectively function by providing it with the materials necessary to carry out functions which help maintain overall health and wellness. Its important to remember that the food people eat can act as a medicine to maintain, prevent, and treat diseases, such as peripheral neuropathy. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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