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Diabetes and Neuropathy

Neuropathy is a disease of the nerves. Due to various reasons the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord of our body get damaged which is the main reason for neuropathy. If you suffer from this disease you will experience severe pain or sometimes numbness in your feet or hands. Medical experts all around the world have identified a positive correlation between diabetes and neuropathy.

What is Diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease which generally occurs when our body is no longer able to convert glucose or sugar into energy. There are two types of diabetes – type 1 and type 2. In the case of type 1 diabetes the pancreas fails to produce the required amount of insulin that is a necessary hormone to transfer the beneficial glucose to the cells of our body. Generally type 1 diabetes is common among children and young adults. Again in the case of type 2 diabetes the insulin may become defective and fails to produce energy by moving glucose to the cells.

According to WHO more than 6.4% of the total adult population around the world suffers from diabetes. People all over the world need to be aware of the dangers of diabetes because it is the principal reason for premature illness and also the death of many people. Diabetes and neuropathic conditions are closely linked.

Relationship between Diabetes and Neuropathy

Diabetes is such a serious disease that it can also affect the nerves. When the blood sugar remains too high for an extended period of time it can damage the nerves and may cause neuropathy. Due to this problem you may feel tingling, numbness or sometimes severe ache in the feet or hands.

The good news is that if you can keep your blood sugar level under control it can ensure your safety from diabetic neuropathy.  Medical experts will always advise you to give extra care to your feet and hands. Medications are also available that can work very well for the treatment of diabetic neuropathy. If you really want to keep this disease away from your life you have to bring discipline to your life and try your level best to keep diabetes under control. Diet, Drug, and Discipline – all these three can help you to become safe from both diabetes and neuropathy.

Published on June 20, 12
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