Repair Nerves & Relieve Pain Naturally
Our bodies deal with sickness and damage in many different ways. Sometimes they can manifest in obvious ways—while at other times, not so much.
This is especially the case with nerve health.
More importantly, the biggest threat to nerve health, nerve damage, can go easily unseen and unnoticed. It can also go misdiagnosed or confused with a whole bunch of other different problems.
It can also emerge as many different types of issues that, at first, may not seem connected at all, such as emotional mood disorders and pain. Though the deeper one looks, the connection is there, because all symptoms stem from the nervous system—which governs the nerves.
Nerve Damage: How does it Happen?
Nerves in the body are mostly unseen. So how can they ever be damaged, especially without one noticing?
The answer is surprising, but also not that surprising.
Because, more often than not, nerve damage is caused by very similar types of harmful occurrences in the body that are hard to detect a lot of the time, or which most people may easily overlook. Nerve damage (also called neuropathy) is also way more common than people might think.
Most likely causes of nerve damage include:
Old age (natural deterioration)
Blood pressure issues and other blood-related issues
Diseases that cause chronic inflammation
Type 2 diabetes
Trauma (such as concussions)
Chemical weapons like Agent Orange
Nutrient deficiencies (especially vitamins)
These are certainly not all the possible causes. There may be many others.
What are some symptoms of nerve damage?
Perhaps more vital than knowing what causes nerve damage is how to recognize it. For this, getting acquainted with signs and symptoms is a must.
These may range from very subtle issues to larger, more obvious problems with health that are much harder to ignore.
Early detection to help reduce further nerve damage is key.
If something is causing nerve damage in the body, it’s very likely going to continue causing more damage as soon as it starts, and thus create more symptoms and other health problems.
Most likely symptoms of nerve damage include:
Difficulty coordinating or moving body/limbs
Less automatic reflexes
Less dexterity (ability to move fingers)
Tingling, numbness, and “burning” sensations
Worsening issues with pain
Inability to feel pain
Muscle twitching and/or weakness
Frequent falling or fainting
Dizziness and/or brain fog
Cramps and spasms
Irregular heart rate or blood pressure
Digestive issues (including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea)
Kidney issues (decreased sweating, urinary problems)
Keep in mind that these may not all be possible signs of nerve damage. Having one or two of these doesn’t mean that nerve damage is the issue, either.