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Diabetic neuropathy

👉Do you have Diabetes? Did you know that elevated levels of blood glucose can damage your nerves?


Diabetic neuropathy is a condition that affects as many as 50% of individuals with diabetes. Common types of diabetic neuropathy include peripheral neuropathy, autonomic neuropathy, proximal neuropathy, and focal neuropathy.


If you are a diabetic, it is important you know the common symptoms of diabetic neuropathy and discuss any symptoms you have experienced with a medical professional.


Symptoms of diabetic neuropathy:

✔️weakness (especially in your hands)

✔️numbness, tingling

✔️double visions

✔️loss of muscle tone

✔️extreme pain (common in the hips and thighs)

✔️bladder problems

✔️nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite


⚠️See your doctor right away if you experience any of these symptoms.


There are some risk factors that are associated with the development and progression of distal symmetrical polyneuropathy, like advanced age, male gender, people who origin from non-Hispanic black racial groups. Also, longer duration of diabetes Mellitus, high glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) levels (above 7%), insulin therapy and history of systemic hypertension, and albuminuria.


❗️Managing your diabetes is an important part of preventing health problems such as diabetic neuropathy. If you would like to learn how proper blood sugar management may even improve some of your current symptoms of diabetes, please contact us. Together we can lessen your probability of developing diabetic neuropathy.👩‍⚕️


If you currently suffer from diabetic neuropathy, we can help you with pain management.


đź“ĄContact us at geral@hpbrain.org




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